Category: Reviews

REVIEW: The Maze Runner: The Death Cure (2018)

The Maze Runner: The Death Cure centers around Thomas and the remaining Gladers six months after the demoralizing events of the previous film, with Thomas chasing down the whereabouts of their captive friend. Meanwhile, Teresa is searching frantically for the titular cure. The script and story of De...

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REVIEW: Stratton (2018)

Stratton didn’t have to be bad. There are some moments where you can see the skeleton of what could have been a competently made espionage action film. It also has a fantastic cast, led by the incredibly talented and underrated Dominic Cooper. The problem with this film is completely and utte...

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REVIEW: Bright (2017)

Bright is a fantasy action film directed by David Ayer, with a script by Max Landis. The story follows two cops, Ward and Jakoby, in a world where the fantastical is reality, and has been for thousands of years. Jakoby is the first Orc cop, and Ward doesn’t want to be partnered with one of &hellip...

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REVIEW: Beyond Skyline (2017)

Beyond Skyline is a sci-fi sequel to the 2010 original. Frank Grillo plays an LAPD officer who has to survive an alien invasion, protect his family, and perhaps find a way to bring the alien threat down. The performances in Beyond Skyline are fine. Frank Grillo plays a convincing badass in everythin...

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REVIEW: Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017)

I didn’t like The Force Awakens. I hated its refusal to explain its central conflict, its misuse of – and seeming distaste for – the classic characters (one in particular), its disappointing villain, its endless dangling story threads, and, most of all, its replicating the entire plot of A New...

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REVIEW: “Crisis on Earth-X” DC/CW Crossover Miniseries

Last year’s big DC/CW crossover, “Invasion!” was a triumph, uniting the heroes of four comic book series for a massive adventure that was fun while furthering each of the show’s arcs (some more than others). It also managed to leave behind most of the shows’ individual weaknesses and, in s...

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