John Campea

What Happened to Batman: Year One?

Speaking of Which… Okay, The Movie Blog isn’t a bunch of guys blabbing about movies like “High Fidelity” talked about music… There’s some stuff I plum don’t know.. And in light of Johnny talking about Superheroes and directors, I recall being bloody excited about Darren Aronofsky directing “Batman: Year One”. … [Read More]

S.W.A.T. finally in theaters, the

S.W.A.T. finally in theaters, the critics aren’t really impressed Despite 2 early thumbs up from Ebert and Roppel, a quick browse through the various critics reveals they aren’t all that impressed with S.W.A.T. Chris Barsanti of FilmCritic.Com was on the lower end of the scale saying “S.W.A.T. is such an … [Read More]

Go rent DareDevil As I

Go rent DareDevil As I mentioned in a previous post, I think that DareDevil is thus far the most underrated film this year. Let’s get one thing straight right up front, I’m not a Ben Affleck fan. To be honest, I nearly passed on seeing this movie all together just … [Read More]

When a shot to

When a shot to the face just isn’t bad good enough Wow. We all know Gigli is doing poorly. Actually, no. Poorly doesn’t work… “Critically pissed on” works better. And only to make matters worse, 1) It has jumped the entire “Horrid” list on The Internet Movie Database to land … [Read More]

Some speculation Now, I think

Some speculation Now, I think that we could come to a general consensus among the millions and millions of readers of that this has been a pretty good year for movies. This comes as a pleasant chance from the previous few years, which have offered up some pretty mediocre … [Read More]

Matrix Reloaded wins best picture

Matrix Reloaded wins best picture at Teen Choice Award Under the category of “Means Absolutely Nothing Awards”, The Matrix Reloaded won the Teen Choice Award for best picture. You know, for all the negative stuff floating around about the flick, I actually thought this installment of the Matrix was even … [Read More]

Thought for the day I

Thought for the day I don’t think I’m alone in my hope to see at least a 40% increase in the amount of flamethrowers and acid-shooting guns used in major motion pictures in the next three years.