Category: Movie Reviews

MOVIE REVIEW: Suicide Squad vs. Every Other Critic Out There

Come one, come all – because Jeremy and I are reviewing one of the most highly anticipated movies this year, DC’s Suicide Squad! We’re giving this movie a solid 3 stars, and we’re about to tell you why. You might’ve read the last article where the meta-review went up, so we went in with that colouring our perceptions slightly. That’s totally fine though, so if you’d like to see what we thought – keep reading. Keep in mind, massive spoilers below – so unless you’re That Person, don’t read this if you haven’t watched it. SPOILER CUT The movie...

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Star Trek Beyond, the good, the bad, the ugly.

By Jeremy Say & Hannah Azlan Star Trek Beyond is the 3rd installment of a possible 4 movies in the Kelvin timeline/J.J. Abrams reboot. With Justin Lin as the director, Simon Pegg and Doug Jung as the writers this time around, the feel and pacing of the movie is certainly different from J.J. Abrams’ last two outings in the series. Some would say this is a bad thing while others will say it’s good, we say why not both? The movie is a fun take on Star Trek that should overall please most viewers, but has multiple shortcomings that...

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X-Men: Apocalypse- Reviewed!

By Scott Ng Batman V Superman and Captain America: Civil War have had their day in the sun, and now it’s time for the X-Men to stake their claim on the superhero summer of 2016. Brian Singer returns to direct X-Men: Apocalypse, the latest in a series of adventures detailing the beginnings of the X-Men team starting back in X-Men: First Class, and finally sees Scott Summers, Jean Grey, Nightcrawler, and Storm re-joining the X-Men universe proper after the subtle reboot in X-Men: Days of Future Past, alongside new additions like Jubilee, Angel, Caliban, Psylocke, and of course, the...

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Captain America: Civil War review – spoiler free! (We promise)

By Matt Liew Marvel has thrown down the gauntlet at DC and taken them to school with their latest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), Captain America: Civil War. Billed as one of the most anticipated movies of the year, Civil War picks up where Avengers: Age of Ultron left off. Thor and Hulk are missing, the original lineup of The Avengers has mostly been disassembled, while the new lineup – revealed at the end of Age of Ultron – take up the mantle and continue their global peacekeeping efforts. This is usually the part where I descend...

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