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Lego Assembles New “The Lego Batman Movie” Content and Inspires Fans to “Build Something Batman”

 “The Lego Batman Movie” swooped  into theaters everywhere, but there’s more content for Bat-fans to enjoy after the credits. Lego posted a series of online mini-movies that connect characters from “The Lego Batman Movie” to related Lego products. Each video tells a brief story about each Lego set related to the movie, often ending with a twist representing the creativity ...

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“The Lego Batman Movie” Builds Witty Commentary on Superheroes

When Batman showed up as a mini-figure in “The Lego Movie” three years ago, he was easily “the most talented, most interesting, and most extraordinary person” in the movie. Now he returns to the Lego universe in “The Lego Batman Movie” and delivers a performance so metal that even Ozzy Osbourne will would have second thoughts about biting him. “The ...

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Review: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them (Harry Potter)

By Dom Nardi “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” is the first Harry Potter movie not based directly on one of J.K. Rowling’s novels (although she did write the script).* The movie takes place in New York City in 1926, over 70 years before Harry Potter first went to Hogwarts. Newt Scamander (Eddie Redmayne), an eccentric wizard/zoologist, accidentally releases ...

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Doctor Strange Review

“Doctor Strange” Please note: this review may contain some spoilers. One word to describe Marvel’s newest movie release, Doctor Strange, would be excellent. It has all the action and humor a Marvel movie has, and the VFX are great and rival movies like Inception. Buildings bend, magic is used to create weapons and open portals to other places as well as dimensions like the ...

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New Indiana Jones Animated Movie a Must-See!

Indiana Jones Animated Movie

New Adventure, Travel-Sized It’s time to dust off your whip and fedora, because Indiana Jones is back for another adventure!  No, I’m not talking about Indy 5; I’m talking about “The Adventures of Indiana Jones,” an animated movie by Patrick Schoenmaker. And because it has everything fans want, it’s a must-see! The globe-trotting hero embarks on a quest to find another ...

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Supervillains Steal the Spotlight in DC’s “Suicide Squad”

  The Avengers. The Justice League. Sometimes, situations get so bad that it takes more than one superhero to deal with them. And then there are times when the government is desperate enough to employ the very villains the heroes fought and caught in the first place—justified, of course, by “regulating” them.    This is the premise of “Suicide Squad,” ...

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Narnia Returns! The Silver Chair coming from Sony’s TriStar

Sony’s TriStar has joined with The Mark Gordon Company, The C.S. Lewis Company and Entertainment One (eOne) to produce The Chronicles of Narnia: The Silver Chair for the silver screen. Picking up where 20th Century Fox and Walden Media left off, The Silver Chair is the next book in the series. It will star a new cast, due to the length of time ...

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Master and Padawan: New Hope through Mentoring

“Pass on What You Have Learned”   You don’t have to go to a galaxy far, far, away to find Jedi Masters mentoring their Padawans. Ann has built such a relationship with Avery in the state of North Carolina. Their bond stands out for two reasons: First, Ann is Avery’s mentor mom, and second, Avery isn’t nearly as excited about ...

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How Your Guardian VidAngel Is Changing How We Watch Movies

Internet technology has come a long way in every sphere of life, including how we watch TV. Television show die-hards once gathered across cyberspace to discuss the latest nail-biting episode of their favorite shows. Now they can binge-watch entire seasons at a time through streaming services, ranging from subscription plans to video on demand (VOD). The rise of streaming posed ...

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Motives and Means Mar Morals in “Batman V Superman”

  “Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man’s character, give him power.” ~ Abraham Lincoln An alien ship hovers over the city. People panic, trapped in traffic and office buildings. Many try to run, jostling into each other before the threat from the sky unloads a deadly payload. One hero can stop the ...

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