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Hulk smash puny critic! 

Bruce Banner is not a hero. One would be wrong for mistaking him as one. He is not proud or triumphant, he doesn’t wear a cape, and he doesn’t “save the day” as someone like Superman or Batman would. 1,020 more words


The Incredible Hulk (2008)

After Iron Man wowed audiences in the summer, the freshly minted Marvel Studios moved forward with their next big hero one month later. You wouldn’t like him when he’s angry. 455 more words

Superhero Film

Fight Club

David Fincher’s Fight Club is the redemption tale of a man who goes from religiously ordering IKEA furniture to orchestrating an underground wrestling club with the help of an eccentric soap maker. 342 more words

Movie Review

25th Hour

There’s three different approaches that I can take in discussing Spike Lee’s masterpiece 25th Hour, and they all possess an equal part of my brain as to make this decision much more difficult than I would have guessed. 182 more words

Primal Fear: Crafting a Sympathetic Killer

I’ve recently watched Primal Fear (1996) for the first time in years and it cements my opinion that the 90’s was the best decade for American film. 720 more words

Film Discussion

The Illusionist (2006)

Anything starring Edward Norton I’ll watch and so should you. Why? Because he makes you fascinated about every character he plays. This is the case in The Illusionist, but it’s a shame he couldn’t save it from being overshadowed by a better 2006 film about magicians ( 554 more words


The Grand Budapest Hotel - Film Review

Here we are. Another day, another Wes Anderson film. And another great film too! It’s his latest and is up there with his greatest, featuring all his usual stylistic and thematic choices and the usual cast of great performances. 504 more words