The fourth film in the mutant superhero series rewinds to the formation of the team in the 1960s with a cast of young actors taking over the roles.
The sixth feature in the official X-Men big screen franchise wraps the series with another end-of-the-world battle with the young incarnations of the mutant team of superheroes.
Lean, mean, swift, and sure, Atomic Blonde (2017) is the kind of action movie we need in the contemporary morass of CGIed to mush spectacle. That’s not to say it eschews digital effects but director David Leitch, a co-creator and uncredited co-director of John Wick and a veteran stuntman and stunt choreographer, uses digital manipulation […]
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2005) – The beloved C.S. Lewis adventure fantasy, about a quartet of English children who pass through the wardrobe of an English manor during World War II and emerge in a land of magic and danger had been adapted for TV in Britain but […]