Ant-Man And The Wasp-Review

Ant-Man And The Wasp is the latest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and a continuation of the Ant-Man sub franchise, Peyton Reed returns to direct the very safe, almost generic sequel. Ant-Man And The Wasp takes place after the events of Captain America: Civil War but before the apocalyptic events of Avengers: Infinity War.…

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One Year Later, Wonder Woman Remains a Masterpiece

The year is 2008. The Dark Knight, the second flick in Christopher Nolan’s expertly crafted Dark Knight Trilogy, has just premiered in theaters, to resounding positive response from fans and critics alike. The picture is a stunning piece of filmmaking, not only from a technological standpoint but from the perspective of the acting, directing and…

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Solo: A Star Wars Story – Review

Despite the behind the scenes drama, Ron Howard was able to make Solo: A Star Wars Story one of the most enjoyable Star Wars films to date. Solo: A Star Wars Story is not needed, and it wasn’t asked for, but that didn’t stop it from being an enjoyable ride of a film. With the behind…

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The Girl We Left Behind: David Fincher’s Incomplete Dragon Tattoo Trilogy

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo deserved better. David Fincher’s adaptation of the popular Swedish novel is his most underrated movie yet; although it was critically praised and did moderately well at the box office—oh yeah, and got Rooney Mara a Best Actress nomination—it still wasn’t enough to continue the trilogy. Disappointed is an understatement.…

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Top Ten Comic Book Films of All Time

ComicBook Debate has grown a lot over the past 3 years. What started in 2015 as an idea among four brothers transformed into a worldwide team of 38 writers, artists and editors. The one thing that binds us all together is our love for superheroes, comic books and comic book films. Featuring talent from all over the world that…

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Batman Ninja- Review

BATMAN NINJA, directed by Junpei Mizusaki, is DC’s latest animated feature, and stars the voicing talent of Roger Craig Smith (Bruce Wayne/Batman), Grey DeLisle (Selina Kyle/Catwoman), Tony Hale (The Joker), and many more. The film follows the Bat-family and Batman’s rogues as they’re transported across space and time from present day Gotham City to feudal Japan. 

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Avengers: Infinity War – Review

Dread it. Run from it. Destiny still arrives. Avengers: Infinity War is one of the most unique, thrilling, action packed, and tonally balanced films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Ten years and 18 films of universe building, character dynamics, and memorable stories have led to this gigantic film. Avengers: Infinity War is certainly different. It dodges many…

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The Legacy of Superman: 80 Years of The Man of Steel

“Doomed Planet. Desperate Scientists. Last Hope. Kindly Couple. Superman” – All Star Superman Superman, created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster, has had a profound impact on popular culture since his debut on April 18th, 1938, 80 years ago today. His rise in popularity over the decades has evolved into a legacy that is truly remarkable,…

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A Quiet Place- Review

A QUIET PLACE is directed by John Krasinski, and stars married couple John Krasinski and Emily Blunt as the main leads. The film follows Lee (Krasinski), Evelyn (Blunt) and their three children as they try to navigate themselves in an eerie post-apocalyptic world dominated by terrifying creatures that are hyper-receptive to sound. This film took…

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Batman v Superman: When Critics Don’t Like Change

Originally published on 4/9/16. This past Wednesday I went to see Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice for a second time—despite what the general consensus said, I came out enjoying the movie—and while I watched the slow-mo opening credits of the death of Thomas and Martha Wayne, I found myself crying. Not because of their tragic…

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A Wrinkle in Time – Review

Based on the novel by Madeleine L’Engle, A Wrinkle in Time challenges existing paradigms regarding what it means to be different or the same. It leaves behind some the denser material that defined the philosophy of the book, but keeps the intended spirit of the book. Fans of the novel may be skeptical at first,…

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