(Spoiler-Free!) Star Wars: The Last Jedi First Impressions

I will admit, I initially thought that it would be hard to talk about Star Wars: The Last Jedi without spoiling, as just talking about the broad strokes like I normally do feels like a massive injustice, but thinking about it now, the broad strokes are actually the movie's greatest strength. So we're three movies…

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Unite the Justice League – The What’s A Geek Review

Folks at the DC Extended Universe (DCEU) has finally unveiled Justice League, the much-awaited film that marks the introduction of the eponymous superhero team. The trailers themselves show a wild and explosive ride with our favorite DC Comics heroes in the big screen. And while the film succeeds to be an entertaining superhero flick, the Zack…

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Thor: Ragnarok, Explosions, and the Almost Zany Adventure

The inscription on the mighty hammer Mjolnir states: "Whosoever holds this hammer, if he be worthy, shall possess the power of Thor." If you were Thor however, and someone breaks your hammer, what do you become? Viewers will get an early shock in Thor: Ragnarok when Hela (Cate Blanchett) heralds the Mjolnir's destruction. The Goddess…

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Dissecting Holland’s Spider-Man, Peter Parker

Researchers from the University of California, Merced have found that troubled children may find inspiration from superheroes (2015). And not just superheroes, but rather the people underneath their respective mantles. Psychologist Chris Fradkin and his colleagues forwarded a study on children relating more to "pre-cloak" versions of characters such as Spider-Man. While radioactive spiders that grant…

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