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Wonder Woman Movie Review

Honestly, the hardest thing about trying to review Wonder Woman is judging the movie on its own merits, rather than as either the overdue solo debut of the most famous female superhero on Earth, or as the latest installment of the growing dumpster fire that

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Movie Review

The moment it finally sunk in for me that the Marvel Cinematic Universe could pull anything off wasn’t The Avengers, or the first few successful sequels like Iron Man 3 or Captain America: The Winter Soldier. It was watching Guardians of the Galaxy, watching the

Logan Movie Review

Imagine if somebody made the comic book movie’s answer to The Shootist, and you would likely get something very close to Logan. That’s a statement I mean as both a compliment and a complaint, given how Logan is both a very bold and original movie

X-Men: Apocalypse Movie Review

Sometimes, in the era where cinema is utterly dominated by superhero movies, where the Marvel Cinematic Universe is the model for franchises everybody is rushing to beat, Deadpool is the surprise box office hit of the year, and we’re still writing thinkpeices about just where

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Captain America: Civil War Movie Review

While I was just as blown away as anyone else by The Avengers, for me the Marvel Cinematic universe finally started to show its full potential with the release of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and not just because it proved that Iron Man and

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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