What order to watch Star Wars films?

What order to watch Star Wars films?

According to the Star Wars fandom, there’s some contention concerning what order to watch the films. Some — including creator George Lucas — hold that you should watch the series in numerical order. Others believe release order marks the only correct way. Then there’s Ernest Rinster’s ordering, along with the machete order. And let’s not forget about where to watch the spin-offs. But what’s the correct way? Let’s delve into the positives and negatives of each. Numerical order: I,…

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Star Wars The Last Jedi: Where we last left all the essential characters

Star Wars The Last Jedi: Where we last left all the essential characters

This week, moviegoers will return to that magical galaxy far, far away when Star Wars The Last Jedi hits theaters on Friday, December 15. For Star Wars long-time fans, the two-year wait between The Last Jedi and 2015’s The Force Awakens has been worth the wait. Star Wars fans’ fealty to the series is well-documented, and they’ve been dissecting every single second of every interview and trailer, raising theories as to what’s going to happen in director Rian Johnson’s new project and trying to uncover…

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Deadpool Review: Ryan Reynolds’ pansexual superhero is needy, insane and extremely hilarious

Deadpool Review: Ryan Reynolds’ pansexual superhero is needy, insane and extremely hilarious

The meta the better. This seems to be the mission statement for this horribly violent, shriekingly self-aware and macabre Marvel super-antihero movie. It’s the funniest Ryan Reynolds film since Van Wilder: Party Liaison, and incidentally finally confirms the hall-of-fame status for Richard Curtis’s “I’m just a girl standing in front of a boy…” line from Notting Hill. Deadpool  is absorbed in irony, zinging and stinging with pop-culture jokes; it starts by spoofing the generic lineup in the credits,…

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Rotten Tomatoes under fire because of ‘Justice League’

Rotten Tomatoes under fire because of ‘Justice League’

The movie-review aggregator waited more than 24 hours to post a poor critics’ score for the new Warner Bros. Film “Justice League,” breaking with tradition of posting right after a studio-imposed ban. It incensed critics and fans alike. Fueling the fire: WB parent Time Warner owns a 30 percent stake in Rotten Tomatoes. More than just a kerfuffle over one superhero film, the incident raises bigger questions about the relationship between reviewers and the public, the editorial objectivity of…

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Black Panther’s Poster & Trailer: A Dash Of Batman Here, A Bit Of 007 There

Black Panther’s Poster & Trailer: A Dash Of Batman Here, A Bit Of 007 There

As they did this past April, Marvel and Walt Disney dropped a surprise trailer for their next MCU movie right at the start of the week. No TV premiere, no trailer for the trailer, just Here you go…! In that sense, it feels almost quaint and old-fashioned. Of course, that’s what I get for not checking my email for 25 whole minutes, but I digress. We’ve got another (and perhaps the final) Black Panther trailer, and it…

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Game Of Thrones Season 7 – Episode 7: ‘The Dragon And The Wolf’ Review

Game Of Thrones Season 7 – Episode 7: ‘The Dragon And The Wolf’ Review

The season 7 finale of Game of Thrones was one of the most important, insane, and ultimately satisfying episodes HBO has given us to date. Between major reveals and the falling of the Wall, this was the perfect episode to wrap up a too-brief season, and to usher in the final stretch. I won’t say it was a perfect episode. It suffered from some of the same issues the rest of the season has suffered from, namely…

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Game of Thrones Episode 7: The Dragon and the Wolf: Betrayal, Nudity, and Unexpected Twists

Game of Thrones Episode 7: The Dragon and the Wolf: Betrayal, Nudity, and Unexpected Twists

A fully operational Ice Dragon, Littlefinger bloodily hoisted on the sharp end of his own machinations, a hastily-undressed Jon and Daenerys rocking the boat… The longest Game of Thrones episode yet was also among the most jaw-dropping and gore-packed. At the end of a overwhelming yet uneven season, The Dragon and the Wolf was also a stirring return to Westeros’ first principles as the Hollywood bombast of recent weeks was replaced by a solid 1 hour and…

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Thor The Dark World Review: A Step Up In The Right Decision

Thor The Dark World Review: A Step Up In The Right Decision

Late in Thor The Dark World, Chris Hemsworth‘s title character crash-lands on a British Underground platform. He’s dazed but knows that he has to get back to fighting Malekith (ex-Doctor Who Christopher Eccleston), a malevolent dark elf. Thor asks for his way back to Greenwich, and quickly boards the train. As the train goes forward, a woman falls onto his muscled chest. He smiles knowingly. This scene is one of several high points in Thor The…

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Justice League: It’s more than just a movie

Justice League: It’s more than just a movie

I saw Justice League last night. The best thing it had going for it were all of the terrible reviews, which helped lower my expectations. What also helped is the fact that I am a Marvel guy and think that, with the exception of Batman — the most Marvel character in the DC universe — most DC characters stink (particularly Superman). Given that, I believe Sonny Bunch is right: It was a huge missed opportunity….

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Avengers Infinity War – which heroes are preparing for their doom?

Avengers Infinity War – which heroes are preparing for their doom?

The latest episode in the Marvel Cinematic Universe saga will feature a vast array of costumed crime fighters. It’s time to edge some of them out of the picture. It’s easy to forget, nearly a decade into the phenomenally triumphant Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), that there was a time when studio bigwigs concerned about audience recognition. Next year’s Avengers Infinity War will have a roster of superheroes so populous that it’s easy to imagine lesser-known costumed crime fighters…

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There’s quite a Good Reason to Believe Black Panther Will Unveil Infinity War’s Soul Stone

There’s quite a Good Reason to Believe Black Panther Will Unveil Infinity War’s Soul Stone

The location of the Soul Stone, the last of the Infinity Stones, remains one of the last big mysteries of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As filled with new information as the Avengers Infinity War trailer shows, it doesn’t shed any light on the Stone’s hidden locations—but a key scene in the most recent Black Panther trailer might. At some point during Infinity War, Black Panther and some of the Avengers will lead an army of Wakandan warriors into battle with what…

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What’s the gain of Watching free Movies Online?

Many of us are truly entertained of watching films whether it is via a TV channel, big screen and online. Today there is a modern way to watch movies online and that is through our computer and internet. With this, we are able to watch old and classic films which are quite impossible to find on DVDs. Aside from this advantage, there are other benefits of watching movies online and they are: Unlimited movies online…

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Where to watch free movies online legally?

We all has those days where they  seek Netflix or Hulu, only to realize they’ve already watched every good movie the service has to offer. Few of us have actually seen all the movies on Netflix (is that even possible?) but it’s reasonable to look for other options when you just can’t find anything interesting. If you’re clever, you’ll grab your laptop and launch your browser, but what do you do next? There are millions of…

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Justice League review: DC Comics finally does Justice to the League

Justice League review: DC Comics finally does Justice to the League

Justice League hit the Big Screen in Pakistan on November 24. The DC Comics phenomena featured Batman (Ben Affleck), Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), Aquaman (Jason Momoa), The Flash (Ezra Miller), Cyborg (Ray Fiscer) and Superman (Henry Cavill). Warning spoilers ahead The story begins months after the death of Superman at the hands of Doomsday. Supervillain Steppenwolf (Ciaran Hinds), along with his army of ‘Parademons’ is heading towards Earth to retrieve three Mother Boxes whose energy…

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Marvel’s Infinity Stones, what are they, where are they? (Part 2)

Marvel’s Infinity Stones, what are they, where are they? (Part 2)

WHERE ARE THE INFINITY STONES IN THE MOVIES? Ah, now we have come to the crux of the matter. In Guardians of the Galaxy, it was explained that the six “stones” are actually six singularities whose existence preceded the Big Bang and were pressed into stones after the universe began. Different from their comic book counterparts, the Infinity Stones are only physical gems at times, occasionally taking the form of strange gases or powerful cubes. Some of…

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