Monthly Archives: August 2015

‘American Ultra’ Review

Never in a million years would I have thought a movie with Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart could be funny. For the most part, I was very wrong. American Ultra follows the story of Mike and his girlfriend Phoebe, two

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‘The Man from U.N.C.L.E.’ Review

With Kingsman and Mission: Impossible coming before it, and with Spectre soon to follow, The Man from U.N.C.L.E. is helping to make 2015 the year of the spy movie. The Man from U.N.C.L.E. is a 60s spy flick that follows

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How 2016 Will Revitalize Superhero Movies

With the arrival (and collapse) of the Fantastic Four reboot, we’ve officially reached the end of 2015’s slate of superhero movies. While it’s been a decent year for superheroes, 2016 looks to be one of the best years on record

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‘Fantastic Four’ Review

Rebooting a property is often seen as the best way to kick start a dead franchise. Other times, however, it just seems like beating a dead horse. Guess which way this reboot goes. Fantastic Four tells the tale of five

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‘Deadpool’ Green Band Trailer & Reaction

Several weeks after it premiered at Comic-Con, we finally get to see two brand new trailers for Deadpool! One is a green band trailer, which will play in front of Fantastic Four this weekend, and the other is an R-rated

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‘Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation’ Review

If history has taught us anything about franchises, it’s that you have to keep them good to keep bringing people into the theater. Any movie series that reaches a fourth or fifth installment is bound to start running out of

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‘Paper Towns’ Review

I really like most of John Green’s books; so naturally, I was looking forward to Paper Towns. The Fault in Our Stars, I thought, was pretty well done, and I was interested to see what direction they’d take this vastly

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