Top 10 Films of 2017 (That You Need to See)

By Jordan Peterson|@movieminreviews 2017 was indisputably a fantastic year for film fans. The range of diversity and high level of excellence achieved in damn near every categorization of the medium across all twelve months was staggering. The downside to such a high quantity of fantastic films (if such a thing exists) is that it's difficult to … Continue reading Top 10 Films of 2017 (That You Need to See)

2017: 11 must-see films from the first six months

We are more than halfway through 2017 already. If your New Year's resolution was to see more movies this year but you just haven't gotten around to seeing as many as you'd hoped, don't worry. To make things easier on you, we've compiled a list of the movies you really need to see (so far this year)! … Continue reading 2017: 11 must-see films from the first six months

Logan (2017)– Steelbook Unboxing

Logan is one of the best films of the year so far (you can check out our own video review here)! Directed by James Mangold, Logan features Hugh Jackman's last ever performance as the iconic Marvel mutant Wolverine. This week the film hits blu-ray and DVD this week and we got to sink our claws into the … Continue reading Logan (2017)– Steelbook Unboxing

The Movies of 2017 (So Far): The Good, the Garbage, & the Great

If the first quarter (Jan.- Mar.) is anything to go by, 2017 could be a great year for movies and, in turn, moviegoers. Not only have we been getting exciting blockbusters earlier (thanks to expanding Hollywood real estate), but a bunch of them have fared well critically. Of course, we've had to endure some stinkers too. Here's our analysis of the year in … Continue reading The Movies of 2017 (So Far): The Good, the Garbage, & the Great

Weekly Box Office Work-Up: Mar. 24-26

Disney's Beauty and the Beast continued to feast a top the box office this weekend. The film took in $88.3 million for the fourth largest second weekend ever. It's also the fourth consecutive film from the studio to gross over $600 internationally. Sean Bailey, Disney Studio's President of Production, recently spoke on the beastly success of … Continue reading Weekly Box Office Work-Up: Mar. 24-26

Weekly Box Office Work-Up: Mar. 17-19

After a record-setting weekend, Disney's live-action adaptation of the Tale as Old as Time has proven that age truly is just a number. Beauty and the Beast (2017) now boasts the biggest March opening (domestically speaking), with a $174.8 million take. It beat out Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice for the honor, which set … Continue reading Weekly Box Office Work-Up: Mar. 17-19