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  • Skyscraper



    Skyscraper: What if Dwayne Johnson, but this time... in a really tall building... that's on fire.

    Director Rawson Marshall Thurber's film is no where near as fun as Dwayne Johnson's other action film earlier this year, "Rampage." However, it is a bit more tense, because this time he has to save his family. However, the biggest difference between this film and something like "Die Hard" is the every-man. John McClane is just a person. He can get hurt, and…

  • Tomb Raider

    Tomb Raider


    Tomb Raider: It's pretty much just one long cinematic video game cutscene.

    Director Roar Uthaug's "Tomb Raider" is easily the best film adaptation of the video game, but that isn't saying very much. This film has moments, but the plot pacing and dialogue were so poorly written that it ruined any chance of a good movie. There are a couple action sequences that are truly fun to watch. However, like a video game, these sequences become repetitive elements throughout.…

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  • Batman Ninja

    Batman Ninja


    Batman Ninja:

    Have you ever wondered if Batman could be done in a cheesier, yet infinitely more fun way than the 1966 version? Well look no further because "Batman Ninja" is here.

    The things that are great about Junpei Mizusaki's film might be off-putting for some. However, fans of the absurdity that can happen in a comic book or an anime will be mighty pleased after viewing this. The film is certainly not shy of anime/comic cliches, in fact…

  • Incredibles 2

    Incredibles 2


    Incredibles 2:
    I, like many others, have been waiting 14 years for this movie... AND IT WAS TOTALLY INCREDIBLE (pun intended)

    Writer and director Brad Bird beautifully recaptures everything that made the first one so great. It's a superhero film. It's a comedy. It's a drama. It's a film about family. It's the first Pixar sequel in quite sometime that feels just as good as its predecessor.

    The dynamics of the family are very well used. Bird writes all…