Review: Dwayne Johnson’s ‘Hobbs & Shaw’ Is All Out ‘Fast and Furious’ Action

The road to Hobbs and Shaw has been filled with controversy. The film had a few bumps along its way to the big screen but the determination of Dwayne Johnson eventually got it green-lit. Dwayne Johnson got into a very public feud with fellow...

Bill Skarsgård Becomes The Joker For Robert Pattinson’s ‘The Batman’ In New Image

It: Chapter Two star Bill Skarsgard becomes The Joker for Robert Pattinson’s Batman trilogy in a cool new piece of fan art. Bill Skarsgard is best known for his role as Pennywise the Dancing Clown in New Line’s feature adaptation...

VIDEO: Henry Cavill Awkwardly Agrees That He’s Still Superman In New Interview

Justice League star Henry Cavill can’t talk about his future as Superman and that’s making things akward during his interviews at San Diego Comic-Con. Henry Cavill’s future as Kal-El in currently in doubt but the British actor will soon trade his...

‘The Lion King’ Review: Disney’s Newest Is Utterly Brilliant, Wholly Unnecessary

As a kid, I watched The Lion King constantly, restarting it once the credits hit until my parents would plead to watch something else or hide the tape. So, seeing Disney’s live-action remake, with my mom by my side, was quite the nostalgic, breathtaking...

‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ Review: The Web-Head Goes Global In A Perfect Superhero Film

The Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man does whatever he wants, and luckily for all of us, that means he wants to be in an amazing movie from time-to-time. Tom Holland’s Spider-Man: Far From Home, the 23rd film in the never-ending Marvel Cinematic Universe, feels too good...

‘Toy Story 4’ Review: Pixar Delivers Another Compelling, Hilarious Classic

Toy Story, the first-ever computer-animated feature, put Pixar on the map back in 1995, and now, 24 years later, Toy Story 4 is here to solidify their position as the preeminent animated storytellers. Starting with an action-packed flashback and endearing...

‘Men In Black: International’ Review: New Crew, Same Shades & Suits

The universe is a dangerous place full of infinite possibilities, so humanity is lucky that the Men in Black are there to protect them. Unfortunately, in a world where anything is possible, it seems that humans, especially in the summer...

‘X-Men: Dark Phoenix’ Review: Fox’s Mutants Hit The Big Screen For A Messy Finale

It makes sense for writer/director Simon Kinberg to utilize the Phoenix to end Fox’s X-Men franchise, but unfortunately, X-Men: Dark Phoenix comes across as a clunky conclusion that doesn’t necessarily do Marvel’s mutants justice. After a mysterious accident, Jean Grey’s (Sophie...

‘Godzilla: King Of The Monsters’ Review: The Beast Is Bigger Than Ever, But The Movie’s Just Okay

Destroying and protecting cities for over 50 years, Godzilla is one of the biggest film icons in the world. In Godzilla: King of the Monsters, the Kaiju beast is bigger and stronger than ever but writer/director Michael Dougherty successfully depicts...

REVIEW: ‘Swamp Thing’ Pilot Is A Frighteningly Promising Start

DC Universe’s third live-action series Swamp Thing debuts on Friday May 31, and fans who are eager to see a modern comic book television series embrace the horror genre full-stop are in luck. The pilot episode, directed by Len Wiseman (Live Free or...
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