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Wrath of the Titans (Review)

More exciting and energetic than its predecessor. The next Titan movie came out to be surprisingly more enjoyable than its

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Captain America: Civil War (2016) Review:

Gripping, stunning and action-packed; this latest Marvel installment matures the franchise into deeper territories   While not as monumental as

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Star Wars Episode III: The Revenge of the Sith (2005) Review

Incredible and heart-pounding to the very end.   Incredible and heart-pounding to the very end, this tragic, gripping, visually startling

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Spike Lee’s “Da 5 Bloods” is A Vietnam Movie Unlike Any Other

The newest Spike Lee joint has come out on Netflix, and it’s both a great watch and a great retrospection

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Adorno and Horkheimer (Post-Modernism)

Adorno and Horkheimer were philosophers from Germany at the Frankfurt School of critical theory. Their methods have been shown to

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Robert Stam (Adaptation)

Robert Stam is a professor in Cinema Studies at New York University and is well-known for his work in distinguishing

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Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016) Review

The visuals are beautiful and Johnny Depp is as whimsical as ever, but this sequel gets lost with underdeveloped characters

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Batman vs. Superman: Dawn of Justice (2016) Review

Overlong action sequences, miscasting, and humorless dialogue are what bring this Superhero flick down   Not only does this film

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The Jungle Book (2016) Review

Visually arresting and far superior than it’s 1967 original   This movie truly is one of “The Bare Necessities” of

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Walt Disney’s Dinosaur Review

Walt Disney’s Dinosaur:  It may not score well with a plot, but this movie has enough stunning visuals to make

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