Tag: Jeremy Irons

Zack Snyder Debuts Superman Clip at Justice Con

We finally have a look at Superman in his black suit. Midway through Zack Snyder’s panel at Justice Con – an online convention put together by fans to celebrate the Snyder Cut of Justice League – the filmmaker showed off a second clip from his long-awaited cut of the film, in which we get our ...

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REVIEW: Watchmen – Season 1, Episode 9, “See How They Fly”

HBO’s official description of “See How They Fly,” the Watchmen season (series?) finale, highlights one of the larger sticking points with the sequel series: “Everything ends. For real this time.” In trying to carve out a reason for itself to exist, Watchmen the show undermines the original...

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REVIEW: Watchmen – Season 1, Episode 8 “A God Walks into Abar”

“A God Walks into Abar” fills in plenty of Watchmen’s blanks, particularly the ones last week’s episode created when it revealed that Angela’s husband Cal is actually Doctor Manhattan. There are still elements that don’t make sense, and Angela remains a flat character, but it’s an ente...

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REVIEW: Watchmen – Season 1, Episode 7 “An Almost Religious Awe”

If nothing else, “An Almost Religious Awe” assures us that Watchmen is completely off its rocker. This show is bugnuts crazy, and while I imagine Damon Lindelof and the rest of the people behind it think making everything about race is a shortcut to gravitas and intellectualism, the lunacy and s...

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REVIEW: Watchmen – Season 1, Episode 5 “Little Fear of Lightning”

“Little Fear of Lightning” suggests that Watchmen’s best episodes will be the ones that aren’t focused on Angela Abar. This week puts Looking Glass under the… let’s got with “microscope,” and manages to be a marked improvement over the previous installment, and even a little better t...

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REVIEW: Watchmen – Season 1, Episode 4 “If You Don’t Like My Story Write Your Own”

This week’s episode of Watchmen is called “If You Don’t Like My Story Write Your Own” because of course it is. It’s smug, condescending, obnoxious, self-aware to a fault, and both an acknowledgment and dismissal of the audience dissatisfaction Damon Lindelof knew was coming. In other words...

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