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Source Code (2011)

A large portion of audiences don’t want to have to think too hard when they watch a film, preferring entertainment over thought-provoking subjects. There’s nothing wrong with this, but I believe sometimes, you need to branch out. Enter Source Code… This is both an enthralling and intellectually stimulating movie! Directed by Duncan Jones, Source Code is about alternate […]

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All Is Lost (2013)

Robert Redford is the sole actor in All Is Lost, a film with very little dialogue, which depicts the ordeal of a man lost at sea. Venturing on a solo cruise, Redford’s character finds himself in a horrendous situation where he is forced to fight for survival. As the only person on screen, he is entirely alone, […]

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Guardians of the Galaxy (2014) 

Guardians of the Galaxy is another entry in Marvel Studios’ continuously expanding cinematic universe. Chris Pratt portrays Peter Quill, a human who leads a group of extraterrestrial misfits on a journey to save the galaxy. Unlike the intensity of many other superhero films, Guardians of the Galaxy is a much more fun, comical and tongue-in-cheek. The film […]

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Captain America: Civil War (2016)

Captain America: Civil War devours every minute of its 147 minute run time, escalating the Marvel Cinematic Universe to speculative new heights. In a departure from typical genre conventions, the Russo brothers’ film demands retribution for the superheroes’ collateral damage, which has contributed to much death and destruction around the world. Which side are you […]

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Deadpool (2016)

Deadpool – a gleeful, self-referential character bathed in satire, gets his first taste of the big screen. Well, sort of. Deadpool technically made his first appearance in the very forgettable, X-Men: Origins. But the film messed up the character so bad, that I’m literally not counting that version as Deadpool. I’m happy to report that director Tim […]

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