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Saturday, July 4, 2020

Review: THE GREATEST SHOWMAN

Is this really the "greatest show?"

Warner Bros. CEO — The Kevin Tsujihara effect

If you want to cause change, there's only two things you can do…

Review: A SIMPLE FAVOR

Stephanie (Anna Kendrick) becomes best friends with 'Emily' (Blake Lively), and one day after picking up Emily's son from school, Emily suddenly disappears. What happened to Emily? Where did she...

Review: UNCLE DREW

Desperate to win the tournament cash prize, Dax (Lil Rel Howery) meets up with the man, the myth, the legend UNCLE DREW (NBA All-Star Kyrie Irving) and convinces him...

Review: BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY

In the long anticipated film following the rise of the band, Queen, through their iconic songs and revolutionary sound. Bohemian Rhapsody presents a story about their music and the...

Like clockwork — JUSTICE LEAGUE receives good reviews, “hit pieces” follow

I might be one of the few, but when it was announced that the Flash movie was titled FLASHPOINT, it seemed clear that…

Review: THE PUNISHER, Season 1

Frank Castle springs back to action to find the true people behind the death of his family.

TITANS — “F@#$ Batman!”

One of DC Comics' big bets to the future of their direct-to-consumer streaming service — DC Universe — is their live-action TITANS show. And there's been some buzz around it sporadically as...

DC Films: Will WONDER WOMAN ever stop winning

In this current politically "hot" time when there's a lot of focus on women, and injustices against them; whether it's the "#MeToo" movement, or simply empowering.

JUSTICE LEAGUE — Internal struggles, corporate greed and contradictions

Perception here speaks for itself, as it appears to be more dirt kicked at JUSTICE LEAGUE after its poor [domestic] opening weekend and the [so-far] failed merger.