‘Mad Max: Fury Road’ Review: An Action Film That Serves as a Manifesta for Sensibility

Just how significant or valuable is an action movie, really? I get how stupid, benign, and loaded that question is, but there must be a method to the madness (pun very much so intended) behind choosing to make a film that exists solely to, pardon my French, blow shit up. Another, more interesting, question to […]

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‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ Review: Joss Whedon Bids Adieu to Marvel in an Incredibly Entertaining, Albeit Messy Way

Sequels are such tricky propositions. How can you create something that not only keeps fans of the original happy, but also finds a way to tell a new and completely different story, whilst standing entirely on its own? The answer is you don’t. Most Hollywood films are sequels or reboots or adaptations of a beer […]

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