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Troubled Timing: The Only Problem With Lego Movie 2

Per Matt There really isn’t much to complain about The Lego Movie 2: The Second Part. It’s a great movie that’s got heart, a good storyline, many fun voice actors and plenty of laughs. But it’s the last element that’s… Continue Reading →

Building a Blockbuster, Brick By Brick

Per Matt DC Comics, the home that Batman built, has had a rocky past with its Dark Knight Detective-themed movies that have been adapted throughout the years. While they have been generally successful at the box office, that’s not always… Continue Reading →

2016’s Five Best Geek Films

Ranked? Hell no. You can’t rank your favorites! 2016 was so chock-full of geek movie goodness and more box-office action for us nerd kids than you could count in short order. Instead, I’ve selected five films in categories which defined… Continue Reading →

Wonder Woman Joins the DC Cinematic Superhero Club

Wonder Woman finally appears in live action on the big screen in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The Amazonian warrior debuted in comic books more than 70 years ago. She is an icon of feminine strength and independence. She’s… Continue Reading →

LEGO Super Heroes: Justice League vs. Bizarro League

Worlds collide when the LEGO Super Heroes realize the biggest threat to the universe may actually be themselves!

Justice League: Gods and Monsters

In an alternate reality, the Justice League is considered a group of terrorists who are not only feared by evildoers, but also the entire population at large. Wonder Woman is a New God who fled to Earth after Darkseid’s entire… Continue Reading →

Justice League: Doom

What’s a four-letter word that’s been painfully missing from so many DC animated movies, ever since Justice League Unlimited was cancelled on Cartoon Network?

The LEGO Movie

Who would’ve thought a movie based on a toy line would wind up being a critical and commercial success, as well as one of the best movies of 2014?

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