Ranking The Mission: Impossible Movies

Since its revival in 1996, Tom Cruise has starred in five Mission: Impossible movies. The fifth one, Rogue Nation, hits theaters today. These movies are a testament to the time in which they were created. The somewhat over-the-top gadgets have gotten more advanced and less clunky over the years, the plots have adapted to the...

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Ranking The Mission: Impossible Movies

Mission: Impossible – Treating Women like People

I didn’t intend to write anything about Mission Impossible, even with the latest installment of the series debuting in a few days.  But Netflix conspired against me and put the first two movies in the series up on the Recommended for You list.  Inevitably I ended up watching both of them, and there are some...

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Mission: Impossible – Treating Women like People

Wolverine 3 – #onelasttime

Hugh Jackman, otherwise known as Wolverine, has made it pretty clear that the next Wolverine movie will be the last time he steps into that role. Now he has taken to Twitter to ask the fans what they are hoping to see in his final take on Logan: I replied on Twitter to his post,...

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Wolverine 3 – #onelasttime

Ranking All 12 Star Trek Movies

The Star Trek franchise turns 50 next year and we are hoping for a thirteenth Star Trek movie along with the announcement of its return to television. While Simon Pegg pens the script and production begins, I attempt to rank the existing 12 Star Trek movies from the original 1979 space opera Star Trek: The Motion...

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Ranking All 12 Star Trek Movies

So Many Theme Parks!

Last week, Universal Studios announced its new deal with Nintendo to bring new theme parks to life dedicated to Mario, Link, Donkey Kong, and the rest of our favorite characters!  While Universal has created haunted houses based on franchises like Silent Hill and Resident Evil, the world of video games has been largely untapped by way...

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So Many Theme Parks!

The Glamourist Histories – Review

There is a concept in writing that I was recently introduced to, known as a ‘strange attractor’.  This is when you take two previously unconnected ideas and build a story around them.  Quite a few novels have been published over the last few years.  The two easiest examples of this phenomenon are: Pride & Prejudice...

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The Glamourist Histories – Review