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“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” is the latest film from Warner Bros. Studios and expands upon the universe that was first created by the Harry Potter film franchise. Starring Eddie Redmayne, Colin Farrell and Katherine Waterson, Fantastic...
"Doctor Strange" is the 14th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it ranks as the most unique and distinctive film in Marvel Studios’ lineup. From the visuals on screen to the super powers in play, "Doctor Strange" makes...
Many films have been made regarding slavery, especially in recent years. These films have allowed us to travel back in time and take a peek at some of the more horrific moments of our history. Nearly all of the films...
Marvel’s “Luke Cage” is Netflix’s next installment in their Marvel superhero series. Each show -- “Daredevil,” “Jessica Jones” and now “Luke Cage” -- firmly and proudly resides in New York City, and each show has its own distinctive style. While...
2016 has seen its bevy of superhero films. This is the first year in which Marvel and DC Studios have really started to compete against each other, and the result has been that Marvel Studios’ films have generally performed...
“Star Trek Beyond” is the latest installment in the rebooted “Star Trek” film franchise. This is the third film in a franchise that has been, in my opinion, a good re-imagining of Gene Roddenberry’s original work. “Star Trek Beyond” is...
Netflix’s "Stranger Things," released in 2016, is a horror-thriller-mystery that is deeply rooted in the 1980s. From the first five minutes of the brand new series, it is readily apparent that this show is taking viewers on an experience...
I love culture. I love seeing the way a collection of people create, interpret and present the elements of their shared history they deem important enough to warrant such an intensive process as cultivating a culture. It’s partially what I...
Twentieth Century Fox’s summer blockbuster, "X-Men: Apocalypse," is the newest film in the X-Men film franchise. The X-Men films have ranged from abominable to brilliant, with this film resolving somewhere in the middle. Although at times clunky and a bit...
Marvel Studios has begun its third phase of films in spectacular fashion with its entry, “Captain America: Civil War.” Since 2008’s “Iron Man,” Marvel Studios has consistently produced good comic book films, but its “Captain America” lineup have always been...