Sounds weird? It's actually kind of cool ! Let's take a look back at one of the best (in my mind) Mars-related films out there; Red Planet, starring Val Kilmer!
It's big, it's loud, it's fun! It's Godzilla! Let's look back at the notorious first American attempt at adapting the classic Japanese monster tale!
Let's travel back to the 80's and revisit a film that takes us straight in the Japanese criminal underground, Ridley Scott's "Black Rain" !
Following Wham!'s breakup in 1986, George Michael pursued an incredibly successful solo career and created some of pop music's most unforgettable songs. Here are my 5 personal favorites from the man !
Come with me as I go all the way back to 1978 and revisit one of the finest medical thrillers there is, Michael Crichton's "Coma" !
Let's travel back in time to 1995 and discover one of the most underrated films of all-time, the sci-fi masterpiece known as Strange Days!
In 1998, the 7th chapter of the Halloween film franchise was released, successfully erasing the memory of the previous sequels and providing a great conclusion to the series. Or so it seemed...
"Terror can fill any space", said the posters for this underwater sci-fi adventure. Sadly, it didn't fill theaters and Sphere flopped at the box-office in 1998. Did it deserve its sad fate?
In 2004, Johnny Depp starred in this Stephen King/David Koepp collaboration. Those three names alone on a poster should guarantee a cinematic home-run. Is it the case ? Read on !
Come with me as I take a look back at one of the most polarizing superhero films of all time ; Ang Lee's Hulk !
Since 1978, Duran Duran has become part of pop royalty and remains a strong musical force. Come with me as I take a look at my favorite songs.
Following Batman's monstrous success in the summer of '89, Michael Keaton went on to star in this psychological thriller in which he gets to play a different kind of madman...
1995 proved to be a crucial year for both famous screenwriter Joe Eszterhas and the erotic thriller genre. Come with me as I look back at the film that endangered the commercial viability of both.
Cult filmmaker John Carpenter created some unforgettable movies since 1974. Let's take a look back at his last cinematic masterpiece!
The 6th Day was released in 2000 and was a flop, barely recouping its budget and getting average reviews. Let's take a look back at a film that I consider to be one of Schwarzenegger's best!
After leaving The Police in 1986, Sting pursued his solo career and would go on to create some musical gems through 4 decades (and counting). Here are my favorites from this musical genius !
The Alfred Hitchcock classic 'Psycho' created a whole universe that was further explored in 3 sequels, 1 remake and 2 TV series. Lets's take a look at how the films fare against each other!
In 2007, Duran Duran released Red Carpet Massacre, a collaboration with notorious producer Timbaland (among others) that would prove to be a flop. Is it as bad as most music critics say ? No way !
Come with me as I look back at Madonna's most controversial film, the infamous sex thriller known as "Body Of Evidence"...
Let's take a look back at Guy Ritchie's 2000 gangster epic Snatch, which I like to consider as the british Pulp Fiction !
This film had everything: the cast (including Halle Berry's first topless scene), the budget, the locations and yet, it managed to disappoint. Let's take a look back at Dominic Sena's Swordfish!
Action-hero Sylvester Stallone conquered the box office during the 80's. The 9o's saw him try to reinvent himself ; here are my favorites from this uneven but great period of his career !
Come with me as I take a look back at Gus Van Sant's infamous shot-for-shot remake of the 1960 Hitchcock classic and explain why it remains one of my favorite movie ever!
Under the Cherry Moon, Prince's second feature film, was not exactly a hit back in 1986. How does it hold up today ? Pretty well, and here is why it remains a must-see for Prince fans !
In 1997, Madonna started working with producer William Orbit on what would become Ray of Light, arguably the Queen of Pop's most important record ever. Let's take a closer look at this masterpiece!
Dr. Hannibal Lecter is without doubt one the most unforgettable character to ever grace the silver screen. Here is my personal review and ranking of his cinematic adventures !
Madonna is the definitive female icon of pop music. The Queen of Pop has created an impressive variety of music and timeless songs through four decades. Here is a closer look at my five favorites!
Money Monster is Jodie Foster's fourth directorial outing and stars George Clooney & Julia Roberts. Is it any good ?
"Jurassic Park III" is known as the black sheep of the series. Here is what went wrong and what should have been done to possibly make this film the best JP sequel.
The Prince & King of Pop were at the top of their game back in 1991, with the releases of Diamonds & Pearls / Dangerous, both milestones in their respective careers.
Tim Burton is an insanely creative director. His unique style is loved around the world and sure made a lasting impact on me. Here are my 5 personal favorites from him !
One of my favourite authors is Michael Crichton (1942-2008), especially since almost all of his books have very cinematic qualities and some have been adapted into great films. Here are my 5 favourite movies adapted from his work!
This is a love story on how the inner child in me prevents me from hating this monstruous yet fantastic Hollywood blockbuster (or franchise killer).