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Suicide Squad Review

There is a hell of a lot of pressure riding on Suicide Squad, especially with Warner Bros.’ previous two efforts to kick start their DC Extended Universe striking out with critics and at the box office (relative to Marvel). Can Suicide Squad build upon the world conceived in Man of Steel and help boost this shared universe before the Justice ...

Fearless Disney Princesses

A renowned animation and film studio, Disney has delighted the hearts of many children and adults. Enchanting stories with magical castles and award-winning soundtracks came effortlessly to Disney; it was and still is an intrinsic quality. Who does heroic princes and dazzling princesses better than Disney? But, there comes a point when frail women and pretty princesses looses it touch. ...

New to Netflix – Home, Last Chance U, and Tallulah

Home   From what I can gather from the first episode, and because I haven’t watched the 2015 film this was based on, it’s about a girl called Tip who wants a squid creature called Oh to move in with her and her family. It’s fine as a television show and I think the art-style of the show is actually ...

San Diego’s 2016 Comic-Con- The round up: Best & Worse of day 3 & 4

So this year's Comic-Con is officially over and boy what a year it was! We had new trailers, new reveals, first looks at our new heroes and many more. I am going to run down the best and worse (yes there were some 'bad') parts of the second half of this year's super convention. Throughout the week we were lucky enough to be gifted with some top notch awaited trailers from some of the most anticipated films, superhero franchises and series. Also we got exclusive footage from upcoming seasons of popular series including Game of Thrones, Flash and Luke Cage, so let’s get this list underway

Shall we start with everything good?

MARVEL STUDIOS



 

Okay, well best start with Marvel. What's so impressive about the Marvel Studios is that, each year they have consistently built up everyone’s expectations and continues to exceed them! This year was no different, even though we didn’t get any feature footage from Black Panther; which hacked off the fans slightly, we were instead gifted with the new t

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Jason Bourne Review

Nine years after the release of The Bourne Ultimatum, Matt Damon and Paul Greengrass return to the Bourne franchise, seeking to rescue it from the mediocrity of The Bourne Legacy, and reintroduce Jason Bourne as a stalwart of the modern action genre. There’s a lot of expectation from audiences, with the hope that the self-titled Jason Bourne can live up ...

The Return Of The Four Horsemen – ‘Now You See Me 2’ Review

Audiences were left in awe after seeing ‘Now You See Me’. And now, the release of ‘Now You See Me 2’ is going to show what it really is to leave someone awestruck. Another sequel that, like its prequel, is another film in which its basic strengths are in its capacity to create a stunning visual experience. Unfortunately, that’s something we have been experiencing ...

Comic-Con: The Strange, The Bat and The Hairy

Year after year, San Diego Comic-Con (the Super Bowl of the film and TV world) delivers such a mountain of material that frankly it gets pretty hard for us to cover it without sacrificing any good writer’s sense of concision. We’ve had Defenders, Agents, Justice Leaguers and Suicide Squads, but that doesn’t mean this year was entirely fixated on ensembles. ...

Comic-con- Christmas for movie fans!

  In what is the first part of a Union Time’s Comic-con movie announcement special, this post will be looking at some of the great films revealed at 2016’s San Diego Comic-con. As a Marvel and DC comics fan myself, the event is quite literally like waking up on Christmas morning, excited about the prospect of what could be unveiled. ...

Star Trek Beyond – Movie Review

Since the revival of the beloved Star Trek franchise in 2009, a certain degree of division has taken root amongst its audience. Moviegoers in general and fans of science fiction embraced wholeheartedly the first outing of the perfectly cast Chris Pine, Zachary Quinto and co. It was grand, fantastic, operatic, and it introduced the ongoing mission of the Starship Enterprise ...

San Diego’s 2016 Comic-Con super week coverage- Preview night & Launch Day

San Diego’s Comic-Con is officially in full swing with the hordes of zombies, legions of Stormtroopers, leagues of superheroes and crews of Starfleet having already begun marauding their way in San Diego and boy what a couple of day’s we’ve already had. This year’s convention kicked off Wednesday evening with the festival’s preview night, where the lucky 4 day passers got the ...

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