The League takes an in-depth look at the geek movies of summer 2017, and predicts the hits, bombs, and surprises.
The League shares their thoughts on why the summer movies are performing so poorly, and review GAME OF THRONES season 6 finale.
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Men in Black 3 is like a vanilla soft serve ice cream cone – bland, predictable, nondescript, and not really the high quality, flavorful hard ice cream with the luscious toppings you’re craving; yet it’s pleasing and familiar, and you’ll consume it because it’s there.
Was 2011 a great year for film? Well, yes and no. It certainly was much better than last year’s crop of freshly-laid turds, many of which made me question my continued desire to live on a planet that allows January Jones to have a lucrative TV and movie career.
The Pirates of the Caribbean franchise isn’t a bloated, barnacle-covered corpse washed up on the shores of Tortuga Bay just yet, but that time is rapidly approaching.
Spider-Man 2 perfects every single imperfection of the first film. The villain is scarier, the acting is better, the storyline is deeper and more moving, the action is faster, the special effects are more spectacular, and for some strange reason, even the theater popcorn tastes better.
Since the brilliance of Fight Club, Brad Pitt can do no wrong in my eyes, and he kicks unholy amounts of ass in this film as the terrifying Achilles. You will be in utter awe as you watch this ancient killing machine plow effortlessly through hundreds of Trojan warriors with spear and sword.