On this episode of Reel World: Rewind… With the upcoming release of M. Night Shyamalan’s Glass, it seemed fitting to return to the movie that started it all. Surprising audiences on the back of Shyamalan’s Oscar-nominated Sixth Sense, people were excited…

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In the transition period between the first third and middle third of Thor: Ragnarok, the God of Thunder is subdued in a chair and forced into a gladiatorial-like arena to battle its champion. Before he enters the arena, his previous…

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We’ve finally reached the ultimate conclusion of #XMenWeek! Now that we’ve reviewed the movies and you’ve had a chance to get caught up on all things X-Men, it’s time to discuss which movies stand out from the others. If you…

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This film has one of the coolest posters of any Marvel movie, and that was enough to excite me to see it in the summer of 2013. After the canon decimating mess that was X-Men Origins: Wolverine, the clawed tough…

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On the heels of the highest grossing, yet most critically reviled installment of the X-men franchise, X-Men: The Last Stand, Fox tried to continue the money machine by focusing on their most popular X-man, Wolverine. It’s hard to argue against…

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Everyone wants to be accepted. Even those who spurn acceptance do so to be accepted for not accepting who they are. Perhaps the biggest theme of any X-Men story is identity and being accepted. The whole premise of the original…

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Believe it or not, there was a time when there were not a dozen superhero movies being released every year. It almost seems mythological at this point, our brains are so saturated these days with people with powers beating up…

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How does one make a film with characters called Storm, Sabertooth, Cyclops, and Magneto and make it believable? Well, with a great sense of humor about itself and some poignant and relevant themes. Starting very purposefully with a WWII-era scene…

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For most of the movie watching world, there is only one movie coming out this weekend. While it would make sense to only highlight the most anticipated Marvel movie since, well, the last one, you don’t want to miss out…

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The Dark Knight Rises is a must-see film. Easily the best film of the year. It’s not perfect, but it’s audacious. Nolan takes some tremendous risks, and they pay off. The scope of the story is enormous, the acting is…

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