The 10 Most Underrated Films of The Decade

As this amazing decade of cinema finally comes to end, time to look back at movies that might have fell through the cracks and deserved more appreciation. 10. Inherent vice Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson Paul Thomas Anderson is one of the masters of modern cinema and whenever someone mentions his best work, this film is…

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Why Henry Cavill Hasn’t said #ReleaseTheSnyderCut

ComicBook Debate Discusses #ReleaseTheSnyderCut and Henry Cavill’s comments on the movie. We discuss why his status as Superman is a huge why he hasn’t been as supportive as the other cast members.

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Titans Season 2 : A Disappointing Finale

(DISCLAIMER: This article contains major spoilers for Titans, Season 2 finale.) The Titans faced multiple threats this season, and all faced the skeletons in their closets. I was optimistic when the season began. The show seemed as if it was improving. But, I’ll be honest, I’m not happy. The season two premiere was a mismatched…

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A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood – Review

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood plays like a wonderfully trippy return to Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood, with powerful messages of hope embedded beneath Tom Hanks’ seamless performance of the legend, Fred Rogers. Directed By, Marielle Heller, A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood tells the real-life story of Fred Rogers and journalist Tom Junod. Inspired by the Esquire article, Can You Say…Hero?, A Beautiful…

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The Irishman – Review

The Irishman continues Martin Scorsese’s streak of cinematic masterpieces with brilliant directing, inspired performances by legendary actors Robert De Niro, and Al Pachino, and tragic themes that profoundly resonate.  The Irishman brings an all-star group of talent together in a love letter to crime and gangster film genre of old. Directed by one of the best minds…

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Why Is The Internet Obsessed With Bruce Wayne’s Money?

If you browse comic book twitter for long enough you’ll begin to see that many people have a lot to say about Bruce Wayne, and his methods. Many are critical on the way he spends his enormous wealth, and the way he handles his rouges gallery. But many do not go beyond the surface of…

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Orion: The Son of Two Worlds

Before “The Kryptonian” stood in Darkseid’s path, there was another powerhouse. In the galactic battle between supremacy and freedom, Orion stands between them. If the ancient Greek God of War “Ares” represented primeval battles of “god vs evil”, then the New God of War represents everything war now: complex. Arguably the champion of the epic…

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Knives Out – Review

Knives Out is an engaging and fun whodunit story, complete with excellent writing and a stellar ensemble cast. Director Rian Johnson puts his director and writer hats on for murder mystery that pays homage to the Agatha Christie while carving new ground and twists. The film stars an ensemble cast of Christopher Plummer, Daniel Craig Chris Evans, Ana de Armas,…

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Pokémon Sword and Shield – Review

Pokémon has been a prodigious staple of Nintendo consoles since the series launched with Red and Blue back in 1996. Twenty-three years and over thirty mainline installments later, Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield arrived on November 15th to the uproar of critical acclaim and the clamor of fan uncertainty. Not only have Sword and Shield…

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