Tag: James McAvoy

It Chapter Two Review: Horror Adaptation Comes to A Fitting End!

For many years horror fans have been familiar with the Stephen King novel It thanks to the book finding even greater notoriety with the television miniseries released in 1990. Then in 2017 the pop culture world was reintroduced to the tale when It came to the big screen, and it certainly made an impression. In the case of this Film Adventurer It was a frightening sight to behold as its stellar sense of story and character was only matched by its creative scares. Needless to say It was a horror film to remember, but it would not be the end of this story as two years later It Chapter Two would creep onto the silver screen. Once again directed by Andy Mushietti Chapter Two centers on the second part of the novel which features the losers club as adults. Aside from following up its predecessor I was curious to see just how this finale would wrap up. After experiencing all 2 hours and 49 minutes of this horror film I can say with certainty that It Chapter Two was both a worthy conclusion to this frightening adaptation.

Dark Phoenix Review: A Subtle Conclusion for the X-Men

When thinking of Marvel Comics on the silver screen many look towards The Avengers. However before Earth Mightiest Heroes assembled another Marvel team was making a name for themselves. Since 2001 the X-Men have played a role in movies and though the franchise has had its share of highs and lows Marvel’s team of mutants continue to be a prominent player for the superhero movie genres. However, with 20th Century Fox merging with Disney, it seems that change is upon the series and this was evident in the latest film in the X-Men franchise: Dark Phoenix. Directed by Simon Kinberg Dark Phoenix is a finale of sorts for the story that began in 2011’s X-Men: First Class as well as another attempt to adapt one of the X-Men’s most iconic stories to the big screen. Despite the delays Dark Phoenix has finally made its way to theaters and while it may not be the most stand out entry in the X-Men franchise there is something special about this superhero film.