In my previous Film Roundup articles (2015 and 2016) I’ve lamented the state of the box office. Every year spin-offs, prequels, sequels, reboots, and tired superhero flicks dominate the list of most profitable films. In an attempt to provide some alternatives to those usual suspects, I’ve collated
It is award season, and that means there are hundreds of “Best Films of 2016” lists smeared across the internet. Despite the saturation – I’ll throw my two cents into the mix. I’d like to do something different to try and spice up the listicle format.
By now, you’ve probably heard the news that’s rocked the geekosphere, but just in case: Carrie Fisher, of Princess Leia fame, is dead at 60. Never as a kid watching The Empire Strikes Back in the family living room did I think for a moment
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away… But not too far. We still gotta make money here. Dr. Scientist Man was living out his days on a farm with his wife and child on the planet Bah’ramu. Orson Kritikal Tu Plott, Director
I would never for a second forget how good we geeks have it right now. There’s more superhero movies coming out than we can shake a web at. We finally got the Deadpool movie and it’s as good we could have hoped for! The entire
Film records were shattered in 2015. Well, financially speaking anyway. Several films that came out last year are in the top ten highest grossing films of all time. They include: Star Wars: The Force Awakens – currently the 3rd highest grossing film of all time, and
(SPOILERS ABOUND IN THIS REVIEW! May the Force be with you.) A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away… It was Life Day. However, unlike most other holidays celebrated throughout the galaxy, this particular one had not been celebrated in over ten years.
Twitter, with its 140-character limit and many large personalities, is often a nexus of controversy. This weekend’s dust-up took place, probably unsurprisingly, over Star Wars. What Is A Mary Sue It seems to have all started with Max Landis, writer of the movie Chronicle
It’s been a good long while since the original Star Wars films were released. The main cast, Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford, and Carrie Fisher, have all gone on to have very different careers. We at Geek Melee have gone through their last few decades and pulled
Disney recently announced plans to build Star Wars themed lands at the Hollywood Studios park in Florida and at Disneyland in California. This got us thinking… What attractions do we want to see in these new park additions? Below are the experiences Geek Melee would include