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Review: Spider-man – Homecoming (2017)

The best Spider-man yet! By Derek Sante follow Derek Spider-man once again cleans up the streets of Queens, thanks to a layup from the lovely people and Marvel, Captain America Civil War and Iron Man himself, Robert Downey Jr. Spider-man gets a much younger and likable Peter Parker thanks to …

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Review: Alien Covenant (2017)

We can give Ridley Scott one thing: he is very consistent, and in the case of Alien: Covenant, that is quite the double-edged sword. Taking place ten years after the events of Prometheus, we follow the crew of the Covenant who are on a mission to colonize a far-off planet with their …

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Review: The Wall (2017)

Ditching the high-budget bombast of his previous work, director Doug Liman (Edge of Tomorrow, Mr. and Mrs. Smith) has put together a minimalist production that would make early work like Swingers look well funded. The Wall, starring Aaron Taylor-Johnson and John Cena, is a war drama that ditches the typical epic tone and opts …

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Review: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (2017)

Marvel Studios has gotten . . . odd. After starting things off with the relatively down to earth Iron Man (2008) and quickly building up to The Avengers (2012) with notable characters like the Hulk, Thor, and Captain America, everything seemed to be heading down a pretty logical course for the studio. Then, …

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Review: Their Finest (2017)

Magical chemistry abounds in Lone Scherfig’s Their Finest, a british foray intol love, war and the poetry behind early cinema. Taking place in 1940 England, where life and property are simply another odd chance off for German bombers, we find a strong and charasmatic married woman that wills herself onward. …

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Review: The Lost City of Z (2017)

The story of explorers becoming transfixed by the wonders (and rubber industry) of the Amazon has almost become its own sub-genre at this point. With the likes of Fitzcarraldo, Embrace of the Serpent, and Aguirre, the Wrath of God, it also contains some of the most brilliantly realized films in cinematic history. Sure, …

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