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Review: Avengers: Endgame

I’m willing to admit that Marvel Studios did have a relative endgame in mind for their gigantic cinematic universe, albeit one heavily dependent on hollow pretext to drive its drama.

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Review: Love, Death & Robots

Bursting at the seams with violence, gore and nudity, it’s almost as though Love, Death & Robots was created solely to push the boundaries of what Netflix shows are allowed to do.

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Review: Captain Marvel

The significance of Captain Marvel has less to do with its cultural impact, and more to do with how a media behemoth like Disney will finally handle the first female protagonist in Marvel’s canon.

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Review: Ant-Man and the Wasp

Most of the unique identity from the first movie has been stripped away, leaving behind a bland, generic comedy movie that shares all the same problems of other Hollywood-produced comedies.

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Review: Avengers: Infinity War

Despite my familiarity with the MCU, the sheer breadth of Infinity War makes it impossible to get emotionally invested in the story.

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Review: Annihilation

Annihilation is both dreamy and nightmarish, complex yet universal, fascinating yet terrifying. It’s like a crossbreed between Aronofsky, Villeneuve and Cronenberg.

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Review: Star Wars: The Last Jedi

Surprisingly, I actually enjoyed this Star Wars movie! Despite the negative fan reception, The Last Jedi possesses all the ingredients to a worthwhile movie: a functional story, meaningful stakes and a compelling conflict.

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