Sean’s Top 10 Films of 2017 Featuring Logan & Three Billboards

Sean’s Top 10 Films of 2017 Featuring Logan & Three Billboards

If you’re reading this, then you’ve probably read enough opening paragraphs for “Best Movies of 2017” lists explaining how great a year it was for cinema, and yes, all those articles/lists/whatever are correct. In a year filled with tribulation around the globe, going to the cinema not only felt like the perfect escape, but 2017 was also just a great year in general for movies. From blockbusters to indie standouts, we laughed, we cried, we cheered, and we were wowed from January to December. Creating this list was difficult because, honestly, there was something I saw each month that would have made my top 10 list for any other year; that itself speaks to just how good a year it was for going to the cinema. But another year has come and gone, and it’s time to look back and remember the best of the best that Hollywood gave us in 2017.

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Keven’s Top 10 Movies of 2017 Featuring Shot Caller, Mayhem & Baby Driver

Keven’s Top 10 Movies of 2017 Featuring Shot Caller, Mayhem & Baby Driver

This is not your sappy, Oscar bait, end of the year cinematic top 10. These are my favourite films of 2017 and they range from campy horror, sci-fi, action, prison violence and more. Featuring Shot Caller, Mayhem, Baby Driver – check them all out right here:  Read more

Grant’s Top 10 Films of 2017 (so far)

Grant’s Top 10 Films of 2017 (so far)

With 2017 already half way over, I thought it would be a good time to have a working list of my top ten films of 2017 (so far).  With August just starting, I have seen most of the films on my watch list. There have been some stellar films that have already cemented themselves in my top favorite films of all time.  There have also been some major duds.  I wasn’t a huge fan of some of the years most critically acclaimed films, and some movies that were panned negatively I absolutely adored.  So without further ado, here is my list: Read more

Logan: The Most Violent Bring-Your-Daughter-To-Work-Day Ever [Review]

Logan: The Most Violent Bring-Your-Daughter-To-Work-Day Ever [Review]

Wow, Logan is not your typical superhero movie.  This latest X-Men movie is about endings.  It’s no secret that this is Hugh Jackman’s last performance of Wolverine and it’s also, apparently, Patrick Stewart’s last performance of Professor X.  It’s a sad thought, and that sadness is what Logan has taken and run with.  Logan is dying, Professor X is insane and dying and mutants are going extinct.  Let there be no mistake, this is not your typical Darker, Grittier reboot, this movie is a message and that message is, unequivocally:  “We’re Done Here”. Read more

Logan is Marvel’s Version of Nolan’s The Dark Knight [Review]

Logan is Marvel’s Version of Nolan’s The Dark Knight [Review]

Finally. For years any fan of Wolverine has been dying the see an R rated film that really demonstrates his rage. Logan is the movie that fans have been waiting for, and it does not disappoint. The story, the acting, the cinematography, and the score are all just phenomenal. The X-Men franchise has had its ups and downs, but Logan truly delivers. Personally, I didn’t want it to end. Read more

Logan: Wolverine’s Farewell is an Emotional and Action-Packed Journey [Review]

Logan: Wolverine’s Farewell is an Emotional and Action-Packed Journey [Review]

Hugh Jackman’s Wolverine is one of the first things that comes to mind when someone thinks of comic book movies.  He has been the face of the X-men franchise for 17 years.  This is the role that propelled Jackman into the superstar he is today.  When Jackman announced he was ready to retire the claws, he set a big task for himself; to send the beloved character out with a film worthy of being the last hoorah. Read more

Logan Post-Credits Scene Confirmed Adding Three More Minutes That Critics Didn’t See

Logan Post-Credits Scene Confirmed Adding Three More Minutes That Critics Didn’t See

From FOX and director James Mangold (The Wolverine) comes the third and final solo film of the franchise – Logan. The highly anticipated X-Men spin-off feature will be the final time star Hugh Jackman will portray Wolverine and also stars Patrick Stewart, Dafne Keen, Boyd Holbrook, Eriq La Salle, Elise Neal and Elizabeth Rodriguez. It hits theaters March 3, 2017. Read more

X-23 Goes Berserk in Final Logan Trailer & Everyone Drops F-Bombs Including Patrick Stewart

X-23 Goes Berserk in Final Logan Trailer & Everyone Drops F-Bombs Including Patrick Stewart

From FOX and director James Mangold (The Wolverine) comes the third and final solo film of the franchise – Logan. The highly anticipated X-Men spin-off feature will be the final time star Hugh Jackman will portray Wolverine and also stars Patrick Stewart, Eriq La Salle, Elise Neal and Elizabeth Rodriguez. It hits theaters March 3, 2017. Read more

Sean’s Most Anticipated Movies of 2017: Logan, Beauty and the Beast & Star Wars

Sean’s Most Anticipated Movies of 2017: Logan, Beauty and the Beast & Star Wars

Let’s be honest – 2016 was the most underwhelming year at the movies in recent memory. While there was a fair of number great and entertaining movies, the wait between seeing memorable ones felt longer than usual. And while, as the trades have reported, it was another record-breaking year at the box office, inflation diminished the return of some of the biggest movies of 2016.

Thankfully, 2016 is out of the way and 2017 has arrived and studios are doubling down on tentpole movies. It’s exciting to consider what 2017 has to offer, as many movies scheduled for release throughout the year look very promising. As such, it was difficult to pick five movies I’m most looking forward to in 2017.

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The Logan Trailer is Here & it is Stunning with Johnny Cash on The Soundtrack

The Logan Trailer is Here & it is Stunning with Johnny Cash on The Soundtrack

From FOX and director James Mangold (The Wolverine) comes the third and final solo film of the franchise – Logan. The highly anticipated X-Men spin-off feature will be the final time star Hugh Jackman will portray Wolverine and also stars Patrick Stewart, Eriq La Salle, Elise Neal and Elizabeth Rodriguez. It hits theaters March 3, 2017. Read more

Logan Revealed as Final Hugh Jackman Wolverine Film in New Poster and Script Page Tease

Logan Revealed as Final Hugh Jackman Wolverine Film in New Poster and Script Page Tease

From FOX and director James Mangold (The Wolverine) comes the third and final solo film of the franchise – Logan. The highly anticipated X-Men spin-off feature will be the final time star Hugh Jackman will portray Wolverine and also stars Patrick Stewart, Eriq La Salle, Elise Neal and Elizabeth Rodriguez. It hits theaters March 3, 2017. Read more