“Men in Black: International” Review

Sony once more mistakes the tech for the talent of remaking its familiar properties. Men in Black: International has all the decadence of numerous alien creatures, intergalactic technology, and plenty of well-dressed agents trying to keep the secret space alien populace in the shadows. But there’s not much of that Continue Reading

“Dark Phoenix” Review

The Dark Phoenix Saga I always found to be the most confusing of X-Men arcs when I watched it on the animated series. The good news is that this theatrical adaptation does away with a lot of excesses, filtering out all the extra sci-fi silliness and favoring a firmer focus Continue Reading

“Avengers: Endgame” Review

After all the chaos and confusion in the universe-shaking Infinity War, along comes Avengers: Endgame to, yes, bring about the final battle of Avengers versus Thanos but also reflect on just how far the Marvel Cinematic Universe has come. After 21 films and 11 years of superhero films that spanned Continue Reading

“Captain Marvel” Review

Captain Marvel joins a long line of Marvel Comics heroes with their own solo movies. But her origins are more unique. It’s not just because her story weaves into the greater expanse of the intergalactic Marvel movie landscape. It’s not just because her origins are established in the setting of Continue Reading

“Alita: Battle Angel” Review

A long time ago, I heard tell of James Cameron stating his desires to make a movie based off the manga and anime Battle Angel: Alita. I doubted it. This was the era where there was also news swirling of a Neon Genesis Evangelion movie. Cameron still seemed committed to Continue Reading

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