Top 10 Questions Following “Avengers: Endgame”

I initially started writing a review for Avengers: Endgame, but there is just so much to unpack that I think it is better reserved for a podcast. That said, this article is going to have a lot of spoilers from the movie. Please do not read on until you have seen the film. While the Marvel…

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Venom is Not as Bad as the Critics Say

Let’s just get this out of the way now: “Venom” is not a great movie, but some of the reviews of the film are simply way too harsh. In the end, the film is entertaining and has positive aspects to it, but we as society have been spoiled by good comic movies over the past…

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“Logan Lucky” is a Poor Man’s “Oceans Eleven”

After a four-year retirement, Steven Soderbergh returned to the director’s chair for Logan Lucky, but his biggest influence for this film was himself. Logan Lucky, a heist film taking place during the Coca-Cola 600 at the Charlotte Motor Speedway in Concord, N.C. is strikingly similar to one of Soderbergh’s previous (and probably most famous) film,…

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“The House” Fails to Up the Comedic Ante

Despite the pairing of two talented comedic actors in Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler, The House is nothing more than 88 bland minutes where all of the funny scenes are shown in the trailers. The duo star as husband and wife, Scott and Kate, who are unable to afford their daughter’s upcoming college tuition and resort…

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“Rough Night” Turns the Table on Raunchy Comedies

For decades, raunchy comedies have been dominated by men, whether it is National Lampoon’s Animal House, The Hangover or Caddyshack. These movies have shown men at their worst, but have done so in a hilarious way. The genre, however, has long been missing a bit of estrogen, which is what is presented in Rough Night, although to some less-than-stellar…

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