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  • Incredibles 2

    Incredibles 2


    After much demand and anticipation, we finally have a follow-up to our favorite superheroes in the animated world. While Pixar has been more about creating original films, they've had their share of sequels. While the Cars wasn't exactly the film that anyone aside from little kids was wanting to see (though Cars 3 was a decent film), their other sequels proved quite good. The Toy Story trilogy is among the best film trilogies, and I find the upcoming Toy Story…

  • Doctor Strange

    Doctor Strange


    Like with Guardians of the Galaxy, Doctor Strange isn't your typical superhero movie. Beyond having the standard origin story, it is fairly unique compared to most films in the genre. Instead of iron suits, serums that give super strength and turning into a giant green monster, Doctor Strange gets more into the mystical as we see a character who is the Sorcerer Supreme that protects the Earth from more magical threats.

    Doctor Strange has been around since the 1960s. Starting…

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  • Gone Girl

    Gone Girl


    Acclaimed director David Fincher returns with another masterpiece. David Fincher has made plenty of great films over the years like Se7en, Fight Club, The Social Network and the American remake of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. His newest film is the mystery thriller Gone Girl, based on the book written by Gillian Flynn (who also pens the screenplay). Most of the time, Oscar worthy films usually don't appear until November and December. However, we have three that have plenty…

  • Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

    Sin City: A Dame to Kill For


    While Robert Rodriguez is mostly know these days for making plenty of kids films like the Spy Kid movies, he had also done his own fair share of ultra-violent fare. His most significant work to come from these films was 2005's Sin City, which is an adaptation of Frank Miller's graphic novels of the same name. Shot in black and white and done in a narrative structure similar to Pulp Fiction (different stories not told in chronological order), Sin City…