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  • Avengers: Infinity War

    Avengers: Infinity War


    "What did it cost?"

    A thrilling, exciting, and unexpectedly weighty installment from the MCU.

    Infinity War is undoubtedly one of the best film's to come from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, finally giving the villain Thanos the threat and gravitas his previous appearances have so desperately tried to convey.

    The action is grand and spectacular, the tragedy we see these characters encounter carries a weight and power previous films lacked, and even handles characters like the Guardians and Spider-Man far…

  • Ant-Man and the Wasp

    Ant-Man and the Wasp


    Lacking in any of the heart, creativity, visual sleekness, or humor of the first Ant-Man, the sequel is the poster child for the word generic.

    It's been a good awhile since a comic book movie left me feeling absolutely nothing for the entire runtime but Ant-Man & The Wasp sure broke that streak.

    Looking back on the film about three months later, I struggle to remember anything of note that stood out in the film outside of its factory processed and…

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  • Warcraft



    Warcraft is an interesting specimen because on one hand it completely (and unashamedly) embraces its source material and also does its best to tell a story that fans of high fantasy will embrace but will likely get a cold reception from most general audiences and film critics (and pretty much has here in the US). Strong performances, action, and an absolute love of the source material help carry the movie through its breakneck pace and lack of an actual ending.…

  • Wonder Woman

    Wonder Woman


    "I am Diana of Themyscira, daughter of Hippolyta. In the name of all that is good, your wrath upon this world is over.

    Wonder Woman is the fourth entry in the ever growing DC Expanded Universe (DCEU) and like one of it's predecessors, Man of Steel, serves to provide the updated origin story of one of the most iconic superheroes in history. Set in the backdrop of World War I (as Steve Trevor puts it "The war to end all…