Has the new year got you down? Have you already given up on all your resolutions? Well, let the Sister Geeks remedy what ails you with a list of things we’re looking forward to in 2018. Who knows? Maybe you’ll make some fresh resolutions to check out a new show or read a few books. Best of all, there’s no gym membership required.
We three Sister Geeks have all experienced Star Wars: The Last Jedi (some of us twice). Of course, we all have strong feelings about it. But it’s the holiday season and scheduling prevents us from getting together to gush about it in proper fashion. However, we can’t let this week go by without at least sharing some of our feelings about the latest chapter of our favorite space opera. So check out this quick and dirty, spoiler-free share of our TLJ feels.
June’s theme is fantastic, magically beautiful monsters: Mermaids, Dragons, and Unicorns. Just like last month, we’ll each feature a creature for one week. Then we’ll all come together to gush about them toward the end of the month. Today, we’re kicking things off with mermaids!
Since you know all we sistergeeks do around here is drink, here are a few options for mermaid drinking throughout the day. There’s something perfect for any occasion! Continue reading →
The film, Logan, is many things. It’s the tenth installment in the X-Men movie franchise. It’s the third Wolverine film within the same set of movies. It’s Hugh Jackman’s last turn as the titular character. And it’s only the second R-rated superhero film in this new Golden Age of Superhero Movies. It’s also an incredibly complex emotional journey for the characters and the audience. It’s a fitting tribute to the character, both from the comics and as he’s been played by Jackman for the last 17 years. You read that right… 17 years! The film is the truest interpretation of the character that’s ever been allowed on the silver screen (due in large part to its R rating). It manages to be a superhero movie while also being a gritty western.The movie is perfectly gory and violent. It is heart-wrenching and tragic. It is a great story, a beautiful work of cinematic art and a downright excellent film.