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Is the new Spider-Man flick about Peter Parker and his surprising new powers? Or is it nothing more than a Tony Stark-MCU sideshow?
“Baby Driver” is in some ways an audiophile’s perspective on life as reimagined in a visual format.
Warner Brothers storytellers, director Patty Jenkins get it right in near-perfect cinematic launch of Princess Diana, one of DC's most enduring superheroes
Introduced in the 1940s as a “progressive” counterpart to Superman and Batman, Wonder Woman has endured as a major superhero character ever since. (Pt. 1 of 2)
Ridley Scott’s visual and symbolic storytelling achieves a new peak. But is that enough to hold audience interest and move the “Alien” franchise ahead?
Goofy “Guardians” humor saves the action film genre from an impending excess of High Seriousness. ("Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2" movie review: Part 1 of 2)
Starring Keanu Reeves, Wick’s latest adventure solidifies both the character and franchise’s action film credentials with a nod toward B-movie ideals. Laurence Fishburne also stars.
Starring Amy Adams and Jeremy Renner and directed by Denis Villeneuve, “Arrival” focuses on a novel concept involving the juncture of time and language.
Slowly rolled out around the turn of this year, “La La Land” as a revival of the film musical isn’t perfect. But it seems to be touching a 21st century nostalgia chord.
Jeff Nichols’ deeply introspective film "Loving" moves beyond a landmark 1960s Civil Rights case and gets up close and personal with the human beings at its heart.