Weddings are now the talk of the town with the Wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle just being completed. Clichéd as it may be, it is safe to say that love is in the air. While not everyone (okay, anyone) can have a wedding as breathtaking and special as British royalty, it doesn't mean you should slack on yours. I've been to several weddings in the past year or so and what sticks out in my head the most is the receptions, and specifically, the music selection. The music can make or break a wedding reception and no I'm not exaggerating.
There's nothing better than a sports movie. In my humble opinion, they showcase everything great about watching a movie. They usually include an inspiring journey (accompanied by a fun montage with a great song), adversity, teamwork, and overall, perseverance. That certainly is the case with my favorite subcategory of the sporting film industry, football movies based on true stories.
Horror movies were the first ever love/hate relationship I was ever a part of. I'm sure there are many people out there that are like me. People who wait for the latest horror movie to arrive, only to stay up the whole night after watching, wondering why you would do this to yourself. Again.
The best military movies often share a set of similar themes. Some of the most popular in these films include sacrifice, loyalty, commitment, and perseverance. However, what sets the best apart from the rest is their ability to properly tell a unique story. Directors, writers, and actors in these war movies either effectively translate an incredible true story onto the big screen, or explore a less flashy topic from an entirely new perspective, creating a fresh, distinct message altogether. All of the movies below successfully accomplish one of these objectives, and are ones you need to see if you haven't already.
Star Trek is one of the most iconic and well-known franchises in the world and has been for the past 50+ years. It has seen some of the most iconic actors (William Shatner, Leonard Nimoy, and Patrick Stewart), coined some of the most famous lines, and has one of the biggest followings of any TV/movie franchise ever.
Everyone loves superhero movies these days. Marvel cranks out at least five every year, with DC desperately trying to catch up by releasing even more. Stories from comic books are experiencing the most cinematic success in history. However, that does not mean all of these movies are home runs. A lot of them swing for the fences and fall way short of expectations.