Category: DC Movie Universe

“The Suicide Squad” Entertains But Deserves More

In some ways, “The Suicide Squad” didn’t have to do much to succeed its predecessor, “Suicide Squad“. Many dismissed the first film entirely because of a lousy studio. I’ve warmed to it some listening to David Ayer cryptically reveal what might have been. I was excited, however, when the announcement came that James Gunn would […]

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“Wonder Woman 1984” Doesn’t Rise Above Its Own Bloat

Well, it’s been a while since we’ve been to the theaters for a superhero movie. “Birds of Prey” and “Joker” were the last two, and neither fit the bill exactly. While some of you might have been able to go see “Wonder Woman 1984” on the big screen, most of the audience will be watching […]

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DC Fandome

DC FanDome Breaks Away From Comic-Con

It looks like yet another studio is breaking away from the Hall H Comic-Con tradition. San Diego Comic-Con will be taking place virtually this year, but it will most likely have notably less material from the DC Universe. That’s because Warner Brothers have announced DC Fandome for August 22nd. The 24-hour event will be free for everyone, so it looks like you’re going to this one too.

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Birds of Prey

Birds of Prey Brings The Action Without The Character

“Birds of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn)” doesn’t offer any real surprises. That’s not a bad thing considering DC’s rocky film past. The film doesn’t break new ground as last year’s “Joker” tried to do. Nor does it try to cram too much in leaving the plot in disarray like it’s […]

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