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As we all know, there has been a barrage (quite literally... SLAM! BANG! POW!) of superhero movies lately. Audiences can't seem to get enough, even to the point of revisiting the recast characters aga…
Andrew Garfield once again steps into Spidey’s suit (and Peter Parker’s shoes), this time dealing with a pair of nefarious foes – Jamie Foxx’s nerd-turned-villain Electro, and Dane DeHaan’s hugely pet…
Remember those ads in the back of comic books that showed a scrawny, 90-pound weakling getting sand kicked in his face by a bully? Well, that's Steve Rogers (Chris Evans). Through the miracle of techn…
Chris Hemsworth is pretty, I'll admit that. Pretty enough where he is becoming another Matthew McConaughey, where he is required at least one gratuitous shirtless scene in each movie (because, see, it…
It is with much sadness and regret that I bestow a mere four slices on this latest installment of the X-Men franchise. After the stellar X2: X-Men United, I was so looking forward to another round of …
I’ll admit that I walked into the press screening—an experience that was complete with a bag search and metal detectors!—a little skeptical. I’d seen the original X-Men movie and was impressed but not…
I grew up stealing peeks at my dad's old X-Men comics, those glory-days of the 1960's, long before Wolverine came on the scene. In high school, I suppose I became too "grown-up" for comics anymore, an…
Packed as much with action and special effects as it is rich in story and detail for fans and newbies alike, X-Men: First Class delivers a summer-movie experience more on par with X2 than the muddled …
Chronicling, as the title makes clear, the “origins” of Logan/Wolverine and his long-standing love/hate relationship with his increasingly ferocious brother, Victor “Sabretooth” Creed (Liev Schreiber)…
Director Joss Whedon brings his trademark smarts and the sass – honed on iconic TV series like Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Firefly – to this long-awaited big-screen teaming of some of cinema’s most r…
Honestly, this is a bonafide summer blockbuster that totally lives up to its hype, successfully reboots an already-successful franchise and actually outdoes its not-so-distant predecessors. Under the…
I enjoyed Iron Man for what it was, a sort of snarky super-hero movie that actually starred adults for a change. Robert Downey, Jr., with his affected narcissism, was a total hoot and completely made …