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DoorMatt Movie Discussion: Was "Man of Steel" Intended to Launch a DC Cinematic Universe?

By now, it is no secret that we here (read: I) at DoorMatt Review are big fans of DC Comics and the DC Cinematic Universe. While I did not give a glowing review to “Suicide Squad,” I also certainly did enjoy the film and ended up being a big fan of what they did with it despite a few obvious pratfalls in the making of the film. 1,486 more words

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Perks of Being a Wall Flower

Maybe people don’t get thrashed around so openly in high school, but honestly that’s a small point to be had. Perks of Being a Wallflower had me emotionally engulfed throughout the entire movie. 461 more words

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Our 2¢ on: Suicide Squad

Good day everyone, today my friend Max and I will be discussing Suicide Squad, the latest film in the DC Extended Universe. The format is simple, each of us answers short questions about the film. 1,494 more words

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My thoughts on Suicide Squad

“Okay”

The chemistry between the team and the banter that they have with each other throughout the film is fantastic. Will Smith, Margot Robbie, and Jai Courtney did a terrific job with their characters. 244 more words

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All That Jazz

Cafe Society, written and directed by Woody Allen, is more of an experience than a film.

Bobby, a young man (Jesse Eisenberg) who has just moved to Hollywood to work for his uncle (Steve Carell), falls in love with Vonnie (Kristen Stewart), a beautiful young woman who is in love with someone else. 744 more words

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Into the Wild

Hunt for the Wilderpeople seems like a simple, predictable story. Troubled foster kid Ricky (Julian Dennison) finally gets placed with a good family. Things seem to be going well with his new foster mom Bella (Rima Te Wiata) and grumpy “Don’t call me Uncle” Hec (Sam Neill)—at least, until the state decides to take him back. 511 more words

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My thoughts on Star Trek Beyond

“Awesome”

I thoroughly enjoyed this film! It has great humor, action, visuals, and also a great score! I wasn’t bored at all and I was invested from start to finish. 240 more words

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