Elysium simply astounded me.
Yes, we have a new Doctor, again. What I have read from many new fans this is so horrible; the show itself may be in jeopardy of losing nearly half its audience. That or they are just so new they forget that this has happened more than once, and it is good.
Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters was, in the words of a 7-year-old girl, awesome. In the words of a 30-something father, it was thoroughly enjoyable.
I hope I am not the only one that was simultaneously ecstatic and abhorred that they were remaking The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty. The first trailer has been released, and my dread has subsided into patient excitement. You should take a look, and tell us what you think.
This issue pits The Doctor (#7) and his companion, Ace, against his longtime archenemy The Master.
If X-men Origins: Wolverine, or X-Men Last Stand left less than a good taste in your mouth The Wolverine should help.
On a scale of one to ten, how do you measure up?
Turbo, the DreamWorks film about a snail that is fast enough to race in the Indy 500, is adorable, and highly enjoyable, if you are old enough to get the jokes.
If William Shakespeare wrote plays about giant monster-punching robots, it would look just like Pacific Rim, more or less. This is the film of the summer, and we should now feel bad for every other movie in the theatres for the next 60 days.
Want to get into Game of Thrones without giving into HBO or diving into the novel? Dynamite has the solution.
Doctor Who: Prisoners of Time starts when a mysterious time traveler identifies the Doctor as a threat, or a personal enemy and is intent on isolating the doctor. The motives at this point are still unclear, however enough as been revealed to be tantalizing, and just about any fan will have their own theories by […]
If I could describe this film with one word I would be an awesome linguist, but I cannot, and I am not. I can say, honestly, I feel very conflicted about this film. On one hand I really enjoyed it, on the other I felt patronized and like I was the wrong audience.
Being a geek is a challenge, at least it was. Growing up through the 80s and 90s as a geek wasn’t the picnic you would imagine. It’s OK now, things are great for us geeks, and I envy my children.
I’m going to take a slight detour from the regular fare here on WPR to talk about sports, Quidditch, to be specific. It’s been around for awhile now, and it’s picked up some steam, but somehow it is still shrouded in mystery and seems stuck in the same corners as Live Action Role Players. To […]
Three WPR staffers went to the advance screening of Man of Steel. It only makes sense they review it together, so here are their thoughts in one big read up. Hands were touched in popcorn buckets, beers shared afterwards, and a high speed police chase involved no causalities #yolo.