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Review: Glass

I have one line from Unbreakable in my head after viewing Glass. David Dunn (Bruce Willis) has accepted his status as a superhuman being and calls Elijah Price (Samuel L. Jackson), asking him what he's supposed to do. "It's all right to be ...

 
 
 
 
 
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Disney's Hunchback of Notre Dame to get live-action remake

Disney seems to be handing us a big old dose of nostalgia in the past few years, and it doesn't seem to be stopping anytime soon. It was announced by Deadline that The Hunchback of Notre Dame is getting a new live-action makeover. The new t...

 
 
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Hannibal Season 4 isn't dead yet, still being shopped around

Remember Hannibal? The cult classic show that NBC sent out to die repeatedly but just wouldn't? The one that was canceled well before its time? The one that took a graveyard shift timeslot to kill? My favorite TV show of all time? Well...

 
 
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Matt's five best movies of the year you didn't go to see

I'll admit it. Most years I'm pretty in line with everyone else's opinions of the best movies. I like to pretend I'm super original and trendy and can pick out those indie classics that no one else watched because I'm so with it, but I'm no...

 
 
 
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See The Kid Who Would Be King early and free

The King Who Would Be King marks the return of Joe Cornish to the director's chair for the first time since Attack the Block, and it also marks the return of those kinds of movies where kids go on unsupervised adventures to save the wo...

 
 
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Review: Dragon Ball Super: Broly

I don't think I'm being hyperbolic when I say that Dragon Ball Z is one of the most important anime to ever exist. For many, Dragon Ball Z was how we became diehard anime fans in the first place. I remember watching Toonami as a kid and bei...

 
 
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Kyle Yadlosky's Top Five Movies of 2018

Last year was not a very good year. Politics were garbage. Economics were garbage. The world is probably going to end in like thirty years. I'm never going to be able to buy a house, and if I did it would most likely be swept away in a stor...

 
 
 
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New Ghostbusters announced in original timeline

Some film franchises should just be left alone, and Ghostbusters is one of them. Entertainment Weekly just announced that Jason Reitman will be bringing the series back in a whole new way. No, we aren't getting a sequel to the all-female Gh...

 
 
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Contest: Win a Blu-ray copy of Halloween

Grab your Shatner masks for this contest, and win a Blu-ray copy of 2018's Halloween! Why all the Halloween-themed stuff in January? Because I can, that's why. I abide by no law, and answer to no holiday-based authorities! To celebrate...

 
 
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Netflix's prices are going to go up again

It hasn't been that long since Netflix raised the price of their streaming service but the insanely successful carrier, hot off winning multiple awards and praise for Roma, is about to do it again. The service announced today that prices fo...

 
 
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Motion Pixels: God of War, boy!

Hot off the heels of all the awards in the world (including Destructoid’s own Game of the Year and Community Game of the Year!), 2018’s God of War was a rebirth for a franchise that was never really down, but...

 
 
 
 
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Sony Screen Gems to make a Just Dance movie

I don't think it needed mentioning, but video game film adaptations are usually never good. The hurdle that video game movies always run into is that they try to adapt several dozen hours of gameplay and narrative into a two-hour time frame...

 
 
 
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Review: Les Miserables, Episode 3

To say that I was in shock after this week's episode would be a monumental understatement. Aside from the fact that I have been completely awestruck by Dominic West’s performance throughout the first and second episodes, there ha...

 
 
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Eastern Promises sequel set to start production in 2019

Though hints have been dropped for some time now in the years since David Cronenberg's 2007 gangster film, screenwriter Steven Knight has given some fresh details on his follow up to Eastern Promises, and it sounds as if we won't have to wa...

 
 
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Aaron Sorkin wants a The Social Network sequel

When David Fincher's The Social Network landed Facebook was still the cream of the social media crop, growing ever bigger and just embracing its money-making promise. It was still a sordid story but the films focus was really on its cr...

 
 
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Aquaman is the first DCEU film to top $1 billion globally

This weekend Aquaman may not have grabbed the number one spot as it lost out to The Upside in its fourth week, but the folks at WB and DC are probably still very happy as they've finally cracked the $1 billion mark with a superher...

 
 
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The new Game of Thrones teaser is oh so chilly

In a matter of four (hopefully short) months, the new season of Game of Thrones will premiere. To help sate the hungry appetites, HBO has released a new teaser for fans and theorists to drool over.  In the past, the crypts of Win...

 
 
 
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Review: On the Basis of Sex

Biopics have come a long way in the last 20 years. What used to be extreme dramatizations of a person’s life have given way to more thoughtful looks at the humanity behind powerful figures. At our very core we are all humans and while...

 
 
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Review: Time Freak

If you love romantic comedies and sci-fi then you will enjoy Time Freak. When I first saw the trailer, I really didn’t know what I was getting myself into. At first glance, it looks like another version of 50 First Dates but with the ...

 
 
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Review: Capernaum

Capernaum made me think that we’re so privileged in the West: there are so many cultures in the world that haven’t had the safety and security -- on a national, local and personal level -- that many of us have experienced. ...

 
 
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Review: If Beale Street Could Talk

It's an incredibly sad reality to accept that racism is still prevalent in 2019. While we've come a long way from the 20th century and things like the "3/5ths Compromise" or "Jim Crow Laws," this nation still treats minorities with prejudic...

 
 
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Review: Buffalo Boys

International movies have the unique ability to share with us stories that we may not know about in easily consumable bites. It's not that every single movie ever released has to tell the story of a nation or peoples past, God knows we don'...

 
 
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We may be getting a Baby Shark movie

For anyone alive with children "Baby Shark" is a song that will never ever ever leave your head. Its catchy beat and easy dance has captured the minds of children everywhere and burrowed deep into their cerebral cortexes so that they beg to...

 
 
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Jesse's top five favorite movies of 2018

2018 was one hell of a year for me. By the time this list gets posted, it'll be officially one year since I was asked to join the Flixist team! In that year I've been to film festivals, NYCC, seen some putrid, horrifying, no-good, vile, and...

 
 
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Review: The Upside

As the years go on I'm actually starting to appreciate January more. Every movie gets a bit of a break during January because of lowered expectations and a universal need to stop watching depressing dramas and overblown action movies. There...

 
 
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Review: A Dog's Way Home

Greetings, humans. I am Lacey. I am the pupper of Jesse. I am here to tell you all of the new doggo movie, A Dog's Way Home. Why is Jesse not telling you of this new movie? Because my human is sleepy. He came back from the movie theater lat...

 
 
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Review: The Punisher (Season 2)

Frank Castle has a dilemma that he will not admit to. For the first few episodes of The Punisher season 2, the character, as played by Jon Bernthal, is trying to move past his Punisher lifestyle and find new enjoyment in life, but as he fin...

 
 
 
 
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Punisher's second season looks as bloody as ever

The Punisher's second season is right around the corner, so it's high time we got to see a sneak peek of it. Netflix has uploaded the trailer for Frank's return and it looks as bloody as you'd expect. People get shot, bullets fly and there'...

 
 
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Review: Wayne (Season 1)

[Note: This review is for the first half of Wayne, Season 1, all that was made available to us prior to the series debut.] Tell me if you’ve seen this movie before: a loner hero type with a moral compass that’s written in s...

 
 




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Glass"Half-empty"

 

Dragon Ball Super: Broly"Jiren, eat your heart out"

 

On the Basis of Sex"A blast from the past"

 

Time Freak"When at first you mess up at love, build a time machine"

 

Capernaum"An imperfect but affecting piece of realist filmmaking"

 

If Beale Street Could Talk"Trust love all the way"

 

Buffalo Boys"Shouldn't work as well as it does"

 

The Upside"Spread the schmaltz on thick"

 

A Dog's Way Home"It's January"

 

The Punisher (Season 2)"Jon Bernthal yells a lot"

 

Wayne (Season 1)"YouTube has original hit on their hands"

 

Bird Box"Come see the light"

 

Lifechanger"Skin on skin"

 

Stan & Ollie"No drama"

 

Holmes & Watson"Doesn't have a clue"

 

Vice"Spend some quality time with Dick"

 

Mary Queen of Scots"Hope everyone did their homework!"

 

Aquaman""ALRIGHT!""

 

Welcome to Marwen"Home of disjointed narratives"

 

Bumblebee"So 80s. So Awesome."

 

Mortal Engines"London calling to the faraway towns"

 

Roma"Alfonso Cuaron has made one of the best movies of the decade"

 

Runaways (Season 2)"Teenagers (and parents) with attitude "

 

Mary Poppins Returns"It's a jolly holiday with Mary"

 
 
 
 
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