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‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’: Review (Non-Spoiler)

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Arguably the most anticipated movie of the summer is Marvel’s ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’. After appearing in last year’s ‘Captain America: Civil War’, this time this marks everybody’s favorite web slinger’s first solo film without a feature in the Marvel Universe. Currently, ‘The Avengers Tower’ is in

‘War For The Planet of the Apes’: Review

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Conceptually imagined as a prequel trilogy taking place before the original Planet of the Apes films (and yet somehow a fourth is apparently in the planning stages), these new films have slowly evolved into the best theatrical film franchise of the modern world. While it

‘Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie’: Review

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Everybody’s favorite childhood series has officially hit the big screen. ‘Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie’ features an all star cast with some exceptional animation techniques. The film gives audiences a quick-witted visual gags and celebrating the power of youthful imagination. Enhanced by a stellar voice

‘Transformers: The Last Knight’: Review

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Is Michael Bay the worst director working in Hollywood today? Popular opinion would have you believe the man was a modern-day Ed Wood, a blockbuster helmsman with little talent, zero-panache and a truckload of bad habits. Whilst it may be true that Bay’s cinematic style

‘Despicable Me 3’: Review

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Gru is back with the Minions in the third installment of the ‘Despicable Me’ franchise. But this time, there’s a twist there’s 2 Grus, Gru is side by side with his twin brother Dru. In this new film there’s less Minions than past sequels but a

‘All Eyez On Me’: Review

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First of all congratulations to all Tupac fans, you finally have a Tupac Shakur biopic, but sadly this where the good ends.  If there were ever a disjointed made-for-BET R-rated movie, it would be this.  This film is a collection of montages that never seems

‘Cars 3’: Review

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Before Cars was releasedback in 2006 the animation studio has been breaking in boundaries in areas of animation. When The Incredibles came out in 2004 it seemed that the studio had reached its zenith, so when it was announced that Cars was coming out there was

‘The Mummy’: Review

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Looks like Warners Bros now doesn’t have a reason to sue Universal for the Dark Universe name because this universe is DOA Directed by first-time director Alex Kurtzman, The Mummy stars Tom Cruise, Russell Crowe, Annabelle Wallis, and Sofia Boutella. The first entry in the

‘Wonder Woman’: Review

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Judging from the poor receptions from DC’s and Warner Bros with ‘Batman V Superman’ and ‘Suicide Squad’ all eyes were on ‘Wonder Woman’ to see if the franchises could finally get it right and the answer yes they did, ‘Wonder Woman’ is the best by

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