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Fantasy

When was the last time you were sick?  When was the last time you had an injury? Well… to most of us, we should be able to answer these questions relatively easily. In fact, if you weren’t able to ans…
Jason Statham, with his tiny face and outrageously broad shoulders, is some sort of brilliant deep-sea rescuer. He, of course, has a troubled past—a submarine rescue went wrong, and he had to leave tw…
Based on the young adult novel by David Levithan, Every Day is the story of Rhiannon (Angourie Rice), an ordinary sixteen year old girl who has been juggling everyday teenage life and problems at home…
Meg Murry (Storm Reid) is a glum tween with every reason to be distant from her classmates: Her beloved physicist dad (Chris Pine) disappeared four years ago. Dad and mom (Gugu Mbatha-Raw), brilliant …
Honestly, I was grinning from start to finish. It’s light-hearted, action-packed, funny, smart and – unlike so many recent films of its ilk – wonderfully human. The characters’ problems are comparativ…
Set in the year 2029 – when, apparently, nothing (not technology, not clothes, not cars, etc.) really looks any different than it does in 2017 – the film centers on an aging, no-longer-as-sharp-as-he-…
Sorry not to garner any more enthusiasm, but, "it's fine" was my actual response to the film when the credits rolled. Guardians will most likely please fans of the first, and by having a cheeky sense …
My expectations really weren’t that high, and I guess you could say they were met, but as the inaugural film in what Universal hopes will become a massive “classic monster” franchise – which will incl…
As the movie opens, it’s 1996 and the nefarious, centuries-old board game has turned itself (yes, turned itself!) into an Atari-like video game so as to keep up with the times and lure a new generatio…
This is meant to be the origin story of DC Comics' version of the Knights of the Round Table (or, I don't know, the Avengers?). We've met the current Bruce Wayne/Batman (Ben Affleck), Clark Kent/Super…
It’s not campy or colorful, but gorgeously dark and gothic and shadowy, like a black-and-white technicolor movie. Ron Perlman, who last donned mucho prosthetic make-up as Vincent in the cult-hit TV s…
As a 70's kid, I adored the Wonder Woman television show. It was the heyday of great primetime TV family entertainment, with The Incredible Hulk, The Bionic Woman, Six Million Dollar Man, and more, an…