Sure, traditional superheroes have successfully made the leap from comics to the big screen, however when it comes to manga, the success rate has been
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I have a guilty pleasure when it comes to romantic comedies, I'll admit it. I've seen 50 First Dates, My Best Friend's Wedding, and Bridget Jones's Diary
While settling into to watch Netflix's latest limited-series Russian Doll, we didn't have a lot of advance knowledge about it. We'd heard something about
There's nothing at all wrong with moderate-budget/limited-cast science fiction films that are more thought experiments than robots and explosions. So
Netflix's latest feature film release, Polar, is an enjoyable carnival ride of violence and mayhem that will directly appeal to fans of the Smokin' Aces
There are few filmmakers as frustrating as M. Night Shyamalan - he has some considerable talents in creating an interesting premise, and his technical
HISTORY latest series Project Blue Book is the latest in the science-fiction family of shows that revolves around a partner team setting out to uncover
Bird Box is one of those films that just appeared relatively out of nowhere on the top of Netflix's, "suggested for you" listing. Sure, another horror
Remember that moment of shock on watching X-Men: First Class and walking out of the theater and thinking, wow, that was actually really good? That's about
Warner Bros. has managed to pull off another perfectly serviceable entry into their DC Extended Universe of films with Aquaman. Is it great or memorable?
Let's be honest, since the first trailers started to emerge, Mortal Engines has seemed to be a film that the studio had no idea how to sell to audiences.
In most cases, that headline might seem like ridiculous hyperbole, but when it comes to Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, the film is simply the best
Ralph Breaks the Internet is delightful, charming, has more heart than Ready Player One, and a better internal logic than Tron: Legacy. In short, it's a
If you've seen the trailer for the latest take on the Robin Hood story, you have to have some inkling of what you're about to get into. Anyone looking for
Readers of this are going to wonder- is it true? Is Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald as lackluster and joyless as the prior films? We can cut