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Director Luc Beeson attempts to bring the epic comic of Valerian and Laureline to the big screen, however, the adaptation is devoid of all life and...
Five years after Dawn of The Planet of the Apes, Caesar (Andy Serkis) and his fellow apes are pursued by a ruthless Colonel.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe's iteration of Spider-Man is filled with adrenaline and laughs. It's the perfect fit for the MCU.
Frank Darabont has created another successful adaptation while making it his own work. The Mist is a tight and tense experience that will draw you in...
Baby (Ansel Elgort) is a getaway driver for an underground crime ring. He's indebted to the ringleader, Doc (Kevin Spacey).
The Mist is a chillingly atmospheric novel. It may not be Stephen King's best, but the world he creates here has a horrifying feel.
The CGI addition to the Resident Evil universe movie stays true to the series and delivers an exciting and enjoyable ride from start to finish.
Wonder Woman may be the most important superhero film to have ever come out, and it earns that praise.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 successfully builds on the characters introduced in the first film. The laughs and action make this a great MCU...
DC Animation has done it again. Teen Titans: The Judas Contract, the thirtieth release in the DC Animated Universe maintains the tradition of amazing...
All our favorite stuff is getting a big budget adaptation. Power Rangers is the latest 90's franchise to get that treatment.
During this issue, both Carole Danvers and Jessica Jones must answer the question: “what are you willing to sacrifice?"
During a trip to meet his girlfriend’s parents for the first time, Chris (Daniel Kaluuya) finds himself in familiar territory. He is black, and...
Unable to deal with the magical nature surrounding an epidemic of panic-induced murders, The Justice League is at the end of its rope.
In the midst of R-rated adaptations and "dark and gritty" reboots, 'The LEGO Batman Movie' succeeds by being funny and poking fun at the Dark Knight.