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Movie Review: ‘Justice League’

★★☆☆☆ The fifth installment of the DC Extended Universe series, “Justice League” is supposed to be Warner Bros.’ competitive response to Marvel’s successful superhero movie saga. While “Justice League” is an entertaining step up from DC’s last film, “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice,”,released in 2016, the film is flawed[Read More…]

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After 2014’s hugely successful “The LEGO Movie,” “The LEGO Batman Movie” tries to capture the same free-wheeling, irreverent humor while incorporating a grittier, edgier perspective. Though the film succeeds on many fronts, it lacks the same effortless heart and emotion of its franchise predecessor.

Movie Review: ‘The LEGO Batman Movie’

  ★★★★☆ “The LEGO Batman Movie” is a hilarious, excellently animated film. However, despite its best efforts, it falls short in comparison to the narrative brilliance of the original. Three years ago, “The LEGO Movie” amazed audiences and reached worldwide critical acclaim. With its tongue-in-cheek pop numbers, meta references and[Read More…]

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MOVIE: ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’

★★★★☆ Zack Snyder’s second installment in the DC Comics cinematic universe, three years after “Man of Steel,” needed to do just one thing: set itself distinctly apart from the seemingly never-ending stream of Marvel superhero movies. In that regard, “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” was an outstanding success. The[Read More…]

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Donal Logue and Ben McKenzie star as Harvey Bullock and James Gordon in FOX's latest show.

Television Review: ‘Gotham’

★★★★☆  While the first episode of Fox’s Gotham may not have been spectacular, it showed glimpses of a great show in the making. The series is based on Bruce Wayne’s fictional home city, but before he becomes Batman, and while future police chief James Gordon is just a rookie detective.[Read More…]

An Epic Conclusion to the Batman Saga

An Epic Conclusion to the Batman Saga

5/5 stars Cryptic trailers released last summer have had fans rabid for the finale of director Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, and now The Dark Knight Rises is finally here in all its epic glory. Eight years after the events of The Dark Knight, Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale) is a self-torturing recluse and Batman[Read More…]

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