Our review of the filmmaker’s existential war picture
The other day, I saw someone (don’t ask me who) on Twitter make the claim that the current iteration of the once long-lived Planet of the Apes franchise was one of the most thoughtful set of blockbusters we currently have. I pondered that, trying to find something that might challenge this lofty claim. Given how […]
Universal’s new shared universe gets off to a dreadful start
In the critical world, it’s not exactly high praise to say Wonder Woman is Warner Bros. and DC’s best film in the recent line-up, given the poor reactions to both Batman v. Superman and Suicide Squad. So to get the obvious out of the way first: yes, Wonder Woman is the best, by far.
Does this highly anticipated sequel live up to its mega-popular first entry? Find out in our review!
Our review of the newest Wolverine solo feature finds that it’s finally the film the character deserves
Our Entertainment Editor, Kyle Pinion, selects the 10 best films of the year
For just about every potential good moment it flirts with, Rogue One trips over itself with senselessly poor decisions and a breakneck pace when it really could have used some time to allow this feisty little team time to marinate.
Our review of Marvel Studios’ fourteenth feature
The lackluster super-villain team-up fails to provide the spark needed to cap off WB’s rough 2016