Category Archives: Entropy

Bayhem!

1/10 Baydlem! PandeBayneum! Star Wars: The Last Jedi Transformers: The Last Knight is the crowning achievement of one of history’s worst filmmakers. It’s filled with the most sound and fury, it signifies the least. It is a critical mass of … Continue reading

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‘Cars 3’ is wonderful

9/10 In 2006, after an immaculate decade of releasing instant classic after instant classic, Disney Pixar released its first mediocre film. Cars, along with its numerous sequels and spinoffs, occupy an odd place in the studio’s hierarchy. Though they are, … Continue reading

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Bloodcurdling ‘It Comes at Night’ stands as the year’s best so far

10/10 It Comes at Night might have been filmed on a golden reel. After a zombie-esque plague rips through society, Paul (Joel Edgerton, who also executively produces) lives with his wife and son, Sarah and Travis (Carmen Ejogo and Kelvin … Continue reading

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‘Mummy’ is messy

3/10 The Mummy is the first entry in a series that had exciting potential, but instead turned into a pandering cluster that proves quality filmmaking isn’t a priority here. While looting in Iraq, reconnaissance officers Nick Morton (Tom Cruise) and … Continue reading

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‘Wonder Woman:’ the Good, the Bad and the Contextual

7/10 Wonder Woman is an uneven experience. At its worst, it’s frustrating and cliched and laugh-out-loud ridiculous, but at its best it’s majestic. In ancient times, after Ares awakened mankind’s warlike tendencies, Zeus created the amazons to appease them. The … Continue reading

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