Best X Ever

By Paul Miller on May 23, 2014

The X-Men are all grown up.

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Thor’s World is Becoming Cliche

By Kendrick Kuo on November 8, 2013

Is the newest Thor film representative of where the Avengers franchise is going?

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The Wolverine and the Curse of Immortality

By Paul Miller on July 26, 2013

The burden of immortality. Also, ninjas!

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The Lone Ranger: Pirates of the Old West

By Andrew Collins on July 3, 2013

Jack Sparrow on a horse. Trains go boom. Is vigilantism justified?

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Man of Steel: Clark and Kal-El More Interesting Than Superman

By Andrew Collins on June 24, 2013

It’s been said that every hero is a type of Christ, so meet the newest one. Is he any good?

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Man of Steel: Powerful enough to entertain

By Coyle Neal on June 14, 2013

Review of Man of Steel directed by Zach Snyder By COYLE NEAL The Superman story has been told (and filmed) so often that it is undoubtedly a challenge for filmmakers come up with a new ‘take’ on the story that…

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Iron Man 3 and the Obsession with Scientific Progress

By Kendrick Kuo on June 3, 2013

Review of Iron Man 3, Directed by Shane Black The United States is a technologically-obsessed society in a technologically-obsessed era. The line between magic and science in Hollywood films has begun to fade. The Avengers franchise is a perfect example.…

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Iron Man 3 is worth every nickel

By Coyle Neal on May 3, 2013

Review of Iron Man 3, Directed by Shane Black Does this movie even really need a review? As with everything else in the Avengers oeuvre to date (with the possible exceptions of Hulk and The Incredible Hulk), Iron Man 3 is…

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The Dark Knight Resurrects

By Kendrick Kuo on August 1, 2012

Review of The Dark Knight Rises, Directed by Christopher Nolan By KENDRICK KUO In continuation of Alexis and Paul’s tracing of Christian themes in blockbuster action films, I’d like to add my own voice. Both have argued for the power…

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Dark Knight Rex

By Paul Miller on July 27, 2012

Review of The Dark Knight Rises, Directed by Christopher Nolan By PAUL D. MILLER What do you get when someone rewrites A Tale of Two Cities, sets it in modern-day New York with Fritz Lang’s Metropolis underneath, turns Robespierre into…

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