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John Wick: Chapter 2 Movie Review

When John Wick hit theaters a few years back, it was one of the rarest of movies, a slick, old school action movie that was not only one of the best action movies of the past decade, but for a nice change of pace, managed

xXx: Return of Xander Cage Movie Review

The most remarkable thing about xXx: Return of Xander Cage that it’s a reboot of a long dead franchise, or that the xXx franchise was rebooted at all, but that it’s actually a solidly entertaining action thriller, that not only surpasses the original, but actually

Assassin’s Creed Movie Review

When it was first announced, there was actually a lot of hype and hope behind Assassin’s Creed. After two decades of Hollywood adaptations of video games that range in quality from “so bad it’s good” on the high end, and some of the worst movies

The Nice Guys Movie Review

The buddy cop movie used to be as much of a Hollywood staple as superheroes, remakes and young adult novel adaptations are today. Leave it to director Shane Black, who practically invented half of the tropes of the buddy cop genre with Lethal Weapon, to

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Hardcore Henry Movie Review

In a year where big budget adaptations of Warcraft, Assassin’s Creed and even Angry Birds are due to his cinemas, who’d have thought the first movie to get the video game aesthetic down to a science would be Hardcore Henry, an ultra violent action film shot

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What Hollywood should learn from Deadpool

Looks like Wade Wilson will be able to buy quite a few chimichangas given how popular Deadpool is proving to be. Deadpool opened last weekend, and if you’ve been paying attention to the news, you probably know already that it was a smash hit at the

Deadpool Movie Review

It’s hard to believe what began as another generic, physically disproportionate gun-toting Rob Leifeld creation has since become one of the breakout characters in the past decade of comics. A lot of that has to do with him getting changed from Liefeld’s answer to Deathstroke into