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SPOILER REVIEW: A Second Perspective On ‘Batman v Superman’

SPOILER REVIEW: A Second Perspective On ‘Batman v Superman’

Batman v Superman has become one of the most divisive comic book films ever made. It’s not a fans vs critics thing, which WB would have you believe. Professional film critics overwhelming have issues with the movie, while “some” fans overlook the issues with open arms. Most of the fans I’ve talked to completely understand the

‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ (2016) Film Review

To say that Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice is one of the most highly anticipated comic book movies of all time is an understatement. The movie marks the first cinematic meeting between Batman and Superman, the first film iteration of Wonder Woman, AND it lays the groundwork for the DC Extended Universe. So, this movie is extremely

‘The Martian’ (2015) Film Review

After redefining science fiction with movies such as Alien and Blade Runner, acclaimed filmmaker Sir Ridley Scott returns to the genre with The Martian, a survival tale starring Matt Damon as an astronaut who is stranded on Mars. Scott has had a hit-and-miss filmography in recent years – both Robin Hood and Exodus: Gods and Kings

‘Fantastic Four’ (2015) Film Review

[Warning: The Following Contains SPOILERS From Fantastic Four.] After two lukewarmly-received movies released a few years ago, 20th Century Fox put into development a reboot of the Fantastic Four franchise. This new take on the iconic Marvel Comics mythos assembled an impressive lineup of young, up-and-coming actors, such as Michael B. Jordan and Miles Teller.

‘The Divergent Series: Insurgent’ Film Review

“Insurgent” is a horrendous film from beginning to end. Some good performances save this film from the bowels of bad movie immortality. “Insurgent” is a jumbled up mess and full of stutter steps. It seems as if this movie actually tries to be something, but whatever that ‘something’ is, simply is not good, and you

‘Kingsman: The Secret Service’ Film Review

“Kingsman: The Secret Service” is a hyper violent, crude, in your face at all times and a somewhat interesting movie. This flick is full of twists and turns that really amount to nothing, and the end isn’t really paid off in a satisfactory way. “Kingsman: The Secret Service” is ‘James Bond’ on steroids. It takes