Despite some glowing potential and breathtaking cinematography there's far too much going on in The Big Bang to make this worth your time unless you love Antonio Banderas growling in his sexy Mexican Dark Knight voice for two hours.
Well, Mr. Brubaker, you’ve done it again. The Captain America title has been one of the most solid ongoing titles of the past decade that has been published by the House of Ideas, and the latest volume, Captain America: The Trial of Captain America continues the story with the same level of excellence as its predecessors.
Unlike the maniacs who predicted the end of the world this weekend, you have to comply with every annoying person who said Lady Gaga will release the album of the year in 2011. You may not like it and you don't have to, but 'Born This Way' will undoubtedly slay the next annual Grammys, therefore possibly causing an actual apocalypse in 2012.
The Big Bang is an ambitious film that hits and misses with variation, but always remains engaging. The final result ends up being well worth the watch due to a stunning amount of style and a great performance from Antonio Banderas as the smooth voiced lead.
This week brings classic storytelling straight from the Stan Lee school, symbiotic alien entities that make heads explode, Disney's iconic mascot, and "Get's Dangerous" by mixing Darkwing Duck and Cthulhu.
When the first Pirates movie debuted in 2003 it caught many people off guard. What looked to be an obvious cash grab based off the iconic Disneyland ride was mostly well received by both everyday movie goers and critics alike. From there, the inevitable sequels took in huge amounts of money but, for many, diminished in quality with the third being the most panned. On Stranger Tides attempts to right its previous wrongs by tightening things up but forgets to bring other items to the table for this fourth adventure.
The band that is always criminally and unfairly compared to Nirvana has just released their fifth and arguably most consistent album yet. You won't find any weak spots on Seether's new record as every track hits with the same force and emotion as the last; the only 'minor' issue is that every tune follows a predictable formula.
Before the full review, a preface must be made to encourage the purchase of this comic! Witchblade #144 a wonderful champion for the title,Top Cow, and independent comic ventures in general. It has a great story, loads of content, and a free digital download to boot!