Reviews

‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ movie review: Nostalgia abounds in this fun sequel

As far as sequels go, you can do a lot worse than Independence Day: Resurgence, which will have you on the edge of your seat as you laugh, gasp, and then laugh some more.

‘Finding Dory’ movie review: Just keep watching, just keep watching…

When it comes to Finding Dory, we take our cue from the blue tang with short term memory loss when we say, “Just keep watching, just keep watching,” as this movie gets better and better as it goes on.

Marvel’s ‘Civil War II’ #2 review: Don’t do this

In the second issue of Marvel’s Civil War II, Iron Man makes some characteristically rational choices and Ulysses predicts that another iconic Avenger will become a deadly threat.

‘Now You See Me 2’ movie review: You should believe in magic

You may have thought Now You See Me 2 was just another unnecessary sequel brought on by Hollywood’s tendency to milk every dime out of an actual original idea. Well, give this sequel a fair shot. We don’t think you’ll be disappointed.

Marvel’s ‘Thunderbolts’ #2 review: That escalated quickly

The second issue of Marvel’s Thunderbolts features Bucky Barnes playing grumpy dad to a child-shaped cosmic cube and four adult criminals.

Marvel’s ‘Civil War II’ #1 review: It’s our future

The first issue of Marvel’s Civil War II sets Iron Man against Captain Marvel in a conflict of morals enhanced by a great personal tragedy.

‘My Lady Jane’ book review: Rewriting history with a bit of sass

Lady Jane Grey could’ve been a really interesting historical figure… That is, had she not been executed after being queen for just nine days. Thank goodness for My Lady Jane.

‘Me Before You’ movie review: Emilia Clarke enchants in a troubling story

Despite the problematic nature of the plot of Me Before You, Emilia Clarke is stunning in the role of Lou Clark, a character far different from Daenerys Targaryen, but no less fierce.

‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ review: Take an X-Men timeout this weekend

Another spring/summer weekend, another superhero movie. This time it’s X-Men: Apocalypse, and while it’s no Captain America: Civil War, it lives up to its name and is a hell of a lot of fun.