Review: Venom

Needs an antidote.

by Benjamín Harguindey

Venom (2018) joins the ranks of the likes of Suicide Squad (2016) and Deadpool 2 (2018) as the kind of movie that wants to be both an edgy answer to Marvel’s all-too-cozy EU and a relief to the superhero fatigue, yet amounts to precisely the same thing it’s supposedly riffing on. It’s a sorry, disappointing result.

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Review: Solo: A Star Wars Story

When Han met Chewie.

by Benjamín Harguindey

You’re in for a treat if you’ve been dying to find out the exact circumstances in which Han Solo met Chewbacca, won the Milennium Falcon off Lando Calrissian and then made the Kessel Run under 12 parsecs. If that’s the case, Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018) has you covered. No sign of Boba Fett yet, and a certain Hutt only gets a passing reference. Gotta leave something for the next Star Wars Story.

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Review: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Imperfect, cornered and wounded.

by Antonio Cabello Ruiz-Barrecos

Review of Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017), directed by Martin McDonagh. UK / USA.

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True Detective: Third Season Confirmed

We get the world we deserve.

by Benjamín Harguindey

Following two years of silence after 2015’s unanymously panned second season, HBO has finally confirmed a third season of True Detective is in the works and the protagonist has already been cast.

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Review: The Edge of Seventeen (2016)

It’s never a good time to be a teenager. Ever.

by Alejandro Turdó

Kelly Fremon Craig is a writer and director whose younger years aren’t too far away if you think about it. She’s barely 31. Maybe that’s the reason why her work resembles teenage angst so accurately.

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