Movies

The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug | Review

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"The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug" is entertaining enough and an improvement over the previous film that fixes many problems from the original. Still, someone desperately needs to teach Jackson the importance of leaving some things off screen or unspoken.

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Frozen | Review

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"Frozen" tries really hard to present two strong, independent female characters and I respect that. But I still couldn’t bring myself to love this movie even though I wanted to.

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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire | Review

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"Catching Fire" lives up to its name, and although we don’t yet know if it’ll be the best of the Hunger Games movies, it does what every second chapter should: keep the story hot and spread its flames.

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8 Movies That Fans Have Taken Over Completely

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This is not simply a list of “cult” films or movies with obsessed fans. This list focuses on films in which the fans have taken over its legacy, usurping the producers’ control and proclaiming, “This belongs to us now.”

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Ender’s Game │ Review

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'Ender’s Game' is a generally agreeable sci-fi popcorn flick, though one more likely to be enjoyed by kids just discovering the franchise than those who grew up on the books.

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The Counselor │ Review

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'The Counselor' has its moments of detached poetics, its pulse-raising sequences and humorous or insightful moments, but they don’t come together in a satisfying way, which makes this venerable collaboration all the more disappointing.

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Gravity │ Review

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'Gravity' is one of the single most beautiful films ever made and the closest approximation most people will get to experiencing a space walk. After 90 minutes of weightless drifting the air in your lungs and the floor at your feet will feel wonderful.

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The Boy Who Saved Batman: An Interview With Michael Uslan

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Michael Uslan is one of the most important figures in the comic book world – certainly among the few most influential people in the modern evolution of a certain character you might have heard of known as Batman. At a recent industry event, he was gracious enough to sit down for a brief but impassioned interview with Pop Mythology that had us brimming with goosebumps.

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