Category: Movies


Glass is Broken Beyond Repair

If deeds do indeed speak louder than words, then Glass is little more than a quiet stage whisper. It’s a superhero film that swaps set pieces for monologues and a trilogy finale that actually has less plot and story than its previous two films combined.


Aquaman: The Thirst Is (Mostly) Real

The film opens with the half-human, half-Atlantean Arthur Curry (Jason Momoa) rescuing the crew of a Russian submarine from a raid by pirates. Dubbed “The Aquman” by news reports and social media, Arthur spends his time being a semi-reluctant, semi-responsible hero (he’s not exactly a people person).


Into The Spider-Verse: A Hero Is Born

You know the story by now. A nerdy, unassuming teenager gets bitten by a radioactive spider and develops super powers. They struggle with their place and identity, finally embracing the responsibility that comes with their powers, and work tirelessly to defend their city from threats both mundane and extraordinary. It’s a tale as old as time, or at least as old as comic books. Or is it?