The media STILL have not gotten over the fact that you did not LOVE the 2016 all-female remake of Ghostbusters. So much so that they are now attacking the announcement of a Ghostbusters sequel set to come out in 2020. Why? Because the future film is going to ignore the 2016 film and be a sequel to the 1989’s Ghostbusters II…and they are not happy.
Critics have a hard enough time these days maintaining credibility in the face of being called shills for certain studios or even being criticized for being the wrong race and gender to review a movie in the first place. Fair or unfair, it is a bad look for the industry to turn into attack dogs that serve push the agenda of ideologues and I’m saying this as an openly biased critic. Is The Upside a great film? No, but it is a very good one but if you are waiting for mainstream critics to tell you that, you may be dealing with people who decided to sink the movie before it ever had a chance.
The prevailing narrative created by the left seems to be that if something is offensive to say, then you are not allowed to say it. Some would argue that this believe is the antithesis of a free society but I’m sure those people would be smeared as alt-right for believing in the basic fundamentals of free speech. The one industry where the freedom to say whatever you want in this country used to be the land of stand up comedy.
2018 is in the books and it is time for the Top 10 Best movies of 2018. 2018 brought forward a diverse line of great films. We got faith-based films, Asian films, action film, we even got some horror movies on the list. I’m pretty sure most people reading this will be unfamiliar with a few of these movies so I suggest you check them out as they are worth the watch.
It’s that time of the year again, for me to take out 12 months of frustration out on the worst pieces of trash that took a minimum of 20 hours out of my life. 2018 was a diverse year in bad films. You had movies that were dull, movies that were offensive, movies that were dumb, and movies that were so dumb you wonder who greenlit them in the first place. The films that made this list have no enjoyment factor so here is the list of the Top 10 worst movies of 2018 with some Honorable Mentions.
Well…It is the weekend before Christmas which is notoriously the busiest weekend of the year for movie theaters. So if the line you are in is too long for films like Aquaman, Bumblebee, and Mary Poppins Returns, you can always watch the latest Jennifer Lopez movie Second Act…I’m sure that the line will be pretty short.
During this past summer, countless left-wing outlets and personalities condemned those who wanted far-left Director James Gunn to be fired for his decade-old ‘jokes’ that were dug up on his Twitter account. It didn’t matter how disgusting and disturbing the content of those tweets were, if you were one of the people who exposed him leading to his firing as Director of Marvel’s Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3, some people went as far to call you ‘Cyber Nazis’. Even the entire cast of the movie came out in solidarity for a man they believed to be wrongly prosecuted in the eyes of the public. The message couldn’t have been more clear, believing people should be held accountable for things that were allegedly said in humor nearly ten years ago made you part of the problem…so why are the same people who feel that way back in July doing the exact same thing to Kevin Hart?
Transgender Activist and former INTO writer Eli Erlick, thought he had a spicy take on Ariana Grande’s latest music video ‘Thank U, Next’ accusing the video and the artist of being ‘anti-queer’. The writer has since been fired from the outlet and run off of social media after death threats from the LGBT community and angry Grande fans.
Last Sunday, thousands of illegal immigrants who were supposed to be thousands of miles away from a caravan that was supposed to be imaginary stormed the border after Jim Acosta insisted they were not going to do so. As border patrol deployed standard riot control tactics to break up the crowd, one image was shopped around the networks which have led to actress Anne Hathaway to accuse her country of ‘using lethal force’ to ‘gas children’.