MISSION IMPOSSIBLE – FALLOUT [4DX Review]: Old & The Restless.

Tom Cruise is a monster. Leave it to the most famous actor in the world-turned-stunt madman to self-capture all the Infinity Stones and strike his 56-year old vengeance on the cinematic world. I'm toying, of course, but with Thanos taking out half the population (and half the Avengers in the process), Mission Impossible: Fallout makes …

THE MUMMY [Review]: An Adventurous Mercury Poisoning.

With glass shattering sandstorms that would make Mad Max adjust his sand-riddled boxers, an overabundance of crows that would leave Eric Draven screaming, “Uncle!,” and a super-sized cluster of camel spiders that would send Peter Parker into a sensory overloaded coma, Alex Kurtzman’s The Mummy has arrived to kick off Universal’s new Dark Universe and …

MISSION IMPOSSIBLE – ROGUE NATION [Review]: Manifest Destiny Incarnate.

It's hard to believe that through four, and in all likelihood, five wildly successful films in 20-years, there hasn't been a Mission Impossible video game since 1996's original PlayStation effort; nor any comics to remember of since the 60's television show of the same name (forgiving the sole Marvel/Paramount one-shot venture in the movie franchise's …

EDGE of TOMORROW [Review]: Full Metal Bitch.

And when I'm referring to "Bitch" I'm not referring to Tom Cruise. Edge of Tomorrow, the latest sci-fi endeavor from the controversial actor, should rank among his best performances. In fact, Mr. Cruise puts himself through twenty-three varying scenes of personality throughout director Doug (The Bourne Trilogy) Liman's trailblazer. And he shows a helluva lot …