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Reviews Ross_and_Stark

With Marvel’s first outing (the origin story of Tony Stark) having been met a with loving critical and box office reception, the opportunity to make good on the promise made with the entrance of Nick Fury seemed too good to pass up. The audience reaction was overwhelmingly positive, and even just from a business standpoint the expansion of the Marvel Universe was a great idea. It’s interesting to see how over the course of its next two installments, The Incredible Hulk and Iron Man 2, how Marvel would work through exactly how they would chart that path.

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Joy (20th Century-Fox Home Entertainment), directed by David O. Russell (Silver Linings Playbook, American Hustle), stars Jennifer Lawrence as the title character, the center of a dysfunctional family. Joy works three jobs, looks after her shut-in mother (Virginia Madsen) and two kids, and gives her …

Reviews Ratchet and Clank

Adapting video games into films seems to be tricky business for some reason. Many games now have such intricate and even cinematic storylines and cut-scenes (the story advancement between gameplay) that taking those stories and eliminating the gameplay should be a reasonably easy task, yet time and time again..

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Keanu, Jordon Peele and Keegan-Michael Key’s collective big-screen debut, answers the question many, if not most, of the fans of their recently ended TV series, want answered: Can they bring the comedic magic of their half-hour sketch series to a feature-length film? Sadly, the short answer may be …

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