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Review: Atomic Blonde

Nothing is more fun than a good spy thriller. It is a genre so trite in its plot elements, yet so diverse in its tonal nuances. No two spy thrillers are ever the exact same; each one possesses its own

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Review: Spider-Man: Homecoming

It’s still surprising to think about it: Spider-Man has been rebooted three times now. Three. Despite being in movies for only fifteen years, it feels as though Spider-Man has been web-slinging for a lot longer than that. Next to Batman

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Review: Baby Driver

One, two, three, four! Click, snap, screech, vroom! Some movies seem to have their own rhythm, but none possess a groove quite like Baby Driver. It’s a jukebox musical for the everyday audiophile, one where characters literally tap, dance and move from

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Review: Wonder Woman

The summer of superheroes continues with Wonder Woman! Despite DC Entertainment’s abysmal track record with last year’s Batman v. Superman and Suicide Squad, Wonder Woman has released to a fanfare of praise. People seem particularly pleased with our main heroine, a warrior who is as strong

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Review: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Unlike most movies, it’s hard to organize Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 into a three-act structure. Even for the first installment, the story had five different main characters and gave each one a distinct character arc. With Vol. 2, the cast gets even

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Review: Logan

Between the two cinematic pillars of Marvel Studios and DC Entertainment exists the X-Men franchise. Considering the dominance of superhero flicks in today’s movie market, 20th Century Fox lucked out when they bought the film rights to X-Men in 1994.

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Review: John Wick: Chapter 2

I always get nervous for action sequels. They have the tough task of building on top of existing lore without undermining any previous installments. Everything has to be bigger and better, lest the fans become disappointed with the end result.

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