Bing Bang Review—Day of the Dead: Bloodline

What is the purpose of a remake, beyond milking an established work for more money? More often than not, you are better off just watching the original. There are exceptions, of course. David Cronenberg’s The Fly is, in many ways, superior to the original. It pulled this off by taking the general premise from a … Continue reading Bing Bang Review—Day of the Dead: Bloodline

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Bing Bang Review—Downsizing

It is true that I went into the movie Downsizing wearing a shirt that declared, “I hate the movie Downsizing.” It is also true that I sold these shirts to the friends with whom I saw this movie. At the time of having these shirts printed up, my hatred of the film extended only to … Continue reading Bing Bang Review—Downsizing

Bing Bang Review—Jack Frost 2: Revenge of the Killer Mutant Snowman

Recently, Amazon added its Prime app to the Apple TV, which greatly increased the amount of content that I could view without having to pay additional money. Since I must have wished upon a monkey’s paw, that came with a horrible catch: limitless access to unnecessary sequels to crap movies. Since I must suffer through … Continue reading Bing Bang Review—Jack Frost 2: Revenge of the Killer Mutant Snowman

Bing Bang Review: Christmas with the Kranks

What do you get when Chris Columbus writes a film adaptation of a John Grisham comedy starring Tim Allen, Jamie Lee Curtis, Dan Akroyd and that kid who played Dewey on Malcolm in the Middle? If you guessed Christmas with the Kranks, you would be wrong. The correct answer was a complete and utter disaster. … Continue reading Bing Bang Review: Christmas with the Kranks