If I could go to an island where I could have any fantasy I ever wanted, it would be an island where movies this bad don't get made.
Tonight, the 92nd Academy Awards will premiere, and I have my ballot ready to go. I am fully prepared to get 90% of these predictions wrong, but that's beside the point.
Do you remember Suicide Squad? Of course you don't. And yet, the DC Extended Universe is back with another installment, and the results are...surprisingly good?
After having to suffer through nightmarishly bad January movies such as The Turning and Dolittle, I thought it was over. I saw the light at the end of the tunnel, and I believed my days of torture would soon be over; but before my release, I had to endure one more horror movie.
When I was in seventh grade, I wrote a script for my drama class that was about a girl whose family was murdered by terrorists, and she decides to wreak vengeance on the people who did it to her. I called it Death Row, and it is one of the worst things I've ever written.
Life has many mysteries; to this day, many of us don't know the answers to questions such as who killed JFK? What's in Area 51? And most of all, who was the ninth president of the United States? Because I know for a fact that you have no idea who it was.