Review: Spider-Man: Far From Home

I was a little apprehensive to go see this movie, honestly. Not because I thought the movie would be bad, but because Spider-Man: Far From Home was the first post-Endgame movie. And since Tony Stark had been a big part of Spider-Man: Homecoming, his loss would be felt all the more keenly.

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Review: Aquaman

I’ll be honest, I’m not really interested in DC content. Probably because I grew up with Marvel related things a lot more. I didn’t read the comics, but I did love the Animated X-men series and knew about more of the characters of the Marvel universe than I did about the DC universe. Sure I knew who Superman and Batman were, and I remember watching Smallville for a few episodes before I missed another few and didn’t know what the hell was going on when I got back to it. But the DC universe just never really had any pull on me. But the trailer for Aquaman caught my interest, so I decided, why not?

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Review: Braven

I stumbled upon the movie Braven because I decided I wanted to see more of Jason Momoa’s filmography. I scrolled through his IMDB page and wrote some titles down for viewing in the future. Braven was on top of my list because it was a recent movie, and not a very long one. I was not disappointed.

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Review: Dragon Age: Inquisition

I jumped into the Dragon Age franchise with Dragon Age: Inquisition, an action role-playing game. And, as usual, it’s the third game published. I jumped in without researching the preceding games, and in a way, you don’t really need to. All you need to understand is right there in the game itself. Sure, there must be tons of lore that went right over my head, but that didn’t hamper my enjoyment of the game at all.

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Review: Salt

Salt is an action-packed movie, full of well choreographed fight scenes, gunfire and tension. It’s a nice action movie with no intentions of being any more than that. Angelina Jolie is Evelyn Salt, a female agent of the CIA who is accused of being a Russian spy. Soon, she is running for her life and to save her husband.

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Review: Kiss Kiss Bang Bang

Another great movie with great performances from Val Kilmer, Robert Downey Jr. and Michelle Monaghan. Now if you’ve ever read my blog posts about movies with Robert Downey Jr. before, you’ll know I love the guy to death. (Not like how I like Jensen Ackles as an actor, but close enough.) Kiss Kiss Bang Bang is about Harry (RDJ), a petty thief stumbling into an acting audition, who gets himself into trouble alongside a  gay private eye (Perry) and his high school crush (Harmony).

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