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X-Men Days Of Future Past: Stumble Into Hope (Movie Review)

The present world of the X-Men (2023) is desolate, and life has been delineated between mutants (and those humans who support them) and the rest of humanity. Giant, adaptable Sentinels (artificial intelligent robots) hunt and destroy all of the mutants … Continue reading

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X-Men Rewind: A Parable Of Society (Movie Review)

With the seventh X-Men feature releasing tomorrow, I’ve been reviewing the previously-released elements of the cinematic mythology. It’s hard not to draw from the various comic books, television shows, etc. but I’ve tried to keep it limited to what the … Continue reading

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12 Years A Slave: Can Art Change The World? (Movie Review)

It was a big year for films based on true stories about racial relations in the United States. In 2013, merely weeks into January, Michael B. Jordan played Oscar Grant III in Fruitvale Station, the victim of a police-related shooting … Continue reading

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12 Years A Slave: Are We Really Free? (Movie Review)

“All men are not free if one is oppressed.”– Anonymous The best film of the year. A brutal, unflinching look at slavery, racism, abuse, and humanity. An absolutely emotional punch in the gut. A film I couldn’t watch a second … Continue reading

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