All Eyez On Me Review
2016's Straight Outta Compton was a huge success, both fans and critics loved it. Now this year’s Straight Outta Compton is All Eyez on Me, the bio-drama about Tupac’s life. These films are clearly starting a new trend of music based bio-drama about hip hop artists that are relevant to the everyday filmgoer. Getting too many of these films will end up being overkill but the two we have right now are prime examples of why more should be mad. Yes some of the people from Straight Outta Compton are in Tupac, but not in a Marvel-style expanded universe way, unfortunately, but the story is fresh and intriguing enough to make All Eyez on Me a solid film.
The Mummy Review
So there's a new film universe out there now called Dark Universe and it's going to be (no matter how hard you try to make it not happen) all of Universal's monster franchises rolled up into one. This Dark Universe is starting off with The Mummy starring Tom Cruise as the main character. Spoilers may follow! Now the last version of The Mummy, starring Brendon Fraser, isn't exactly the perfect film series ever. In fact, I would say that as serious films they aren't great but as fun action adventure films they are really quite entertaining. This is why Tom Cruise is the most important person in the middle of the set-up of this whole Dark Universe.
Wonder Woman Review
More reviews at www.TheChairport.com While watching the first battle scene in Wonder Woman, it was the first time I caught myself not missing a single bit of the action. I wasn’t bored for a start, and the choreography was so well orchestrated along with a perfect use of slow motion where you see everything rather than it being a mess, which I have found with a lot of action scenes in other films recently. This interest kept me going throughout the entire film.