Review – The Batman (2021)

by Kevin Muller

In the last seventeen years, we have had three different iterations of the Caped Crusader. From 2005-2012, director Christopher Nolan, and his Batman, Christian Bale, delivered us an extremely grounded tale of one man’s fight to keep his beloved city safe.  Then there was the whole debacle with director Zack Synder, and his Batman, Ben Affleck, that alienated many fans. Batman was more of a supporting character in those films. Affleck tried to do a solo project, but that fizzled out. Now, director Matt Reeves, who gave us 2 out of 3 of the current Planet of the Apes films, steps up to the plate, along with Robert Pattinson, who becomes “The Batman.”

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Review – The Batman (2022)

A sadistic serial killer known as The Riddler sends Gotham City into chaos and it’s up to The Batman to put an end to his killing spree in Matt Reeves’ The Batman. Watch Logan and Henry answer the bat signal and review the film in the video above.

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“When the Riddler, a sadistic serial killer, begins murdering key political figures in Gotham, Batman is forced to investigate the city’s hidden corruption and question his family’s involvement.”

Review – The Gentlemen (2020)

Guy Ritchie revisits his London gangster-comedy roots with his newest film The Gentlemen starring Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam, Colin Farrell, Henry Golding, and Hugh Grant. Logan Myerz reviews the film that’s now playing in theaters everywhere.

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“An American expat tries to sell off his highly profitable marijuana empire in London, triggering plots, schemes, bribery and blackmail in an attempt to steal his domain out from under him.”

Review – Dumbo (2019)

by Kevin Muller

The Disney canon is full of animated films that are currently getting live action remakes. This year we have Aladdin, The Lion King, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, and this film Dumbo. Each of these projects has a respected director connected to them that have to abide by the guidelines of the mouse house. Dumbo, is a film of extreme sadness about the separation of mother and child. Who better of a person to make that dreadful situation have beauty than director Tim Burton. The most famous film of his Edward Scissorhands was about an isolated creation trying to both fit in and fine love in the world. Can Burton make this story of an elephant, with the gift of flight, have the same emotional impact he gave Edward close to 30 years ago?

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