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Film Review: ‘Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness’ suffers under weight of expectations

When Doctor Strange accidentally opened up the MCU multiverse attempting to help a distraught Peter Parker in “Spider-Man: No Way Home,” he opened up a can of worms that would reverb into the release of Marvel’s newest release, “Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.” Fan-favorite surprise cameos in “No Way Home,” paired with fan …

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Film Review: Cage, Pascal shine in ‘Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’

For fans of actor Nicolas Cage, it doesn’t get any better than “The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent” — an action comedy with meta humor and Cage playing a fictionalized (and self-deprecating) version of himself. Shake into that a hilarious Pedro Pascal mix of his “Narcos” Pablo Escobar character and a pinch of buddy comedy …

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Film Review: ‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’ is a wild ride worth taking

“Donnie Darko.” “Mr. Destiny.” “The Weather Man.” “The One.” Every once in a while, in a random branch of the multiverse, a film hits theaters that captures the imagination and emotions while taking its viewers on a magical ride into alternate existences. “Everything Everywhere All at Once” does just that. One of the most innovative …

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Film Review: ‘The Outfit,” Rylance shine as gangster genre suspense

Every few years, we get a film that takes a well-known genre and gives us a fresh take on an old familiar trope. Graham Moore’s “The Outfit” as gangster noir does just that, and with gusto thanks to an excellent performance from its brilliant lead, Sir Mark Rylance. “The Outfit,” also written by Moore along …

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Haters Be Hatin’: A Look at the Fanboy Backlash for ‘The Batman’

Some people just like to watch the world burn, in the words of Christopher Nolan’s iteration of Alfred Pennyworth. Truer words have never been spoken. There are people in this life who simply refuse to enjoy the little things, in lieu of excuses to complain, critique, or flat out slander. A perfect example of this …

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