Spider-Man: Far From Home Review

Last week was the 4th of July, and while many Americans perched on hillsides to observe fireworks displays to celebrate Independence Day, many of those same patriots settled into cinema seats over the holiday weekend to take in the brand new Spider-Man movie. Swinging back into theaters for the seventh time in the web-slinger’s live... Continue Reading →

Dark Phoenix Review

In Greek mythology, a phoenix dies in a fiery display of combustion, and is later born again. One could say Jean Grey had her volatile death in 2006’s controversial X-Men: The Last Stand, and this year’s Dark Phoenix is her chance to rise again. Unfortunately, Fox has fumbled their franchise conclusion once more, and instead of... Continue Reading →

Godzilla: King of the Monsters Review

Godzilla will always be king, but every reign has its bad days. Godzilla: King of the Monsters is one of those. As the second entry in Legendary’s Godzilla franchise, and the third American hack at the titanic beast overall, it’s becoming clearer that Westerners may never produce a Godzilla film as strong as some of... Continue Reading →

Pokémon Detective Pikachu Review

“Detective Pikachu, I choose you!” is what many movie fans proclaimed this weekend, as the pocket monster flick didn’t quite muster the support to topple Avengers: Endgame during its three-day debut, but still outperformed expectations, achieving the record for biggest opening for a video game adaption of all time. Based on the worldwide phenomenon that has spurned... Continue Reading →

Avengers: Endgame Review

“We’re in the Endgame now.” Those were some of Dr. Stephen Strange’s last words after surrendering the Time Stone to the evil galactic warlord Thanos, which in addition to the rest of the Infinity Stones, enabled him to enact his maniacal plan of wiping out half of all life in the universe. Since filmgoers were... Continue Reading →

Us Review

Doppelgängers. Scissors. Red jumpsuits. This is Us: no, not the tear-jerker TV show on NBC, Jordan Peele’s rabidly-anticipated follow-up to Get Out, his debut horror film which was an unprecedented box office success and garnered four Oscar nominations. After rebranding himself a master of terror, all eyes have been on the development of Peele’s second... Continue Reading →

Captain Marvel Review

At only a month and a half before Avengers: Endgame hits theaters, Marvel Studios has seen fit to prime viewers for their upcoming mega-bombshell with a little blockbuster appetizer known as Captain Marvel. Having appeared in multiple incarnations in comic books throughout the years, the first major film adaptation for the label’s titular hero has been... Continue Reading →

Happy Death Day 2U Review

Are you ready to party like it's your death day?   The prospect may sound ridiculous, but the Groundhog Day/slasher mashup Happy Death Day is back with a sequel. After debuting number one to unexpected success on Halloween weekend in 2017, Jason Blum has seen fit to greenlight a sequel under his burgeoning low-budget horror... Continue Reading →

Glass Review

M. Night Shyamalan, one of the most fascinating and frustrating minds in Hollywood history, is back with the capper to his highly unorthodox trilogy. Beginning with 2000’s Unbreakable, and covertly extended with 2017’s Split, 2019’s Glass combines both movies to conclude what is being retroactively dubbed as The Eastrail 177 Trilogy. Fans of both films... Continue Reading →

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