Anything Nice to Say: Alice in Wonderland

Often considered part of Disney’s attempts to make live action films out of their animated classics, Alice in Wonderland was handed over to Tim Burton for his interpretation. Travel down the rabbit hole with us as we try to find anything nice to say about Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland.

Two Authors Talking: Brooke Fossey

Brooke Fossey, author of The Big Finish, talks about her writing routine with kids in the house, building a fictional world from a realistic inspiration, and what, exactly, an ironing movie is.

Anything Nice to Say: The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

Nicholas Cage stars as a centuries old sorcerer trying to wipe out the last of Morgan le Fey’s followers in an action comedy that’s loosely based on an animated short from the Fantasia anthology. None of that belongs in the same sentence together.

But, if you’ve got some time, it’s a fun movie. We didn’t have too much trouble finding anything nice to say about The Sorcerer’s Apprentice.

Anything Nice to Say: Hulk (2003)

It was a dark time. Before Robert Downey, Jr. took his place as Iron Man, Universal tried to bring us the hero we wanted. The Jolly Green Giant.

Of course, I’m talking about Ang Lee’s Hulk. Despite an amazing cast, 2003’s Hulk was derided by critics. To this day, Marvel pretends it never happened. Let’s see if we can find anything nice to say.

Anything Nice to Say: The Wolfman (2010)

Before the idea of a Dark Universe was birthed, Universal wanted to create an updated version of 1941’s The Wolf Man to bring modern make-up and visual effects to the character. Benicio Del Toro, a huge fan of the original signed on to produce as well as star in the lead role.

Despite Oscar award worthy effects, the film was not received well. We try to find anything nice to say about 2010’s The Wolfman.

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Princess Kalista has known her role from birth. She’s spent her entire life preparing to be the socialite wife of a prince from a peaceful kingdom. But on her big day, she is shocked when she is instead forced to marry the warrior prince of a cursed land, who is as cold as the wintry kingdom he’ll one day rule.

Carson has a throne no princess wants to share with him. An immortal beast ravages their land, and he’ll do anything to stop it, even marry a complete stranger on the day she was supposed to wed her betrothed. Let her hate him for it, but Kalista is his only hope for peace.

Kalista knows she’s just a pawn on the chessboard of politics, but now she’s expected to kill an unstoppable creature because of some legend about her bloodline that Carson believes as truth. He trains her how to fight, and when lessons in swordplay lead to lessons in love, her destiny puts more than just her life at risk.

How far is she willing to go to save the prince she never wanted…but can’t imagine living without?