Another issue of the most satisfying and consistent comic book on the rack hits with The Walking Dead #81 from Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard.
This issue I found somewhat less entertaining, though I recognize its part of the grand scheme.
Even a die-hard fan of the series, such as yours truly, was left scratching his head at KirkmanĂ˘â‚¬â„˘s choice of ending to such a spectacular event with an anti-climax.
The Fighter is an excellent film and the best drama of this past year. Mark Wahlberg continues to impress as a reliable actor with his performance as Micky Ward.
Hulk #29 sees the finale to M.O.D.O.K.'s "Scorched Earth" protocols - and it's a Rulk fanboy's dream come true!
Tomasi, Johns and company really deliver with Brightest Day #19, plus they are "drawing the line at $2.99." Glad to say I'll be drawing with them.
We are seeing the beginning of a great comics opus, I think, by one who has a story to tell. "Genecy" is beautifully illustrated by Brazilian artist Eddy Barrows.
DCU Online is not a very polished game. It is a very flawed game that gets a pass from me at various levels due to its strong nostalgia and gameplay features.
Hickman more than comes through in Fantastic Four #587, which comes as no surprise to those of us who have been following his run from Fantastic Four #570.
"This is a movie about the dark side of dance and the twisted nature of obsessive behavior...it is simply far too sexy and creepy to be ignored."
Steve Lyons has captured the magic of the original and made this all his own. A fantastic start to the Reign of Doomsday.
With The Thanos Imperative: Devastation, Abnett and Lanning begin to distance themselves from the previous five years worth of Annihilation-era cosmic stories we all have been accustomed to.
In the vein of classic Avengers tales, book scribe and Marvel U. architect Brian Michael Bendis is building on some very interesting Marvel lore.
Unstoppable is neither the best nor the worst of 2010, but it is certainly worth a screening especially if one happens to be a fan of the incomparable Denzel Washington.
Ryan Read is at it again with a review of this week's Heroes For Hire from Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and artist Brad Walker.
DnA, take these ancient Marvel properties and breathe life anew into them, surrounding these mostly Ă˘â‚¬Ĺ“Earth-centricĂ˘â‚¬Âť members with Part 2 of an adventure that is cosmic with a capital Ă˘â‚¬Ĺ“C
Take a ride on the emotional roller coaster that is the "Deathly Hallows." The ups and downs will be exciting while the wait could get mind-numbingly dull.
CBN's expert movie reviewer, Lawrence Napoli, gives us an in-depth look at "Skyline" saying "the Strause boys did not disappoint" but not too original and more.
Rabid fans of The Hangover will have no problem promoting this comedy as the best of the year. Frankly, I was less than impressed.
In Clint's advancing years his ability to create a story as enthralling and unique as his film's characters...
Bill Meneese gives the last issue of "TI" 5 stars.
The only depravity of "Saw 3D" was the incessant yawns and eye rolls I hurled at the screen while my back side grew numb.
This was an especially chilling experience as I saw this film in a completely deserted theatre. If given the opportunity, IĂ˘â‚¬â„˘d recommend the same to all of you.
The story is not particularly unique, the effects are old hat and the performances, though reliable, are a little too reflective of the actual ages of an ...
"The Social Network" is a very smart and entertaining film that gives you some take on the drama that surrounded the creation of Facebook.
"The Town" is an entertaining story that features very good performances from many talented thespians which center on an anti-hero protagonist.
At the end of the day, this film is defined by its conventionalism and poor writing, definitely not worth the price of an Imax Experience admission.
Everything about this script: from the original idea, to the dialogue, to the pace takes great pains to deny any form of transparency to the audience.
Takers is a solid, yet formulaic adventure thatĂ˘â‚¬â„˘s full of popcorn, but will have you notice the familiarity of the taste.
"The Last Exorcism" is by far the most relevant and thought-provoking of all the Ă˘â‚¬Ĺ“home-video-styleĂ˘â‚¬Âť feature films.