“Avengers: Infinity War” is a culmination of more than 10 years of cinematic character and plot development by Marvel Studios. After all this time, Marvel has finally begun to make momentous strides in their traditionally poor representation of women by creating female characters that are more than just a plot device.
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Darren Aronofsky’s latest thriller “Mother!” forcefully transports the audience to a secluded house far away from civilization, with tensions brewing from the start.
Do not go into this movie thinking that it is just another thriller: it has a much deeper meaning than people initially thought.
Animated movies have come a long way since Walt Disney’s “Snow White and the Seven Dwarves,” which had its release in 1937. With companies like Pixar and Dreamworks, animated movies have largely made a shift away from hand-drawn images to computer-generated imagery. It is almost uncommon now to see a theatrical film without the heavy […]
When it comes to Edward Snowden, there is hardly a middle ground. He is either a traitor who compromised national security and ran away, or a patriot not afraid of consequences in the name of public service.
“Lazer Team” may not be a record-breaking film making national headlines, nor does it have the greatest plot development, but it definitely exceeds the expectations of an independent B-movie, by combining science-fiction and comedy, to provide a fresh look at both genres while treating Rooster Teeth fans to the company’s first full-length movie.
“Maze Runner: The Scorch Trials” is a fun, action-packed summer blockbuster that fails to surpass its predecessor or live up to fans’ expectations.
“Avengers: Age of Ultron” pairs action-packed scenes with witty remarks from the world’s mightiest super heroes, making it a tremendously satisfying sequel.
“The Duff” is a charming teen comedy based on the novel by Kody Keplinger, featuring Mae Whitman (“Arrested Development,” “Parenthood”) as the main character, Bianca.
“The Hunting Ground,” directed by Kirby Dick, is a documentary that opens with videos of high school seniors excitedly opening their acceptance letters to universities. Screams and shouts of joy are soon paired with videos of move-in days and administrative speeches at convocation ceremonies.