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Author: Tommy Zimmer

Is Justice League Worth a Protest?

Justice League has been less than a universally praised film by either fans or critics alike. As is the case with most Zack Snyder films in the DC Cinematic Universe, the film was met with a divided response from most. Some people would not even go see the film despite hearing it was not as bad as the critics were saying it was. When news came that there was a different cut of the film, it caused many to start a petition. Fans wanted to see a Zack Snyder-cut of the film. They argued that the official version released...

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How to Be Winning With Tiger Blood and Adonis DNA: The Dual Diagnosis Dilemma of Charlie Sheen

“Wow, and then what? What’s the cure? Medicine? Make me like them? Not gonna happen,” Sheen said in an infamous interview with Andrea Canning of ABC News in March 2011. “I’m bi-winning. I win here and I win there. Now what? If I’m bipolar, aren’t there moments where a guy like crashes and is lying in the corner like, ‘Oh my God, it’s all my mom’s fault?’ Shut up. Shut up. Stop. Move forward.” The question of Charlie Sheen’s mindset came after he had one of the craziest party weekends during January 2011. He had one of the wildest...

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Christian Bale Has Not Watched Ben Affleck’s Batman Films: Why Does it Matter?

Since Christian Bale made headlines with his comments that he has not seen Ben Affleck’s Batman films, the entertainment and online media have jumped all over it. They are making it out to be something important and that should be an indicator to you of how the DC Cinematic Universe is doing. Why would Christian Bale, a former Batman, not see the latest incarnation of the character he previously played? It seems to be something the entertainment world thinks is important enough to write about, so they pushed this out as quick as possible. Bale portrayed Bruce Wayne/Batman in...

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It’s Groovy and Psychedelic, Man: Exploring The Drug Dependency of ’70s Charles Xavier

X-Men: Days of Future Past is largely responsible for rebooting and reviving the X-Men film franchise to an extent. While X-Men: First Class and The Wolverine were largely hits, they did not feature the original cast from the X-Men films and focused on an earlier time period and a single character, respectively. They did not allow the audience to continue onward with the characters they had built up a great deal of love for, despite the just OK X-Men: The Last Stand. However, X-Men: Days of Future Past brought back most of the original X-Men film cast as well...

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Where do The X-Men go Now After Disney-Fox Merger?

The X-Men characters were one of the first successful properties that Marvel ever had adapted to the screen. The legacy of the characters started on film back in 2000 with the release of the first film, X-Men starring Patrick Stewart and Hugh Jackman. Since then, the franchise has expanded into nine additional films with three more set for release within 2018 and one for 2019. Suffice it to say, the franchise has seen periods of rejuvenation with 2014’s X-Men: Days of Future Past and 2016’s Deadpool. While some of the films such as 2006’s X-Men: The Last Stand and...

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