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Star Wars: Shame of a Franchise

October 19, 2015 // 0 Comments

"Ironically, while the prequels as a whole were far weaker than the originals, they somewhat defied the 'sequels rule' and actually managed to improve as they progressed." [...]

#NeverForget – United 93: Revisited

September 11, 2015 // 0 Comments

"With his film, Paul Greengrass created the most respectful and accurate tributes to the passengers that sacrificed themselves for the safety of their fellow citizens." [...]

Go (Re)Set the Watchmen

September 3, 2015 // 0 Comments

"... 'Watchmen' still has enough to offer to make it a worthy entry into the superhero genre and is worth the watch, even if the source material is better." [...]

For a Few Dollars More: Revisited

July 9, 2015 // 0 Comments

"The slow pace of the film, replete with suspenseful, pregnant pauses and quiet dialogue is far a flung from the noisy, busy blockbusters of today." [...]

Jurassic World: Things You Might Have Missed

June 17, 2015 // 1 Comment

"This box office juggernaut has fans split on whether or not the film is actually good. However; one thing can be agreed on. 'Jurassic World' is full of callbacks, tributes, and nods to the previous films." [...]

CGI: The Magnificent Move-y Returneth

November 3, 2014 // 0 Comments

"Applying the term 'realism' would be a misstep as many story-worlds belie the tenets of what we understand as 'realistic'. 'Natural', too, is missing the mark, but hits much closer. The bulls-eye term is perhaps most succinctly coined 'physical'." [...]

X-Men: Days of Future Past; A Necessary Evil

August 21, 2014 // 0 Comments

"The first two X-Men films were good because of the parallels you could draw from the mutants to the real world, grounding their story in reality. If Age of Apocalypse capitalizes on the chance, it could put the X-Men right back in contention at the box office when it releases in 2016." [...]
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