Wednesday, July 29, 2015


The picture and title alone should make it very clear what today's scene is right? I mean, most people have seen this film by this point, and even if you haven't you know what scene people went nuts about. I personally find myself liking Up, but it's really a mid-tier Pixar film for me, yeah the scene I'm talking about is one of the studio's finest work, but everything else feels pretty standard, good stuff to be sure, but aside from THE scene everyone goes nuts over, this is average Pixar, which is still great compared to most honestly. I want to say one thing before I present the scene, it's very emotional, if this is your first time witnessing it you will most likely cry, I know you might tell me that you're tough, but trust me you aren't prepared, even if you're strong enough to fight the tears you will lose in the end. In any case, here's my (likely yours as well) favorite scene from Disney/Pixar's Up, Married Life.

Thursday, July 23, 2015


Today's scene comes from a movie I'm fairly mixed towards, on the one hand the visuals and character of Rorschach are amazing, but on the other the story is kind of a mess on screen and most of the actors are decent but not anything special in their roles. I'm talking of course about Watchmen, the film adaptation of the great comic of the same name released in 2009. I don't hate this movie, but so much of it just doesn't live up to the comic, still as far as Alan Moore adaptations go I guess this might be the best of the bunch, which must suck for the man. I love a good visual with a good soundtrack, the two can perfectly create something of beauty, which you'll find in today's scene, the scene being that of the opening credits for this film, enjoy.

Wednesday, July 22, 2015


The legacy we leave behind is among the most important things we can do with our lives, good or bad, future generations will remember us by our actions and memories. Legacy for a piece of entertainment however, is in the hands of the audience, what a movie, show, novel, etcetera is remembered for depends on people to voice their opinions and thoughts, telling us the greatness or horridness of the work; whether it's a landmark film, an average film, or a joke for people to insult or laugh at, we as an audience give a film its legacy for future generations. Our legacy has become a bit harder to control, largely due to the internet, any mistake we make can be taken to an extreme. "Trolls" or as they should be called, ass-holes,  can pick apart anyone, even someone who really didn't do anything wrong; imagine how much easier it is to ruin a piece of entertainment in that regard, something that should be remembered as something major, can become the punchline of a stupid meme, much like Shrek.

Tuesday, July 21, 2015


Here we are yet again talking about The Good Dinosaur, the second Pixar film of 2015, out this Thanksgiving. 


Synopsis- Jon Schnepp interviews multiple filmmakers involved with the infamously canceled Superman Lives, taking you into the world of what might have been the most insane comic adaptation.

Monday, July 20, 2015


Synopsis-Ant-Man, or Scott Lang as most would know him as, is recruited to a heist that will save the world from a weaponized creation.

Tuesday, July 14, 2015


Synopsis-Minions, the evil yellow helpers to some of history's most despicable men find themselves without a master for decades, aimless and adrift, Kevin, along with Stuart and Bob decides to find a new master in the form of history's baddest woman, Scarlett Overkill.

Monday, July 13, 2015


I really want to like DC movies, honest I do, but why do they keep disappointing me.

Monday, July 6, 2015


Do you know what the first theatrical Marvel film is? I don't really count the Captain America serials if that's your answer, sure they were theatrical but they're not really movies, at least not in the usual sense of the word. Marvel has had numerous films over the years, many of which introduce fairly obscure characters to mainstream audiences, their first is quite possibly the most obscure/unconventional hero they could've chosen for a film debut. There's no way around this simple fact, in the beginning there was...