Movie Review: Edge of Tomorrow

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Tom Cruise (“Jack Reacher,” “Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol”) continues his sci-fi streak with “Edge of Tomorrow,” after last year’s “Oblivion.” Adapted from a Japanese graphics novel “All You Need is Kill,” the movie is directed by the “Bourne” trilogy’s director, Doug Liman.

Movie Review: Maleficent

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Joy for Jolie. With majestic wings, pointy horns, glowing eyes and enhanced cheekbones, Angelina Jolie (“Wanted”) is a magnetic and menacing presence. With all the elements of the beloved story there – Maleficent, a fire-breathing dragon, three fairy godmothers, Princess Aurora and Prince Philip – a twist on the cliché “true love’s kiss” is a welcomed one.

Movie Review – X-Men: Days of Future Past

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The franchise that started the golden era of superhero movies is back with “X-Men: Days of Future Past,” with Bryan Singer (“Superman Returns”) returning to the director’s chair. More a sequel to the phenomenal “X-Men: First Class” than to the original X-Men trilogy, expectations towards the ambitious picture are at a premium.

Movie Review: The Amazing Spider-Man 2

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Andrew Garfield (“The Social Network”) and Emma Stone (“The Amazing Spider-Man”) reprise their roles as the impossibly adorable couple, Peter Parker and Gwen Stacy, in “The Amazing Spider-Man 2,” directed by Marc Webb.

Movie Review: Transcendence

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What if you could preserve your consciousness and live on even after you pass? What if it’s possible to transfer your memories, thoughts and feelings into a computer and continue to grow? Would it still be you? How far would you take it? Would you make the world a better place given the chance? But at what cost and consequence? Is there such thing as a perfect world?

WonderCon 2014: Feature Film Highlights Part III

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Here’s Part III of my review of the panel and trailers at Anaheim’s WonderCon 2014. Featured are “Lucy” and the T.V. Showrunners Panel.

WonderCon 2014: Feature Film Highlights Part II

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Here’s Part II of my review of the panels and trailers at Anaheims’ WonderCon 2014, featuring “Dawn of the Planet of the Apes”, ‘The Maze Runner” and “X-Men: Days of Future Past”:

WonderCon 2014: Feature Film Highlights Part I

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Here’s Part I of my review of the panels and trailers at Anaheim’s WonderCon 2014. Featured are “Edge of Tomorrow”, “Into the Storm” and “Godzilla”.

Movie Review – Captain America: The Winter Soldier

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It’s been a couple of years since Steve has been defrosted, picked up by S.H.I.E.L.D., and brought in to fight aliens alongside other superheroes. Physically, the 95-year old has started to adjust to 21st century living, but psychologically, he’s still unsure what he’s fighting for. Modern society is morally gray and doesn’t fit with his black-and-white view of the world. The world as he knew it has changed.

Movie Review: Divergent

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“The future belongs to those who know where to belong.” Based on Veronica Roth’s best-selling novel, the story is set in a dystopian, post-apocalyptic world. The rest of the world has been destroyed by wars and the remaining society lives in factions inside a protective fence. More than a diversion, “Divergent” is sufficient to carry another surefire franchise.

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