Review, 2010s, 3/4, Science Fiction, Joseph Kosinski


I know that this started as a graphic novel by the director Joseph Kosinski, but it has the feel of a movie adapted from a short story. Instead of cramming in too many characters, we get a solid amount of time dedicated to a smaller number of them. Instead of world building bursting at the… Continue reading Oblivion

Top Ten, X-Men

The X-Men Franchise: The Definitive Ranking

What a fascinating little franchise. Cohesive, then fractured, then cohesive again, and finally whimpering out into nothing, the X-Men movies are a grab bag of entertaining movies. There's legitimately good stuff in here, but there's also misguided and downright boring stuff as well. Like most franchises, it got handed from one creative team to another,… Continue reading The X-Men Franchise: The Definitive Ranking