This film is the culmination of 17 years of berserker fury, emotional despair, and amnesiatic turmoil rolled into a two and a half hour film.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is a fresh take on a classic film franchise that proudly lives up to the standards of it's predecessors.
Moana is the latest and greatest in a string of excellent Disney animated films. A must watch for all but especially of those of Pacific Island descent.
Does Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them recapture the magic that made the Harry Potter films so great?
The DC Entertainment Universe adds it's latest addition in David Ayer's Suicide Squad. Does DC bounce back from it's BvS disappointment? No. It doesn't.
Ariel and Mike breakdown their thoughts of the latest entry into the MCU, Captain America: Civil War! Warning: Spoilers ahead!
Civil War is in theaters and we finally get to see what all the hype is about! Check out this spoiler-free review on this superhero showdown film.
Batman v. Superman is a dark, dreary, humorless movie that can't get by on crazy visuals and a stand out performance.
Fox's Deadpool is as witty and violent as it's titular character. You won't be disappointed (but maybe a little disgusted).
Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is all about making a fun zombie comedy movie that juxtaposes the pomp and circumstance of the original property.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens has the potential to be the biggest movie of all time. Did it live up to that hype?
Michael is finally back with the rundown on some of the biggest indie titles of the last few weeks. Which are worth your time (and money) and which should be left on the racks?
Is Crimson Peak worth a Halloween weekend movie watch?
Matt Damon and Ridley Scott work together to give us one of the best films of the year.
Hector guest posts about some Secret War tie-ins you should be checking out!
It's another week of books and Michael has the lowdown on what you should be picking up!
@TURB0 is here to provide a weekly top 3 spoiler free recommendation of Secret Wars tie-ins!
If you've been on board for the first two issues (I have) then there's no point jumping off now. Soule keeps layering more and more backstory into his version of a world where the Civil War never ended.
Remender has created an exciting world with compelling characters and wrapped it into a tight thirty page debut issue. Tokyo Ghost is definitely worth checking out when it hits shelves September 16th.
Maybe this is burying the lede, but this is the book of the week. If you've been waiting to try a book that isn't just about superheroics, then this is it. Coming in at a whopping 80 pages (with a reasonable $6.99 price tag) this book pulls no punches.
Bruce Wayne without Batman is an interesting concept and the highest praise would be that by the end of the issue, I really wanted to see this continue. Gordon as Batman works. Bruce Wayne does deserve a better life. Snyder and Capullo give us the comic we never knew we wanted but die-hard fans will definitely appreciate.
The script does what any good sci-fi endeavor should attempt to do, take a single high-concept - "The Beauty" - and explore its logical consequences.
"To sum up, this movie isn't nearly as bad as the press would lead you to believe. However, it is clearly a hack job which a majority of fans and critics will see through immediately."