I was left back in second grade. I started school probably too early and just couldn’t grasp the concepts and blah blah blah I had to repeat second grade. At the time it’s kind of world-shattering. It’s one of those things, even as a second-grader, where you feel like “oh, I’m dumb. I get it. I suppose I’ll stay in second grade forever.” In reality … Continue reading The Return of Willow
Every so often, I have to come to the pages of I Am Geek and make a confession. These confessions don’t come easy. I like to believe that I have consumed a great deal of pop culture in my life maybe even enough for two lifetimes. I’m not here to measure or brag… which is a lie. I’m totally bragging. Even with that mass consumption … Continue reading Dune Trailer- What’s In the Box, Sandworms, & Oscar Isaac’s Tremendous Beard
Like many of you, there were a ton of movies that were on my hit list this year. From Black Widow to find out just how John Cena is related to Dominic Toretto, I had a lot of movie plans that I was excited for. You know the drill, getting there early, eating all the popcorn during the trailers, getting hyped on what’s happening on … Continue reading Watch Mulan On Disney+ But It’s Going To Cost You
I’ve been quarantined or social distancing for close to four months at this point. Four. Months. That’s crazy. In four months, I’ve played a lot of Animal Crossing, I’ve binged a lot of television, we’re talking amounts that would be alarming to others, and I’ve read a number of books and graphic novels. In those four months, as previously discussed, I have not gone to … Continue reading I Am Geek MCU Movie Rankings (Updated)
I miss going to the movies. That’s it. That’s the whole concept. I know, in the grand scheme of everything that is happening in the world right now this is small potatoes. Especially when one can watch a movie from the comfort of their couch or leather lazy boy chair that causes them to sweat for no reason at all during the summer because leather … Continue reading I Miss Going To The Movies: A Love Letter To Popcorn
When Marvel Studios announced that their first film in the much-hyped Phase Four, the post Endgame era, would be a Black Widow movie it raised a few eyebrows. For some, it seemed a little late, even before we take the events of Endgame into consideration, and that doing a Black Widow movie now seemed to miss the window of a prime release. Now once you … Continue reading Black Widow- Taskmaster & the Multiverse
The Matrix 4 has puzzled me ever since it was announced a few months ago. I was content living in a world where there were only had three Matrix films. One that was superb, another that was ambitious, and a third that saw the neutering of Morpheus and… well, it was an ending. It’s funny, when I was in college I loved the Matrix films. … Continue reading Do We Need A Fourth Matrix?
by Jerrold Reber “We all have our secrets. We just didn’t get to yours yet.” And with that, just a scant few seconds into the first trailer for the latest James Bond installment No Time To Die, we discover just how quickly Bond springs back into action. The franchise will release a record 25th film as part of the long-lasting franchise, first introduced to audiences … Continue reading James Bond: No Time To Die Trailer Breakdown
Waking up at five o’clock in the morning blows. There’s no way around it, it just sucks. I would love to sleep until six, seven, eight o’clock but there is too much to be done and no time to waste. I can hear you now, “what could you possibly have to do at five o’clock in the morning” and the answer is mostly work out … Continue reading Black Widow Trailer- Celebrating the Legacy Of Natasha Romanoff
Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining has been regarded as one of the greatest horror films of all-time. Loosely based on Stephen King’s novel of the same name, Kubrick’s vision focused more on the psychological thrills of the story, challenging the viewers to question what they saw was real or illusion. The movie as an adaptation has been vehemently opposed by fans of the book, however, the film on its own is nothing short of a directorial masterpiece.