Death on the Nile (2022) Movie Review

If Murder was better than expected, then Death on the Nile more-or-less delivers as expected, which is all anyone can really ask from a sequel. It’s another affectionately assembled throwback to mysteries of yesteryear, with slick production design and a solid cast, all in support of a classic story that would be difficult to screw up.

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Zack Snyder's Justice League Review

Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021) Movie Review

Like the theatrical cut, Zack Snyder’s Justice League is ultimately a mixed bag, though perhaps for different reasons. The film certainly has issues of its own, most notably the extreme length and the director’s increasing reluctance to trim the fat. And more than ever, those not completely up-to-speed on the DCEU will feel they’re attending a party they weren’t invited to. Others might consider those liabilities to be virtues and a major part of what makes the film his crowning achievement. Indeed, it’s hard to imagine the Cult of Snyder not loving all 242 minutes of it.

Wonder Woman 1984 (2020) Movie Review

While Wonder Woman 1984 is still enjoyable, I can see why it polarized critics and alienated some fans, especially with the bloated running time. I also suspect the film’s thinly-disguised depiction of President Reagan as something of a war monger will offend those who continue to deify the man. Now that I think about it, perhaps that’s part of the reason it does take place in 1984.

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Wonder Woman (2017) Movie Review by Darrin Gauthier

So many critics bring up in their review about how this was directed about a women and being about a woman super hero and I think that’s great but it doesn’t make it a great movie because of that, I don’t care who directed it, man, women, what nation their from just direct a good movie, now I would love to see more woman directors get a chance at doing blockbuster movies but I can’t judge them till they do it.

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