In which Thanos and Green Lantern duke it out.
by Benjamín Harguindey
To say Deadpool 2 (2018) is a better movie than its 2016 counterpart is faint praise. The original movie, which broke the box office record for an R-rated release, felt less like a feature-length movie (exhausting running time notwithstanding) and more like a demo, a proof of concept. Fox asked, would audiences care for a superhero flick with this kind of offbeat moxie? Audiences voted with their wallet. And so a sequel was Kickstarted. Continue reading “Review: Deadpool 2”
Deep into the youg-adult wilderness.
by Alejandro Turdó
Taika Waititi’s craft as a director indicates in a clear fashion how easy it comes to some the bleding of drama and comedy in a movie. If you count yourself among the lucky ones who saw What We Do in the Shadows (2014) – his previous film – you are in for a treat with Hunt For The Wilderpeople (2016), a story filled with quirky characters, bizarre situations and heartwarming dramedy.
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