Pixar Blogathon: Ratatouille (2007)

It’s like a stew, right? Anton Ego made a very important statement in this movie – negative reviews are more fun to read and far more fun to write. This Pixar Blogathon has been a challenge because negativity and Pixar rarely go hand-in-hand. With that being said, there is something immensely satisfying in the ability…

Pixar Blogathon: Monsters, Inc. (2001)

Sully: Actually, that’s my, uh, cousin’s sister’s daughter, sir. Mike: Yeah, it’s uh… Bring an Obscure Relative To Work Day. Monsters, Inc. is the fourth movie in the Pixar film series, and like the first three, had great success at the box office. The funny, sincere friendship between Sully and Mike Wazowski was immediately brought to life…

FB/BS’s Favorite Marvel Films

Flashback/Backlide’s Marvel Blogathon wrapped up this week with a MovieRob review of Guardians of the Galaxy. Thank you to everyone who supported our first Blogathon by following along, voting in our Marvel Movie Tournament and, of course, for writing so many reviews! We especially want to thank John Link Movies, Movie Rob, Drew’s Movie Reviews,…

The Wolverine (2013): Step Six in the Hugh Jackman Evolution

Hello everyone! I, Lauren – your fearless Wolverine enthusiast, am back with my thoughts and concerned rantings relating to yet another X-Men movie. (I’m sorry but I could not justify using the word “film” in that last sentence). In spite of the bad reputation this movie generated, I (unsurprisingly) was quite excited to see it for reasons mainly relating…

The Avengers (2012)

Congratulations everyone. We made it. We’ve plowed through 25 films and have finally reached the big one, the ultimate superhero team-up and the end of Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Phase One. Let’s run the numbers on the State of the Universe before Joss Whedon entered the scene: Five films featuring four superheroes: Iron Man (2008), The Incredible Hulk (2008), Iron Man 2 (2010), Thor (2011),…