Review: Rogue One

Rogue One begins without the iconic scrolling Serif Sans text of its predecessors, and without the fanfare of its triumphant, traditional opening theme. The name “Skywalker” isn’t even mentioned, a Jedi is not our main character and the epic beginning is much more like the understated indie openings of ‘Sundance’ than the expected galactic romp of epic […]

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Review: ‘X-Men: Apocalypse’

After the fun breath of fresh air that was First Class and the madcap time-travel antics of Days of Future Past, X-Men: Apocalypse is competent but ultimately disappointing, content to spin its wheels rather than moving the franchise forward in any discernible way, repeating what we’ve already seen before and falling back onto weightless CGI […]

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