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‘Black Panther’ Review

The things that allow Black Panther to be an amazing movie are the villain Kilmongee (played by Michael B. Jordan), the soundtrack for the movie, and the wonder known as Shuri (played by Letita Wright).

‘Iron Man 2’ Retrospective

Without a doubt, Iron Man 2 is incredibly despised by the public, which is strange considering it's praised by the critics. Is this a Rotten Tomatoes conspiracy? I mean, they have yet to pan...

‘The Incredible Hulk’ Retrospective

Today I want to talk about 2008's The Incredible Hulk, starring Edward Norton. It's easy to forget that this was the second chapter in the illustrious Marvel Cinematic Universe, considering the films that came after it.

Batman Returns Review: Merry Christmas From Batman

I've always considered myself very festive, and one way to get into the Christmas spirit is through the magic of cinema. One of my favorite films, and one of my favorite Christmas films, Batman...

‘Justice League’ Review

Justice League is directed by Zack Snyder with a screenplay by Chris Terrio and Joss Whedon, who Snyder hired to do some rewrites on the film and to take over the reshoots after the...

‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Spoiler-Free Review

For fans of the MCU, and a wide audience, Thor Ragnarok is a consistently entertaining film that is well written, incredibly funny, over-the-top violent but in a silly fantasy way, and makes you happy to be along for the ride.

‘Batman and Harley Quinn’ Review

'Batman and Harley Quinn' is officially out on Digital HD, and will be released on Blu-ray August 29th, 2017. Check out Ian's full spoiler review!

‘Wonder Woman’ Round Table Discussion (SPOILERS)

The DC Dudes host their first Round Table Discussion with special guests Mark Fossas (Nation of Nerds), and Dylan West to talk about the WONDERful film, 'Wonder Woman'.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Proves Why Disney Bought Marvel

Guardians 2 has themes of identity, purpose, loneliness, friendship and family. I am a big proponent of family, and it always brings a smile to my face when I see it tastefully done, and this was a filet mignon. This movie was so far removed from the all too well known Marvel formula, that it could have existed completely on it's own, which it basically does.

‘Teen Titans: Judas Contract’ Review (Spoiler-Free)

Teen Titans: Judas Contract faithfully uses themes and plot points from the original comics to bring a fresh, retelling of the story to a modern audience. 

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