Henry Cavill

Apr 11 2016

The Dust Has Settled: “Batman v Superman” Review

Every once in a while, I like to chime in on a big film after heated opinion has waned (i.e., I couldn’t make the press screening). The big question is: is the clash of the cleft chins as bad as all the reviewers are saying it is? Though I had the same reaction to the battle between […]
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Aug 11 2015

The Man From U.N.C.L.E

There are several things I like about Guy Ritchie’s films. He never passes up the chance to tell a story in funky, refreshing ways; his use of soundtrack music is impeccable, second only to Quentin Tarantino; the characters which populate his worlds are boundlessly interesting, with their exaggerations used to often hilarious extent; and his […]
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Jun 15 2013

Man of Steel

If your knowledge of Superman is limited, you won’t be a whole lot more familiar with the guy by the end of “Man of Steel,” which is closer to “War of the Worlds” than a DC Comics adaptation. As we’ve come to expect from director Zack Snyder (“300”, “Watchmen”), the film puts its emphasis on […]
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Jun 14 2013

Man of Steel

(If you read nothing else of this review, please note: skip the 3D and go with 2D. This will be explained in the review.) Full compliments go to director Zack Snyder and his cast and crew for tackling a venerated, well-established property. Superman has been around for 75 years, and the various incarnations of him […]
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