“Blade Runner 2049” review

It’s Denis Villeneuve’s wonderful, dystopian world and we’re just living in it. The French-Canadian director has undoubtedly changed the science fiction genre forever with his latest film “Blade Runner 2049.” It’s a transcendental, visual experience unlike any other. With masterfully framed scenes bathed in neon hues or a blinding yellow fog, watching “2049” was like …

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Emma Watson is the Belle of the Box Office

Since its inception, Walt Disney Pictures has been synonymous with magic, and Bill Condon’s live action rendering of the 1991 animated feature “Beauty and the Beast” will make you remember why. With infectious songs, lavish sets and ornate costumes, the audience is put under a spell, transported to a time in their lives when they …

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Jackman Redefines the Superhero Genre One Last Time

After 17 years and nine movies, Hugh Jackman has decided to retract his Adamantium claws and ride off into the sunset on a (probably stolen) motorcycle. Not without one final fight in a wifebeater and jeans, however. His last ride, simply titled “Logan,” is a testament to Jackman’s dramatic acting abilities as well as to …

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“Rogue One” is “One” For the Ages

“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” is a whole new breed of “Star Wars” film, as it doesn’t focus on Skywalker drama and the word “episode” is missing from the title. It’s the series’ first foray into theatrically released live-action spin-offs, and judging by its massive box office success, it won’t be the last. The …

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