Books to Film 2018

From classic tales to modern portrayals, here’s a list of some upcoming books that will release as films this year.

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Justice League: Cereal-Brand Avengers

**THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS** Picking up where Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice left off, Superman has remained dead, leaving a shattered world in a state of hopelessness and mourning. Bruce Wayne (Ben Affleck) and Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) try their best to keep a sense of order in their respective areas, but recent events have […]

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Murder on the Orient Express: Needs More Coal in the Fire

Agatha Christie’s renown novel adapted by Kenneth Branagh, the modern Shakespearean authority, looked to hold some great promise with its star-studded cast, however, it falls short from excellence. While we’re introduced to Hercule Poirot (still don’t know how to pronounce his name) as a Sherlock-esque detective with a knack for keen observation, it ultimately felt […]

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Halloween Cult Classics

With pumpkin spice lattes come October movie specials. Cult classics that we’ve all grown up with, from ABC Family’s Freeform’s 13 Nights of Halloween marathons to Disney Channel’s Monstober airings, these networks show our Halloween favorites that have withstood the test of time. It’s the season to snuggle up with trick-or-treaters’ Halloween candy (only to […]

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Kingsman: The Golden Circle and the Kinetic Energy of Matthew Vaughn

The sequel to 2015’s Kingsman: The Secret Service, The Golden Circle reunites the creative team behind 2015’s smash hit for another ride on the Kingsman train. The first film, based on Mark Millar’s 2012 graphic novel, planted the seeds of the franchise’s universe, as its new-born successor steps in to water them. Eggsy Unwin (Taron Egerton), gentleman spy and […]

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REVIEW: Dunkirk

As a reviewer and cinephile, I’ve always been critical of Christopher Nolan’s films. While admittedly not his biggest fan, Nolan consistently puts out undeniably quality films. But, although I am particularly harsh on films such as The Dark Knight and Interstellar, I would be dishonest if I said I didn’t enjoy those movies, even through the flaws I […]

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