Film Fatale: Super Mario Bros.

Alright. This movie was considered a commercial and critical flop with tons of fans hating it as well. Admittedly I don’t think the creators of this movie did a great job conceptualizing or executing their idea, and the f...
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Film Fatale: Whiteout

Based on the comic by writer Greg Rucka and artist Steve Lieber, Whiteout is directed by Dominic Sena, who also directed such classics as Swordfish… and we all know what a great movie that was. Originally the film was sla...
by The Movie Lady
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Titan Books Reviews: Tank Girl: Skidmarks TPB

Skidmarks is just like any other Tank Girl comic written by Alan Martin…completely original and off the wall. The art by Rufus Dayglo is great as well. Like always, we’re intermittently treated to awesome full page ...
by The Movie Lady
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Film Fatale: Spider-Man

What is there not to love about this movie? Alright, there’s the fact that they cast Macy Gray to be the singer for the World Unity Festival, but that’s about it. Everything else is excellent and gets an A+. The cas...
by The Movie Lady
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Film Fatale: Unbreakable

Unbreakable was released in 2000 to poor box office sales. Although it went on to do well in DVD sales it never really overcame its flat opening. Originally there had been a lot of talk about a sequel but as the box office sal...
by The Movie Lady
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Top 12 Black Comic Book Characters to Watch in 2012

In celebration of Black History month this year, we have some great lists planned throughout the month, beginning with the Top 12 Black Comic Book Characters to Watch in 2012! 12. Mister Terrific (DC- Mister Terrific): Michael ...
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Film Fatale: Spider-Man 2

The first Spiderman was great, which is a lot to live up to, but the second movie doesn’t disappoint. It even beat the first in 2004 by surpassing its record for biggest opening day ever. All the great elements from the f...
by The Movie Lady
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Film Fatale: Batman Returns

Batman Returns (1992) holds a special place in my heart for a few reasons. First it’s directed by one of my favorite directors, Tim Burton. He also directed Michael Keaton in the starring role of another movie called Beet...
by The Movie Lady
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Film Fatale: Blade

Blade,directed by Stephen Norrington and written by David S. Goyer, was released in 1998 to worldwide box office success. It was even one of the first comic book movie successes after Batman and Robin thus being instrumental to...
by The Movie Lady
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Film Fatale: Watchmen

This movie has received many mixed reviews. Some say they like that it followed the comic as much as it did and some say it followed it too closely at times. One director turned down making the movie stating that it needed to b...
by The Movie Lady
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Film Fatale: Batman and Robin

After the success of¬†Batman Forever, Warner Bros. wanted to create a sequel, quickly. They fast tracked production, which was only one mistake which led to the downfall of 1997’s Batman & Robin. Joel Schumacher who d...
by The Movie Lady
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Film Fatale: X-Men

X-Men was released in 2000 and was directed by Bryan Singer. It’s one of my favorite comic book movies. I love it. Getting to see so many good actors playing mutants exercising all their cool super powers is phenominal. P...
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