Days of Future Past is the X-Men's cinematic kingpin.
This feature is instantaneously handicapped, appearing unfinished through critically mistimed post-production dubbing and patchwork editing.
If it's pedestrian to say that Bay's latest directorial example of hyper real, financial egotism is merely a bunch of robots shooting each other, sorry. It just is.
Captain America's follow through, free from the restraints of origin stories, is an absolute thriller.
Spinning into recruitment video level jingoism is an outright bastardization of the concept.
Amazing Spider-Man 2 can't decide on which way is forward.
Warner doubled up on their support for the Man of Steel Blu-ray release, issuing both standard and limited editions, the latter of which we're diving into through DoBlu's YouTube channel.
Need for Speed evokes nostalgia in its reality.
Ironclad: Battle For Blood is one epic bloodbath if gratuitous violence is your thing.
Noah is not going to be shown in churches or used as study material for Bible classes.
Raid 2 is beautiful in spite of its sliced throats, shattered bones, and brain ejections.
Despite being a calmer film in terms of its action ratio, RoboCop of 2014 is undeniably louder and screaming to fit in.