Category Archive: brain thoughts

Does Anyone Care About Creativity and Innovation Anymore?

Are you getting sick of the same old movies that just focus on building franchises, cinematic universes and spinoffs? Are you sick of video games bombarding you with micro-transactions, DLCs, and multi-player options? If so, you know who to blame …

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Horror Films Are Taking Over!

It’s been a while since a horror film ruled the box office. For the past few years, horror films like The Conjuring, Insidious, and Don’t Breath were all critically acclaimed movies that ended up delivering huge profits to movie studios. …

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A Guide to Fan Expo

Fan Expo is a great event that happens in Toronto every year on Labour Day weekend. You can dress up like it’s Halloween and meet your favourite TV actors, movie stars, comic book artists, and voice actors. Every year, there …

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Building Him Up to Break Him Down

How The LEGO Batman Movie is a deeper character analysis than any recent live-action movie featuring the superhero. *Spoiler-free thoughts*

Bringing Spidey home!

We finally got our first official trailer for the much anticipated Spider-Man movie! Will the third time be the charm or is the franchise doomed to fail shortly after launch? Just thought I would take a minute to share my …

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Zendaya = Mary Jane?

Rumor has it  that Disney star Zendaya will be playing Mary Jane Watson in the new Spider-Man: Homecoming movie. This has the internet in an uproar because Miss Zendaya is not white. I can’t wrap my head around this shit. …

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Civil War II – Here we go again

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. And if an old idea turns out to be somewhat successful, just dress it up and call it new! This seems to be the approach that the big comicbook houses have when it …

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Network vs Cable TV: Dawn of Quality Shows

Game of Thrones, Orange is the New Black, Daredevil, Sherlock Holmes…what do they all have in common? They’re great shows! But let’s face it, they have it a bit easier compared to Network TV shows (Gotham, Agents of Shield, etc.) …

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X-Men: How the Franchise Has Fallen

Some movie studios seem to believe that saving the world from complete destruction is the most bankable movie plot. Having “Apocalypse” in the movie title and an extremely identifiable character of the same name as the movie’s villain will bring …

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In Captain America: Civil War, the audience wins.

The trailers only scratch the service of an incredible action movie with a smart backbone, reminding us how hard it is to deal with personal conflict, loss and remorse. *Spoiler-free thoughts*

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