First Look At Moon Girl And Devil Dinosaur

Laurence Fishburne knows how to tease! Executive producing Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur through his company Cinema Gypsy, he offers the below clip. It’s a first look, too short for how exciting the show actually looks. Maybe that’s just me talking. Inspired by a Jack Kirby comic, then brought up to date in recent…

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After Infinity War, We Need Ant-Man And The Wasp

…and Marvel knows it. First, several Avengers asked the question many people had on their minds during Avengers: Infinity War — where were Ant-Man and the Wasp? And today we (sort of) have the answer — as suspected, Ant-Man and the Wasp takes place just to the left of Avengers: Infinity War. It’s lighter tone might be brought down…

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Review: Contagion

The smattering of first responses for Contagion from people who haven’t yet seen it have sounded like this, “Wasn’t this done already?” and then, “Wasn’t there already, like, an outbreak movie? Wait, wasn’t it called Outbreak?” Yes, there was, but there are vast differences between that movie and director Steven Soderbergh’s smart and effective take…

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Review: The Matrix Revolutions

If this film had been some sort of live-action manga adaptation, it would have been under a title like Cyber Fighter Black Super Buddha Neo 3, and casual otaku everywhere would be going nuts for it. Alas, The Matrix Revolutions is not such, though it tosses around world philosophies as easily as an edition of…

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Review: The Matrix Reloaded

When The Matrix hit theaters four years ago, nobody knew what hit them, least of all Warner Brothers. A fresh (to some) melding of science fiction, kung fu, and philosophy, the film was so good that not even the sometimes wooden acting of Keanu Reeves could dampen its power. Just before “trilogy” became the hottest…

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