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  • Avengers: Infinity War

    Avengers: Infinity War

    ★★★½

    While it's impressive how well this film merges the various Marvel universes, I found very little drama in this outing, and thus, no concern over how it might end. Part of this, no doubt, was due to knowing it was merely part 1 of a pair, thus knowing that anything seemingly resolved in this film would have an opportunity to be unresolved. Another was the seeming indestructibility of a Thanos who only grows less and less vulnerable as the film…

  • Fatal Termination

    Fatal Termination

    ★★★★

    This one takes awhile to get going, but once Moon Lee's daughter is hung out the window of a speeding car by her hair during a wild downtown car chase, the action never lets up. As Mike Gingold said after the film, everyone involved in that scene belongs in jail.

    Also starring Simon Yam, Robin Shou and a terrifically evil Philip Ko.

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  • Suicide Squad

    Suicide Squad

    ★★★★

    I understand there are a lot of Haters. I have not read any reviews as of yet, so I'm not sure what the fuss is about. That said, I don't know the source material either... is a comparison to that what critics are taking issue with? All I know is that I enjoyed this, and thought the characters, FX, performances and basic premise, were all very good to excellent. Hell, Will Smith, Margot Robbie and Jared Leto's performances alone made…

  • Vinyl

    Vinyl

    ★★★★

    Pretty damned near brilliant. Director Zweig interviews, nay - psycho-analyzes, and CROSS-EXAMINES - record collectors in an effort to understand the roots of his own obsessiveness, loneliness and feelings of self-loathing. Among the collectors he's interviews are Harvey Pekar, Guy Madden and Bruce La Bruce, though nobody is identified in the film. But make no mistake, some of these collectors are quite sick... more hoarders than collectors, allowing their obsessions to paint their lives into a frighteningly dark and cluttered…