Ever since the Michael Keaton Batman movie comic fans have been clamoring for a Batman and Superman team up on the big screen. On March 25, 2016 comic fans filed into movie theaters across North America to finally see the two most iconic super heroes in the same movie, fighting against each other. It’s perhaps not the first thing you think about when you here that Batman and Superman are in the same movie and for many it may have been an initial turn off. My mother who is not a super hero fan by any means was really bothered by the fact that these two heroes where going to be fighting each other. Yet this is not even the biggest weight that this movie carries, Batman vs. Superman is DC and Warner Bros launch pad for their Marvel style cinematic universe and its at the same time the movies biggest triumph and it’s biggest problem.
I’ll admit that I wasn’t that thrilled with the Xbox Live March Games with Gold lineup. The highlight of March was pretty much Borderlands. I was at least hoping that Borderlands 2 would have then also made it to Backwards Compatibility but that has not surfaced yet. April is another story with a pretty good … Read more
A devastating pandemic sweeps through New York City, and one by one, basic services fail. In only days, without food or water, society collapses into chaos. The Division, a classified unit of self-supported tactical agents, is activated. Leading seemingly ordinary lives among us, The Division agents are trained to operate independently of command, as all else fails.
As a Division agent you’ve been activated, and now it’s time to level up!
Last week I sent out a tweet about how great a service Disney Movies Anywhere is. As with most Disney products and services they have found a way to make your movies enjoyable and easy to watch just about anywhere you want to watch them. Most importantly they have made it an almost magical experience to make that happen.