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‘The Dark Knight’ 10 years later

It’s the Citizen Kane of superhero movies. That comparison gets thrown around a little more often than it should, but it’s completely appropriate in this case. Citizen Kane in 1941 was really the movie that alerted mass audiences to the … Continue reading

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‘Bright’ is spectacular, but don’t take my word for it

8/10 Bright is an urgent, richly woven film about one bad night in Los Angeles anchored by two sure-handed lead actors. In the world of Bright, orcs, elves and fairies have existed alongside humans since the age of magic thousands … Continue reading

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Applying Chaos Theory: Rogue One’s got jokes

Oh, wow. Suddenly, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, this PG-13 movie about a desperate suicide mission, something much darker than the Star Wars franchise has ever approached, is looking pretty cute. By my count, that’s four snappy one-liners in just 1:35, almost … Continue reading

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On Heath Ledger, Jared Leto and revisionist history

Give him a chance! You can’t judge until you’ve seen the movie! He won an Oscar, for Pete’s sake! People were upset about Heath Ledger’s casting, too! I’ve been hearing things like this for more than a year now. This … Continue reading

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Applying chaos theory: An introduction to trailer analysis

We’re going to start reviewing high profile trailers on this site, and I’ll tell you the reason. It’ll get more clicks. That’s it. That’s the reason. The reason it won’t be trashy bullshit is because of how far movie trailers have … Continue reading

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