Director Sean Anders’s film Daddy’s Home (2015) was a shocking surprise. Mark Wahlberg and Will Ferrell had already proven their comedic teamwork with The Other Guys (2010), but the hopes weren’t high for their comedy implemented in a family setting. Ander’s managed to get enough laughs in the film that a sequel was inevitable. Daddy’s […]
Top Five Movies episode 073 – Mel Gibson Daddy’s Home 2 hits theaters this week so Jonathan Berk (@berkreviews), Michael Sanchez (@servermonkey), and Corey Starr (@coreyrstarr) decided to pick their Top Five Mel Gibson movies. He’s had a strong career despite the controversy he caused several years back. Gibson is returning to the big screen […]
Last week, I watched Rosemary’s Baby and discussed separating the artist from the art. Today, I saw Hacksaw Ridge, a film directed by Mel Gibson, could pose the same question. The story of this film was too powerful for me to allow Gibson’s troubled past to tarnish it. The movie moved me and that is […]
I’ve finally made it to the last Mel Gibson Mad Max movie. I’ve heard lots of negative things about Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome, which has an 81% score on Rotten Tomatoes, compared to the love the other three films all garner.
In my journey to get back on the Fury Road, I’m working my way through the Mad Max films. Mad Max 2: The Road Warrior, which has a 7.6 out of 10 on IMDb and 98% on Rotten Tomatoes, was the film I was most looking forward to watching out of the originals. I’ve heard […]
One of my favorite movies of 2015 was Mad Max: Fury Road, but I almost didn’t see it. I had never seen any of the previous films, I wasn’t really familiar with George Miller’s work, and the trailer just looked like chaos. Luckily, my fellow film friend, David, convinced me to head to the theater […]