Marvel Movies

The world demands and needs more Star Wars episodes. I personally loved watching The Force Awakens. For me, it was the fondant icing on top of the 2015 movie cake. That does not however give J.J. Abrams and company blanket absolution for their science fiction misgivings. Here are five brief, albeit (ideally) poignant and ratiocinative observations about the flaws in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. 1. Adam Driver as Kylo Ren is a poor choice and an awful casting decision. He lacks anything even approaching a villainous aura and has less charisma than Hayden Christensen did as Anakin Skywalker metamorphosing into Darth Vader.

Star Trek: Beyond goes way, way, way beyond being an ordinary movie. In fact, Star Trek: Beyond is the best of the new trilogy of Star Trek movies. The first new Star Trek movie glimpsed some emotionally compelling introductory moments. The second Star Trek installment saw the death of a fatherly figure and the trials of friendship between Kirk and Spock. Star Trek: Beyond, directed by Fast and Furious choreographic legend Justin Lin, offers a different flavor altogether.   Star Trek: Beyond is a thrilling, gripping, ne'er-a-dull pace action spectacular. The mood is dark, the lighting is John Snow buried under a pile of carcasses imaginative, and the

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