Dunkirk Movie Review — A cinematic masterpiece and one of the best war movies ever made

Dunkirk is a thrilling and emotional war movie that is singular in its form and a high-point in Christopher Nolan's already impressive career Tick. Tick. Tick. That's the sound that underscores almost all of Christopher Nolan's film about the evacuations at Dunkirk during the height of World War II. However, what we're counting down to exactly…
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Spider-Man: Homecoming Movie Review — A funny and bright teen superhero romp

Funny, bright, and charming, this younger version the web-slinger in Spider-Man: Homecoming breathes new life into the character and superhero genre. The bright colors, catchy soundtrack, and witty dialogue make this incarnation of Spider-Man the most light-hearted. However, what makes Spider-Man: Homecoming the best movie in the many versions of the character so far is that it's hyper…
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Godzilla (2014) Movie Review — A darker, visually stunning version of the classic monster flick

Gareth Edwards' 2014 Godzilla is a darker, visually stunning version of the classic movie monster despite its issues With Kong: Skull Island out today, we thought it was the perfect opportunity to go back and review the first movie in the Legendary MonsterVerse, Gareth Edwards' Godzilla. Now, hopes weren't exactly high following the trainwreck that was the 1998 film. However, with Edwards in…
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