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Does Aquaman deserve harsh reviews or are critics suffering from superhero fatigue?
Ben & Daniel spoil Aquaman!
The Justice League co-founder splashes down in theatres in a genuinely fun DC superhero movie. But should you take your kids to see it?
Aquaman doesn’t dare take itself seriously, and it’s a better movie for it.
It's Tuesday and that means That Shelf will be rounding up the latest movie, TV, and video game trailers. This week we've got Bodied, Aquaman, VICE, and Star Trek: Discovery season two.
Justice League is full of iconic characters teaming up to do battle against the forces of evil, and yet it doesn't feel nearly as epic or consequential as it should.
Ana-Lily Amirpour's The Bad Batch is a solid sophomore effort, but one that lacks some of the fire of its predecessor, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night.
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Ana-Lily Amirpour's The Bad Batch is a solid sophomore effort, but one that lacks some of the fire of its predecessor.
Why Christopher Nolan's grim approach to Batman doesn't work for DC's more colourful superheroes.
There's no excuse for the werewolf movie Wolves to be as dull and self-serious as it is.
A satisfying bit of action movie junk food more evocative of 90s action films than those from the 80s, Bullet to the Head is more notable as a return to form for action director Walter Hill than as another stepping stone along Sylvester Stallone's comeback trail.
Conan the Barbarian is an unnecessary, but often entertaining adaptation of Robert E. Howard's series of stories about the Cimmerian warrior who was "born of battle." And to the film's credit, it doesn't feel like a full remake of the Arnold Schwarzenegger take on the character. This Conan is actually smarter and even more action packed than the beloved films from the 80s, but under the direction of Marcus Nispel sometimes the film can be excessive even by the standards of the character.
With the introduction and exposition heavy first episode behind it, Game of Thrones now moves onto the business of the story. In the wake of shocking conclusion of the first episode (incest and attempted child murder still qualify as shocking, right?), the second episode, titled "The Kingsroad", quite literally takes the action on the road. Many characters embark on journies that will shape the events of the entire season, and indeed the rest of the series.