Ultron makes for great Blu-ray material, except for some audio quirks Loaded with characters, motivations, and allegories, Avengers: Age of Ultron may be too much movie, but its ability …
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Michael Mann’s soggy two-hour ode to the internet at its worst The NSA has high-level employees dumb enough to open email attachments in order to change their password. This …
Avengers Re-Assembled Ultron is an assertive villain. Emotive. Cold. Unreal. He is a robot, yes, but not a pre-programmed killer. He (it?) considers the ramifications of his vile actions …
Skies fall, British locations are crushed, and Nine Realms are saved... even if we only see three.
Even in comparison to the thin 1984 original, Red Dawn is struggling for purpose.
It hits you over the head, pieces come together, and it executes a glorious finale that is as ingenious as the set up.
It's a calculated, precise piece of popcorn art, the type that defines the term “summer blockbuster,” and possibly redefines it.
Huntsman has plenty to look at it, so it's a shame the substance isn't there.
Director Kenneth Branagh mixes the playful with the emotional, capturing a summer movie base without offending the source material.