Tag Archives: Sherlock

Captain America: Actually, Quite Civil

Captain America: Civil War isn’t officially an Avengers movie, but I already wish they’d kept Joss Whedon to direct it. In many ways, Civil War is The Avengers: Age of Ultron Part 2. In the direct aftermath of that movie and the disaster in Sokovia, the New … Continue reading

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Black Mass’ fiction less interesting than reality

Black Mass is one of those frustrating biopic movies that makes a big deal out of how it’s based on a true story but doesn’t really tell the true story on which it is based. It doesn’t tell a story at … Continue reading

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The title is referring to the game of imitating other movies that have won Oscars because that’s what this whole exercise was really about

The Imitation Game is disheartening. It is a movie to be angry about and disappointed in, but also one which should never have been expected to be any better. The movie is a biography of the sexy, new interpretation of Sherlock Holmes … Continue reading

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