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MIDNIGHT SUN Advance Screening SALT LAKE CITY

MIDNIGHT SUN Advance Screening SALT LAKE CITY

SALT LAKE CITY –  MIDNIGHT SUN Advance Screening   WHEN: Wednesday March 21th  @7 P.M. WHERE: SALT LAKE CITY  – Megaplex Gateway Dreams come true at night.…

12 STRONG Advance Screening SALT LAKE CITY

12 STRONG Advance Screening SALT LAKE CITY

SALT LAKE CITY –  12 STRONG Advance Screening   WHEN: Tuesday Jan 16th  @7 P.M. WHERE: SALT LAKE CITY  – Megaplex Gateway You and a guest are…

PADDINGTON 2 Advance Screening SALT LAKE CITY

PADDINGTON 2 Advance Screening SALT LAKE CITY

SALT LAKE CITY – PADDINGTON 2  Advance Screening   WHEN: Saturday Jan 6th  @10 A.M. WHERE: SALT LAKE CITY  – Megaplex Gateway You and your family…

JUSTICE LEAGUE Advance Screening SALT LAKE CITY

JUSTICE LEAGUE Advance Screening SALT LAKE CITY

SALT LAKE CITY – JUSTICE LEAGUE Advance IMAX Screening WHEN: Tuesday Nov 14th WHERE: SALT LAKE CITY (Sandy) – Megaplex Jordan Commons IMAX Heroes Unite. Enter to win…

NYCC Interviews: ‘Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders’

NYCC Interviews: ‘Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders’

For this New York Comic Con I decided that I wanted to try my hand…

Geek Dad Report, Episode 68 – The Tick, Split Kicks, and Jean-Claude Van Johnson

Geek Dad Report, Episode 68 – The Tick, Split Kicks, and Jean-Claude Van Johnson

It’s time to feel the nut-punching 68th power episode of the one show that can…

Geek Dad Report, Episode 67 – R2D2, Lando Calrissian, and Ryan’s Bad Microphone

Geek Dad Report, Episode 67 – R2D2, Lando Calrissian, and Ryan’s Bad Microphone

Welcome to the Skynet-hacked 67th episode of the Geek Dad Report!!!…

Geek Dad Report, Episode 66 – Rogue One Trailer Live Reaction, and Why Luke Cage is Gonna Rule

Geek Dad Report, Episode 66 – Rogue One Trailer Live Reaction, and Why Luke Cage is Gonna Rule

Welcome to the gold medal winning episode 66 of the totally greased up and glistening…

Geek Dad Report, Episode 65 – Suicide Squad vs Critics, and the Supergirl Season One Giveaway

Geek Dad Report, Episode 65 – Suicide Squad vs Critics, and the Supergirl Season One Giveaway

The 65th episode of the one show that fully supports the new DC movie, Suicide…

Costumes On The San Diego Comic-Con 2016 Floor

Costumes On The San Diego Comic-Con 2016 Floor

I was fortunate enough to attend San Diego Comic-Con 2016. I have a lot of…

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The Shape of Water Proves to be a Contender for Best Picture

The Shape of Water Proves to be a Contender for Best Picture

The Shape of Water is a chilling symphony in blues and greens and blue-greens and green-blues and aquamarines and teals, maybe just teal. Teal with rust accents that contrast and…

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is an Epic Adventure in Uncharted Territory [Review]

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is an Epic Adventure in Uncharted Territory [Review]

Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi Directed by: Rian Johnson Written by: Rian Johnson Based on Characters by George Lucas Starring: Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Adam Driver, Daisy…

Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi—A Spoiler Free Review

Star Wars Episode VIII: The Last Jedi—A Spoiler Free Review

For 42 years Star Wars has been one of the most popular movie franchises. Even after the widely panned episodes 1–3 threatened to keep another one from being made, fans…

JUSTICE LEAGUE is a step in the right direction, but not enough yet. [REVIEW]

JUSTICE LEAGUE is a step in the right direction, but not enough yet. [REVIEW]

  Let’s do this the way Superman would prefer: start with the positive, that glimmer of hope. Justice League finally understands Superman. After the scowling, grudging hero of Man of…

For a film about death, COCO is vibrant and full of life. [REVIEW]

For a film about death, COCO is vibrant and full of life. [REVIEW]

Coco Directed by Lee Unkrich and Adrian Molina Screenplay by Matthew Aldrich & Adrian Molina Starring the voices of Anthony Gonzalez, Benjamin Bratt, Gael Garcia Bernal Production companies Disney/Pixar Distributed…

Justice League is Super Mediocre and Unmemorable [Review]

Justice League is Super Mediocre and Unmemorable [Review]

Justice League Directed by Zack Snyder Screenplay by Chris Terrio, Joss Whedon Based on Justice League by Gardner Fox and characters by Bob Kane, Bill Finger, William Moulton Marston, Joe Shuster,…

Murder on the Orient Express is a Near Flawless Film

Murder on the Orient Express is a Near Flawless Film

Murder on the Orient Express Directed by Kenneth Branagh Screenplay by Michael Green Based on Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie Starring: Kenneth Branagh, Penélope Cruz, Willem Dafoe,…

Thor: Ragnarok is Magnificently Entertaining [Review]

Thor: Ragnarok is Magnificently Entertaining [Review]

Thor: Ragnarok Directed by Taika Waititi Screenplay by Eric Pearson Story by Craig Kyle, Christopher Yost, Eric Pearson Based on Thor by Stan Lee, Larry Lieber, Jack Kirby Starring: Chris…

Why Not Give Happy Death Day a Chance?

Why Not Give Happy Death Day a Chance?

Happy Death Day Directed by: Christopher B. Landon Written by: Scott Lobdell Starring: Jessica Rothe and Israel Broussard Running time: 96 minutes Stinger: No Some films are true pieces of art, beautiful through out.…

The Foreigner Brings Solid yet Tepid Action [Review]

The Foreigner Brings Solid yet Tepid Action [Review]

The Foreigner Directed by: Martin Campbell Screenplay by: David Marconi Based on The Chinaman by Stephen Leather Starring: Jackie Chan, Pierce Brosnan Running time 113 minutes Production company: The Fyzz…