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    Circuit Q&A: What is Your Favorite Jack Nicholson Performance?

    It’s not every day you get to celebrate a legend. With over 60 years of stellar performances, Jack Nicholson is one of the greatest actors of all time. Known for turning in effortless work, he transformed into just about any role an actor would want to play. From wise guys to gangsters to comic book […] More

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    CHECK OUT: Matt Reeves Shares First Look at The Batmobile

    With every new Batman movie comes the anticipation of the Batsuit reveal. It sets the tone for what audiences can expect from the overall aesthetic of the film. Now that we’ve gotten our first official and unofficial look at Robert Pattinson‘s bat armor, the question becomes, “how will the Batmobile match this?” Well, Matt Reeves […] More

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    TV Review: ‘Pennyworth’ Gives Batman’s Butler a Makeover

    There’s a time in everyone’s life, maybe after hearing a certain story or seeing an old picture, when they realize with a sudden jolt that their parents were not born in early middle age, but actually used to be young; cool, even. They made questionable life choices. Maybe hooked up with strangers, or drank too […] More

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    Circuit Q&A – Favorite Batmans & Favorite Bruce Waynes

    With his first screen appearance in 1943, Batman has been around for a long time and seen many iterations. He’s been everything from semi-comical or downright parody (Adam West) all the way to brooding and as dark as the night sky his bat signal is shone brightly against. From Adam West to Christian Bale to […] More

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    Christopher Nolan’s ‘Batman’ Trilogy is Returning to Theaters for Imax Screenings

    Few trilogies captured the hearts of film fans quite like Christopher Nolan‘s trio of Batman outings. “Batman Begins,” “The Dark Knight,” and “The Dark Knight Rises” have a special place in cinematic history. They helped change the game when it comes to comic book adaptations, allowing more respect for the superhero movie genre. Now, they’re […] More

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    Superhero Fix: DC Heroes and Villains That Deserve A Spinoff

    In a few weeks time, the DC fandom will be granted the first standalone movie of a lesser known DC character, Shazam! Will this decision prove a catastrophy, or are unfamiliar DC superheroes an/or villains even more appealing than perennial favorites? With “The Flash” currently on standby until it works out its director and script kinks, […] More

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    Film Review: ‘Justice League’ Stumbles Along the Way But Ultimately Wins the Fight

    If your expectations for any film are in the toilet, then the final delivery can always ultimately surprise you.  With reshoots, multiple writers, new stand in director, and just having the aura of the DC Universe on itself, Zack Snyder‘s “Justice League” proves itself to be a serviceable effort in the DCEU, showing that there […] More

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    TV Review: ‘Batman & Bill’ Features a Compelling Narrative But Falls Short

    Some of the most enjoyable documentaries about the comic world are those about authors who are either unknown or rarely heard from. Documentaries like “Dear Mr. Waterson” or “The Death of ‘Superman Lives’” are able to tell intricate narratives while being extremely informative about their subject matter. This is the space “Batman & Bill” should […] More

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    OPINION: Superhero Films at the Oscars and the Look Ahead

    This year, “Deadpool” was snubbed at the Oscars. Ryan Reynolds, who put over 10 years of blood, sweat and tears into this project, gave one of the most unique performances in recent memory. Tim Miller did a fantastic job directing, and Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick brilliantly wrote what many agree to be an artistic, […] More

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    The Overdue: Can Michael Keaton’s Comeback Win Him an Oscar?

    Few careers go from not being third billed in a poorly reviewed “Robocop” remake to leading two consecutive Best Picture winners. However, not many actors have a career that spans three decades like Michael Keaton does. If there’s one thing that Hollywood loves more than a movie star, it is a comeback story. No longer […] More

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