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Movie Review: Logan (2017)

For those thinking that Hugh Jackman’s final exit from the Wolverine character would be nothing but an exercise in the same origins story told twice before (and fairly poorly, I might add), prepare to be pleasantly surprised with Logan. This departure from the regular superhero comic book (okay, graphic novel, if you will) adaptation takes…

Movie Trailer: Logan (2017)

Yes, even Father Time catches up to Wolverine. In what is expected to be Hugh Jackman’s last go as the taloned anti-hero, Wolverine has markedly aged in the upcoming Logan. That of course doesn’t mean he can’t dish out cold Adamantium justice though. With the X-Men gone and Professor Charles Xavier suffering Alzheimer’s, Logan must…

Movie Review: Deadpool (2016)

I, for one, never thought there could ever be a more sarcastic super hero than Spider-Man, but boy, was I mistaken. Tim Miller, in his directorial debut (although he was creative supervisor on “Scott Pilgrim vs. the World”) finally finishes up, Deadpool, a concept nearly eight years in the can. Deadpool, a character created by…

Movie Trailer: X-Men: Apocalypse (2016)

Not to be outdone by the unveiling of the main antagonist in the latest trailer for “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” (Doomsday, by the way), X-Men: Apocalypse jumps right into unveiling theirs — Apocalypse — in this first trailer. Bathed in royal blue and awakened from a timeless slumber, En Sabah Nur (his ancient…

Movie Review: The Martian (2015)

It isn’t often that the landscape of a motion picture becomes as integral as the acting, writing or direction, but in the newest Ridley Scott (“Prometheus”) outer space adventure, The Martian, the planet’s crimson hues, frozen nights and horrifying sand/dust storms bring the story of an explorer stranded there with little help of survival to…

Movie Review: Fantastic Four (2015)

With film franchises rebooting every few years, it’s surprising that this series took so long to take the plunge. The first version, “Fantastic Four,” was released by 20th Century Fox in the summer of 2005, when critics called it, “’Spider-Man’ times four,” although at the time, I described it as “Spider-Man” *divided* by four, since…

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