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The Coen Brothers, even with their occasional misfires, are a magic moviemaking duo. But in Ethan Coen's solo directorial debut, adapting a screenplay by his wife Tricia Cooke, he is sorely missing hi…
SYNOPSIS: Ethan Hunt and the IMF team must track down a terrifying new weapon that threatens all of humanity if it falls into the wrong hands. With control of the future and the fate of the world at s…
When 1969-era Indiana Jones complains that everything hurts, it is clear that he means more than that punch to the jaw, or the bullet hole in his shoulder. Indy is now 70-something (played by a fit 80…
You can never accuse The Flash of not going big. There are multiverses, multisuperheroes, and even multiFlashes. Why have one Batman when you can have all of them? Why have Ezra Miller play Barry/The …
In space stories, 65 million years is a long, long time ago. But 65 million years ago, there was apparently another universe where civilized humans existed with poor health care systems, where they to…
Li Mu Bai (Chow Yun-Fat) is a martial arts master, but he is tired and wants to live a quiet life. Deciding to give up his sword, Green Destiny, Li Mu Bai requests that his devoted friend Shu Lien (Mi…
I went in to Avatar: The Way of Water admittedly very cynical. Let's just put it this way: I kind of hated 2009's Avatar. I was annoyed by the silly, cartoony script. I was creeped out by the uncanny …
When I walked out of the theater after seeing The Woman King, I marveled to a group of women, "This is such an interesting piece of history… I can't believe there's never been a movie made about these…
Since Quentin Tarantino, Guy Ritchie, and Robert Rodriguez and their ilk first started riddling the screen with rapid-fire dialogue to complement equally rapid-fire bullets, the quippy, self-aware ult…
In our previous chapter with Thor the Space Viking, director Taika Waititi (mercifully) unleashed Chris Hemsworth's untapped comedy skills, reviving the dullest Marvel series with probably the weirdes…
From the opening moment the modern Paramount logo shows up on screen with the original 80s Top Gun score by Harold Faltermeyer playing over the soundtrack, I couldn't help but smile that I was finally…
Peter Parker (Tom Holland) can't seem to catch a break. After all, he spent the entire last movie just wanting to tell a girl that he liked her on their school trip, but his teenage angst was interrup…