Ant-Man and the Wasp – Sometimes Smaller is Better

After the universe-ending spectacle that was Infinity War, Ant-Man and the Wasp serves as a great palette cleanser for audiences of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. There’s no giant battle (the climax of the film is a car chase), the villain has no plans for world domination, and the stakes are smaller and more personal. Hope…

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Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom – Plot and Character Take a Backseat to Cheap Thrills

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom, AKA Jurassic World 2, AKA Jurassic Park 5, is a frustrating film. At times, it’s more or less a personification of everything that’s wrong with the bad blockbusters of today. It has paper thin characters, especially in the case of the villains, who’s “I only care about money” attitudes seem plucked…

Incredibles 2 – Still Super After All These Years

Look up any list of the top Pixar movies and you’ll often find The Incredibles at the very top. Its spot as Pixar’s best was rightfully earned; when the film was released in 2004, it was met with tremendous critical and box office acclaim. The story of a regular suburban family who just happen to…

Why Schindler’s List is Important Now More Than Ever

There are an endless amount of films about the horrors of the Holocaust. Schindler’s List is often the first one that comes to mind, to the point that it’s almost cliché. Make no mistake though, Steven Spielberg’s haunting take on the true story of the murder of millions of European Jews earns its spot at…

Deadpool 2 – The Action Soars While the Jokes Fall Flat

Is it possible to make an R-rated movie that seems catered to 12-year-olds? I don’t know, but Deadpool 2 certainly tries. Deadpool (Ryan Reynolds) is a foul-mouthed, mutant mercenary who fights for what’s right but is never afraid to get his hands dirty, all while endlessly quipping and breaking the fourth wall. By nature, this…