Before we head out to the Play NYC convention, the latest Gamebox 2.0 is here with another batch of games we got to check out recently as well as some demos/previews and a couple titles knocked off our backlog.
Trying to make it’s own Continentalesque mysterious criminal underworld, Hotel Artemis follows Jodie Foster as The Nurse, who runs the titular secret criminal hospital, which has a very specific set of rules for it’s members that show up in need of it’s services.
A decade in the making, Avengers: Infinity War is a stunning achievement that delivers on all the character interactions, action setpieces and big bad Thanos that has been building since Iron Man in 2008.
After the video game inspired (and hilarious and fun) Jumanji: Welcome the Jungle, the first Rock movie of 2018 is an adaptation of the 1986 arcade classic Rampage as three creatures, including The Rock’s gorilla buddy George, are infected by a genetic editing pathogen and converge on Chicago, destroying everything in their path.
The third and final MCU movie of 2017, Thor: Ragnarok is easily the best movie yet for the God of Thunder and one of the best MCU movies overall as Thor goes on an action packed, wacky cosmic adventure with the Hulk to stop Asgard from being destroyed by Hela, Goddess of Death.
Christopher Nolan puts his trademark precision and visual style to the true life events of Dunkirk in 1940, when Allied forces were in retreat and awaiting evacuation to the UK with the Axis forces tightening the noose every day.
The third, and possibly final chapter, in the rebooted Apes franchise, War for the Planet of the Apes is an incredible, dark, epic story that finds Caesar (Andy Serkis) up against the fanatical and ruthless Colonel (Woody Harrelson), who will stop at nothing to wipe apekind out of existence.
The first movie of Universal’s “Dark Universe” has arrived with The Mummy and Joe has his take on whether or not it gets the new Universal Monsters world off on the right foot.
John Wick is forced back into action because of a blood oath he made to try and escape the assassin life in John Wick Chapter 2, which does everything a great sequel should do to expand the world and up the action.
2014’s The Lego Movie is a hard act to follow but The Lego Batman Movie is just as hilarious as it’s predecessor, jam packed with references and homages to the entire history of the Caped Crusader.