To paraphrase the author E.A. Bucchianeri:
“You can kill a superhero crossover movie quicker by your silence than by a bad review.”
Dawn Of Justice got a lot of good word of mouth going for it, with nerds praising it to high heaven after some early screenings, while stay-at-home critics in Rotten Tomatoes gave it a series of scathing reviews and a solid 33% score, very eloquently calling the film:
“a grim whirlwind of effects-driven action”
But we guess that the internet talks while box office walks, especially considering the massive success of the film this opening weekend…
Where to even begin with Rick And Morty? What began as an inside joke between animators grew into a pitch-black parody of Doctor Who, filled to the gills with trans-dimensional adventures, ridonculous super-science and naked nihilism. It was only natural that nerds everywhere loved it and we were willing to settle for the promise of a new season sometime around 2017, until Dan Harmon went ahead and ruined everything by ramming his face into the hype-train’s controls and make it launch out of its tracks and into orbit at full speed with his latests statement…
Mexican cuisine fetishist. Anti-Hero for hire. Insane person. Deadpool is hitting the silver screen on his February 12th debut and if the trailers upon trailers and the R Rating it’s gotten from the MPAA are anything to go by, it’s going to be one doozy of a movie, especially for the grown-up, discerning nerds among us. It promises to be full of “strong violence and language throughout, sexual content and graphic nudity”, as well as cameos by X-Men members Colossus and Negasonic Teenage Warhead.
Of course the good news keep piling up, as according to a recent tweet by Ryan Reynolds, the man portraying Deadpool…