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  • Spider-Man: No Way Home

    Spider-Man: No Way Home


    Today on Nonlinear Marvel Reviews, we'll be looking at this weekend's major holiday release, Spider-Man: No Way Home.

    Of course, there will be no major spoilers in my review - though, if you've spent any time on the Internet in the last several months, I'm sure you're already aware of the film's key spoilers, even if I weren't to discuss them right here.

    However, I'll go through some of the villains in this film. From my perspective, none of them…

  • Last Night in Soho

    Last Night in Soho


    Edgar Wright educates the youth of today why commenting "I was born in the wrong generation" underneath their favorite Beatles song in the YouTube comments section may not be the greatest idea with his latest film, Last Night in Solo.

    Last Night in Soho is the first time in Wright's career that he has moved outside of his comedic comfort zone to produce something that is devoid of humor and relies exclusively on adhering to one genre.

    Here Wright creates something in…

Recent reviews

  • Cyrano



    Joe Wright's new movie is like if NyQuil were now a major motion picture.

    The film is one of the oddest productions to reach the big screen in a long time. That of a Cyrano de Bergerac musical starring Peter Dinklage.

    And that isn't all. Wright's musical is entirely in the manner of Tom Hooper's Les Misérables. Only there's no singing brought out by Hugh Jackman or Anne Hathaway, who have lovely voices. Instead, everyone sounds like a messed-up Russell Crowe…

  • Scream



    If there was ever a film that had all the odds stacked against it, this is it.

    Scream (5) debuts 11 years after the previous installment, and it is the first in the franchise in which filmmaker Wes Craven does not return to the director's chair after his death in 2015.

    The previous fourth picture, released in 2011, was the series' first installment in 11 years, going back to the third film's premiere in 2000, the same number of years…

Popular reviews

  • The Tax Collector

    The Tax Collector

    This just goes to show that David Ayer is definitely the kind of guy who would unironically still wear those types of airbrushed graffiti t-shirts which has a Looney Tunes character dressed as a gangster on it.

  • Dune



    Several months before it was publicly announced that director Denis Villeneuve would be directing a new adaptation of Frank Herbert's classic novel Dune, during the press tour for his most recent film at the time, Blade Runner 2049, Villeneuve said this, "A longstanding dream of mine is to adapt 'Dune,'.... and I don't think I will succeed."

    Well, Monsieur Villeneuve, I'm sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but you did succeed, and you also kind of nailed it.…