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A Review of The Killing Joke


Before I begin my review proper, I would like to thank the people at movietickets.com for double booking my reserved seat. As more theaters change their layouts and require you to book your specific seat before showtime, it’s good to know that the ticket I paid for does not necessarily guarantee I’ll have the seat

The Lego Movie


Directors: Phil Lord and Christopher Miller Starring: Chris Pratt as Emmet Brickowoski (voice) Will Ferrell as Lord Business (voice) / President Business (voice) / The Man Upstairs Elizabeth Banks as Wyldstyle / Lucy (voice) Liam Neeson as Bad Cop Good Cop Will Arnett as Batman/Bruce Wayne The Lego Movie is almost difficult to review. It

Batman Returns (1992)


Directed By Tim Burton Starring Michael Keaton as Batman / Bruce Wayne Danny DeVito as Penguin / Oswald Cobblepot Michelle Pfeiffer as Catwoman / Selina Kyle Christopher Walken as Max Shreck Michael Gough as Alfred Pennyworth   In the annals of my film watching experience, I have to admit I remembered Batman Returns fondly, but

Batman (1989)


Directed by Tim Burton Starring Michael Keaton as Batman / Bruce Wayne Jack Nicholson as Joker / Jack Napier Kim Basinger as Vicki Vale Robert Wuhl as Alexander Knox Pat Hingle as Commissioner James Gordon Billy Dee Williams as Harvey Dent Michael Gough as Alfred Pennyworth Jack Palance as Carl Grissom. This is a layup

Top Five (Seven this Time): Children Cartoons that were sent to War


When you look at your childhood, you, like me, were most likely raised in part by cartoons. The bubbly and ridiculous filled in where parent felt uncomfortable. However, your favorite childhood cartoonists often did more than fill your youth. In fact, the government paid many of them to make sure you hate who you were