Spider-Man: Homecoming is a fun comic book adventure, a hilarious and awkward high school comedy, and an interesting experiment for sharing characters and building continuity.
Baby Driver is Edgar Wright’s best film to date and a tour de force for all involved; it’s funny, thrilling and exceedingly clever in its premise and execution.
Zodiac Starforce: Cries of the Fire Prince has only just begun, but it’s already fulfilling its promise of delivering more magical girl action and witty comedy with just a touch of drama and intrigue.
THE WALKING DEAD: A NEW FRONTIER/ Developed by TELLTALE GAMES/ Published by TELLTALE GAMES/ Distributed by WARNER BROS. INTERACTIVE ENTERTAINMENT [WARNING – This reviews contains SPOILERS for The Walking Dead: The New Frontier.] – The Walking Dead has saturated pop culture unlike any post-apocalyptic property before. Robert Kirkman’s comic series continues to dominate the industry, […]
WONDER WOMAN/ Directed by PATTY JENKINS/ Screenplay by ALLAN HEINBERG/ Story by ZACK SNYDER, ALLAN HEINBERG, & JASON FUCHS/ Starring GAL GADOT, CHRIS PINE, ROBIN WRIGHT, CONNIE NIELSON, DANNY HUSTON, ELENA ANAYA, LUCY DAVIS, SAID TAGHMAOU, EWEN BREMNER, EUGENE BRAVE ROCK, & DAVID THEWLIS/ Produced by DC FILMS, ATLAS ENTERTAINMENT, CRUEL AND UNUSUAL FILMS, TENCENT […]
“The Button” concludes with an emotionally-charged issue, asking DC fans to brace themselves for what comes next.
King Arthur: Legend of the Sword is a weird mish-mash of a movie, and without ever gelling its disparate elements the final product is tedious.
In “The Button Part Two”, Batman and The Flash finally team up to solve the big mystery of Rebirth, creating the potential for sweeping changes to the DC Universe.