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When you announce your new “smash hit” film franchise, maybe stay humble for a bit… until you actually succeed. Somewhere in modern-day Iraq, American soldier Nick (Tom Cruise) lures his recon buddy Chris (Jake Johnson) out to a remote village … Continue reading
At long last: we can rank a DCEU superhero movie over some of the best the MCU has to offer… and actually mean it. Somewhere in the Louvre Museum in Paris, France, a courier delivers a briefcase to the offices … Continue reading
A film for fans who don’t want the ride to end. “The Dutchman must have a Captain” we were all told, and Will Turner (Orlando Bloom) willingly took on that role to ferry the dead at sea into the afterlife; … Continue reading
With zero surprises, the alternate-universe origin story of Alien expands. After the colony ship Covenant suffers damage due to an unforeseen anomaly on-route to a new homeworld, their “synthetic” named Walter (Michael Fassbender, suspiciously) wakes the crew to attend to … Continue reading
Paraphrasing from director James Gunn: if Vol. 1 was about finding your family, Vol. 2 is about holding it together. After completing a mission for The Sovereign, the Guardians of the Galaxy find themselves in hot water after Rocket (voice … Continue reading
Neither “The Six Million Dollar Man” nor “The Bionic Woman” ever saw this coming. In a very likely future made possible by Hanka Robotics, biomechanical upgrades to humanity have been commonplace. They have one miracle yet to accomplish — the … Continue reading
Remember how you felt at the end of that 2001 Tim Burton remake of Planet of the Apes starring Mark Wahlberg? Onboard the International Space Station, a crew of six astronauts (Hiroyuki Sanada, Ryan Reynolds, Rebecca Ferguson, Jake Gyllenhaal, Olga … Continue reading