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Name: Adam M
Date registered: March 28, 2014

Latest posts

  1. The New Jumanji Movie Showed Me How I Should Have Gotten Through My Youth — December 29, 2017
  2. I Used The Force on Rian Johnson — December 21, 2017
  3. Building Him Up to Break Him Down — February 13, 2017
  4. X-Men: How the Franchise Has Fallen — June 6, 2016
  5. In Captain America: Civil War, the audience wins. — May 10, 2016

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The New Jumanji Movie Showed Me How I Should Have Gotten Through My Youth

No teen should ever feel like quitting. *Spoiler-free thoughts* We all go through it. Some of us have regrets. But youth, and specifically high school, can be seen as an adventure. Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle expresses how trust, openness …

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I Used The Force on Rian Johnson

It affirmed my reaction to Star Wars: The Last Jedi. *Spoiler-free thoughts* To be clear, these thoughts aren’t based on an interview. Just personal insight and humour. So, trust me. You learn a lot when you’re in someone’s head. Enough …

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Building Him Up to Break Him Down

How The LEGO Batman Movie is a deeper character analysis than any recent live-action movie featuring the superhero. *Spoiler-free thoughts*

X-Men: How the Franchise Has Fallen

Some movie studios seem to believe that saving the world from complete destruction is the most bankable movie plot. Having “Apocalypse” in the movie title and an extremely identifiable character of the same name as the movie’s villain will bring …

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In Captain America: Civil War, the audience wins.

The trailers only scratch the service of an incredible action movie with a smart backbone, reminding us how hard it is to deal with personal conflict, loss and remorse. *Spoiler-free thoughts*

Why the World Doesn’t Need Ant-Man

And how Marvel made the perfect movie for him anyway. *Spoiler-free thoughts*

The Childhood Dream as a Nightmare

Jurassic World is a genetic hybrid between Jurassic Park and Alien. *Spoiler-free thoughts*

Avengers: Age of Aquarius

Marvel’s biggest summer yet, Avengers: Age of Ultron, focuses on letting every single character shine through their darkest conflict. *Spoiler-free thoughts* 

The Inhuman Race

  While the world’s eyes are set on Age of Ultron, Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D is wasting no time setting up the Inhumans movie.

Shiny and flimsy, but not a complete flop. 

Jupiter Ascending launches enough big ideas to make it the next Matrix trilogy. You just have to make it through the first half of the movie. *Spoiler-free thoughts*

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