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Ranking The Marvel Cinematic Universe As Phase Three Ends

We have come now to the end of Phase Three for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The just released Spider-Man: Far From Home represents an end to this part of the MCU and a pause before a new era gets underway. Next year will bring about Phase Four, with some very[...]

“Phil” Marks The Directorial Debut Of Greg Kinnear

Whenever an actor steps behind the camera, one can’t help but wonder why they chose the material that they chose for their debut. It doesn’t matter whether you’re Bradley Cooper remaking A Star Is Born last year or Greg Kinnear this week with Phil. You just are inherently curious. It’s[...]

Ari Aster Proves He’s A One Of A Kind Voice In Horror With “Midsommar”

Last year, Hereditary announced the arrival of a unique filmmaker in Ari Aster. Regardless of whether you loved or hated the movie, it was a distinctive vision, one that was impossible to ignore. Now, this week brings Aster’s sophomore outing in Midsummer, and he’s upped his game, both in terms[...]

“Spider-Man: Far From Home” Delightfully Brings Peter Parker To Europe

Your friendly neighborhood wall crawler is back. This week, Spidey swings back into action with Spider-Man: Far From Home, the completion of the third phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Yes, Phase Three of the MCU is over, with Peter Parker ushering in a new era for the expansive comic[...]

The Best Of The First Half Of 2019

Welcome to July folks. Here’s something fun, which we do every single year right around this time. This article should come as no surprise, as you see me write this around the same point (either the final days of June or first days of July, like now), but time really[...]

Box Office Report For June 28-30

Welcome back everyone to the weekly box office report! Each and every Sunday, you can expect a look at what made the most money in theaters, as well as just how all of the new releases fared. This week, a high concept romantic comedy and a horror sequel faced off[...]

“The Art Of Self Defense” And “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood”: Films To See In July

Ladies and gentlemen, July is nearly upon us! With only a few days left in June, we turn our focus to, as you might have gathered by now, the second half of the year. Monday will bring a look at the best and worst of the first half of 2019,[...]

Do We Have Any Academy Award Contenders From The First Half Of 2019?

In just a few days, we will officially be on to the second half of the year. Yes, we’re literally about to be done with the first half of 2019. Shortly, we’ll be looking at the best of 2019 so far, but before we do that, there’s an interesting question[...]

The Top 25 Best Director Winners To Date

Well folks, it’s time for a big one. Here we go again with another Top 25 article today, and it’s certainly a major one. Yes, this time around I’ll be tackling one of the biggest of the big eight categories in an effort not to save them all for very[...]

“Yesterday” Charmingly Imagines A World Sans Beatles Music

The combination of director Danny Boyle and scribe Richard Curtis isn’t an immediately obvious one, or one that initially seems built for success. After all, they operate on such different ends of the cinematic spectrum. However, Boyle rarely works with the sort of charming material that Curtis is known for,[...]