Deadpool 2: Silly Sequel is Surprisingly Dark, Relentlessly Juvenile

Deadpool 2 poster

2 out of 5 stars (has some good moments, but is overall bad) Deadpool 2 is the first disappointment of 2018.  With a genius marketing campaign, hilarious trailers, and the prospect of seeing our favorite foul-mouthed antihero again, I was ready to dive head-on into this Pool.  Sadly, Deadpool 2 is a needlessly darker and sophomoric outing that emphasizes violent action over clever wit, making for a film that Continue Reading

Spidey’s Homecoming A Funny Throwback to 80’s Teen Films

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3.5 out of 5 stars (Above Average) I am getting tired of reboots.  Though some have been successful (The current Planet of the Apes franchise is consistently entertaining), many reboots serve only as ways for studios to make easy money off of a well-known property, with little regard for the quality of said film as long as it gets solid returns.  However, Spider-Man Homecoming is not another run-of-the-mill Continue Reading

4 Reasons to see Logan

5 out of 5 stars (One of the Best of its franchise) Logan is one of the most hyped superhero movies of this or any year, with brilliant marketing, a fan-praised hard-R rating, and the final performance by Hugh Jackman in the role of most people’s favorite superhero.  It is an emotional night for me as I compose this list, as Logan exceeded my abnormally high expectations and made me cry as the end credits Continue Reading

X-plosions Abound in Newest Installment of Marvel Franchise

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3 out of 5 stars (average) Despite the seriousness of its title, “X-Men: Apocalypse” is one of the goofier entries in the ongoing franchise of films centering on the X-Men, a group of super powered people lead by Professor Charles Xavier (James McAvoy) as they fight oppression from fearful humans as well as Xavier’s old friend Magneto (Michael Fassbender).  This time around, the mutants must defeat a villain Continue Reading