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  • Spider-Man: Homecoming

    Spider-Man: Homecoming

    ★★★

    The third time is the charm for the friendly neighborhood Web-head, who's been rebooted (yet again) back to his roots as a dorky teenage science genius. This "new" Spidey is still trying to fit in at his high school while tangling with a gang of crooks led by The Vulture (Michael Keaton) who use stolen alien tech to create super weapons. Cameos by Iron Man, Captain America, and of course Stan "The Man" Lee add to the fun. This 21st…

  • Deep Red

    Deep Red

    ★★½

    A British musician living in Rome witnesses the brutal murder of a psychic, then teams up with a lady reporter to uncover the killer's identity and stop the string of deaths that follow.
    Dario Argento's mix of European arthouse visuals and American grindhouse gore is nice to look at but as usual, the story becomes a confused muddle pretty quickly. That may be due to the fact that the version I watched was the U.S. "theatrical" cut (1 hr, 40…

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  • Garfield Gets Real

    Garfield Gets Real

    Awkward looking CGI toon with the famed cat accidentally stumbling out of the comic pages and into the "real" world, then trying to find his way back "home." The tone is shrill, the animation sucks and its loaded with annoyingly unfunny new characters. My 7 year old thought it was funny but sitting thru this one will be a chore for anyone older than that.

  • The Fantastic Four

    The Fantastic Four

    ★★

    Roger Corman's ultra-cheap film version of the Marvel Comics series follows Reed, Johnny, Ben and Sue as they gain their super powers during a failed space mission, then battle the evil Doctor Doom and a subterranean villain called "The Jeweler."

    This flick was made on a shoestring budget and then was shelved permanently, merely so that the producers could maintain their film rights to the FF property. It's never been officially released and I've been wanting to see it for…