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Ant-Man And The Wasp Movie Review

Peyton Reed is back to direct Ant-Man and the Wasp, the sequel to his 2015 surprise hit, Ant-Man. The film takes place roughly two years after the events of Captain America: Civil War, which saw Scott Lang (Paul Rudd) get arrested for helping Captain America during the airport battle in Germany. Lang, who has been […]
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Deadpool 2 Movie Review Starring Ryan Reynolds

Deadpool 2 Movie Review: When the first Deadpool film came out in 2016, it revolutionized the superhero genre. For the first time, mainstream audiences were treated to a major R-rated superhero film. It proved that the superhero genre could be successful with an R-rating and still paved the way for the Academy award-nominated film “Logan“, […]
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I Feel Pretty Movie Review

I Feel Pretty: Writing-directing duo Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein make their feature film debut with the Amy Schumer-led film, I Feel Pretty. The film sees Schumer as Renee, an insecure woman who gains an extreme boost in her confidence after hitting herself in the head. Joining Schumer is Rory Scovel as Renee’s love interest, […]
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A Quiet Place Movie Review

It’s no secret that 2017 was an outstanding year for horror and genre films, a year which culminated in Academy awards for genre films Get Out and The Shape of Water. A Quiet Place looks to keep that momentum going as it is the first truly great horror film of 2018. Packed with as much […]

A Wrinkle In Time Movie Review

A Wrinkle In Time Movie Review 2018: Director Ava Duvernay is back, this time helming Disney’s live-action adaptation of Madeleine L’Engle’s book, A Wrinkle in Time.The famed director made history with this film when she became the first female African-American director to helm a live-action film with a budget of over $100 million and only […]
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Mother! Movie Review

All film is subjective. It’s an obvious thing to say, but a film like Mother! should come attached with a reminder of this. Darren Aronosky’s latest directorial effort will likely be one of the most divisive films of the year. However, it is also one of 2017’s most daring and powerful films. Mother! is not […]