'Crazy Rich Asians' (2018) Review
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'Crazy Rich Asians' (2018) Review

It's August release time and if you know films, it's not a major release month. Summer blockbusters are over and school is back in session. So you would expect the new love story Crazy Rich Asians to be a trait film in some way. Really, what's to gain from this film if you just read the script because it's such a basic plot. Crazy Rich Asians comes together though in such a different way. Something much more that puts a lot of things into perspective, including a film that offers more than just a love story.

First look at Liu Yifei as Disney's fearless warrior 'Mulan'

First look at Liu Yifei as Disney's fearless warrior 'Mulan'

If this picture doesn't do much to excite you, then I'd advise you check your pulse for signs of life. — Production for Disney's live-action adaptation of Mulan is officially underway! To celebrate the momentous occasion, Disney unveiled our first look at Liu Yifei's titular heroine, Hua Mulan. At first glance, she looks every bit like the fearless warrior she is destined to become!

'BlacKkKlansman' Review
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'BlacKkKlansman' Review

“BlacKkKlansman” is the latest Spike Lee “joint”. It’s the director’s most high-profile release since 2006’s “Inside Man” and will likely be seen by many critics and movie fans as a career “comeback”. As a stand alone film, this is a unique and thought/emotion-provoking effort, though, at times a bit heavy-handed.

'The Meg' Review
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'The Meg' Review

The shark attack thriller genre has returned to surface recently, thanks to the popularity of Discovery Channel’s annual “Shark Week” (highlighted by their ridiculous “Sharknado” movies). 2016’s “The Shallows” and last year’s “47 Meters Down” both took a pretty good bite out of their opening weekend box office battles. Now, one of the most badass action stars on the planet squares-off against a gigantic titan of the sea in “The Meg”.

'Crazy Rich Asians' Review
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'Crazy Rich Asians' Review

“Crazy Rich Asians” is based on the popular 2013 novel of the same name by Kevin Kwan. It stars “Fresh Off the Boat”’s Constance Wu as Rachel. She’s an NYU professor who’s about to meet her boyfriend’s family for the first time. There’s just one problem: Nick (Henry Golding) is crazy rich, and Rachel doesn’t know it. The couple travels to Singapore where Nick will be best man at his best friend’s wedding. But the big question on the minds of everyone is: Is Rachel, who comes from a poor background, the best woman for him?

 Marvel Will Use James Gunn's Script for 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3', May Even Return to Direct

Marvel Will Use James Gunn's Script for 'Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3', May Even Return to Direct

James Gunn situation is well known to anyone that has the internet. So I'm not going to waste our time by reliving that exhausting situation. — Gunn was fired from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3 last month. Yet film studios are already offering him big projects. Earlier this week Variety ran a story stating Disney will not re-hire James Gunn or will they use his script. Well it looks like that might be changing. The Hollywood Reporter is claiming that Disney will use his script and there is a possibility he may be re-hired even if it isn't for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.3? Say what... if you're going to re-hire him at least give him back his franchise. This is where the report gets really interesting.

'Supergirl' movie in the works for Warner Bros and DC

'Supergirl' movie in the works for Warner Bros and DC

Looks like Warner Bros, and DC have big plans for Krypton's less talked about heroic figure - Supergirl. — Deadline first broke the news that Warner Bros. and DC have plans to develop a feature film based around DC's iconic heroine, Kara Zor-El a/k/a Supergirl. And with the recent success of Wonder Woman, this certainly feels like a no-brainer.

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