Atomic Blonde (Full Review)

The lone hero action adventure is slowly becoming one of the easiest genres to spot a breakout hit. We already know about James Bond, Jason Bourne, and Ethan Hunt. But newer films like Jack Reacher, Salt, and John Wick have also been thrilling. On the surface, Atomic Blonde has a seasoned leading lady and an […]

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Split (Full Review)

No film director in history has ever put a scowl on my face quite like M. Night Shyamalan. He started off his career with such promise with films like The Sixth Sense and Unbreakable. But then, somewhere along the way, his signature plot twists got dumber and dumber (Signs, The Village, The Happening) and his […]

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X-Men: Apocalypse (Full Review)

The X-Men franchise has seen some lows (X-Men: The Last Stand, X-Men Origins: Wolverine), but for the most part, some of the best films in the superhero genre have come from this 16 year film series about mutants with superpowers attempting to coexist with the humans who fear them. No director knows the heights of […]

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X-Men: Days of Future Past Review

14 years ago, Director Bryan Singer started a mini-revolution with the first X-Men movie. Once upon a time, superhero movies were just special effects laden cash cows. But with X-Men, studios realized that the superhero genre could be visually appealing while also providing strong social commentary and important messages. Unfortunately for the X-Men franchise, the […]

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