How ironic that Furious 7 was just one good movie away from reaching #7 on my list. Alas, some puns are just not meant to be.
At the start of the Top 10 portion of this countdown, I said that a film must have at least one of two qualities to reach this high point: be incredibly well-made or extremely awesome. The Big Short and Steve Jobs represent those of the first category. So the next couple films will represent the latter category of awesomeness. Continue reading My 2015 Movies: Furious 7 (#8)
Some of you might be asking if we’re out of the middle-ground yet. Yes, we’re almost there. One final movie and then we can talk about movies I really liked. And what better way to lead into that category than with The Last Witch Hunter? Continue reading My 2015 Movies: The Last Witch Hunter (#27)
It’s hard to believe that The Fast and the Furious came out in 2001. It’s even harder to believe that these films are still being made 14 years later. Yet here we are with the newest in the franchise. Furious 7 had a lot of hype surrounding it, as all films in the series do. But this one had a much greater level of hype for an outside reason that by now everyone is aware of. Disregarding for a moment what this film represents for the series, we have to wonder if this film is worth seeing. Continue reading SBox Recommends: Furious 7 (Review)