In the pantheon of superheroes, you can make an argument that most everyone does not need to see the origins of certain heroes anymore –… Read More »Late to the Premiere Review: Superman: Man of Tomorrow
“The Outpost” is a harrowing portrait of the United States’ Afghanistan follies and strategy, as well as a brilliant depiction of bravery, camaraderie and humanity… Read More »Late to the Premiere Review: The Outpost
If you’re hungry for pulse-pounding action, brilliant fight choreography, good characters and a straight-forward and fairly basic story, “Extraction” starring Chris Hemsworth on Netflix is… Read More »Late to the Premiere Review: Extraction
Based on the comic series/graphic novel by Greg Rucka and Leandro Fernandez, “The Old Guard” is a well-done and entertaining action film that may not… Read More »Late to the Premiere reviews: “The Old Guard”
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I finally got around to watching “Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn” or “Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey” or “Birds… Read More »Late to the Premiere reviews: “Birds of Prey” is a fun film full of rompy comic book action
Wonder Woman” faced an enormous task: save the DCEU and do justice for the most iconic female superhero ever in her first major motion picture. … Read More »Does “Wonder Woman” restore DC’s sense of cinematic wonder?