The latest film revolving around Tom Holland’s teenage webslinger is slight and silly, but is that such a bad thing?
Despite all the hoopla, it’s hard to see this so-called definitive chapter of the Marvel Cinematic Universe as anything but punctuation.
Ant-Man and the Wasp is pretty refreshing, but far from perfect.
Black Panther sticks to superhero genre norms, but is that a bad thing?
New Zealand director Taika Waititi brings wit, verve and a sense of fun to the dullest of the Marvel characters.
Even its worst, weirdest flaws don’t keep this space opera sequel down.
The latest entry in this relentless superhero roll-out is typical of the series in some ways, but refreshing in others.
It may be Stockholm Syndrome (or how terrible Batman v. Superman was), but we actually enjoyed this thing.
A review of the superhero show happening at the Bell Centre this weekend.
Despite production problems, Paul Rudd and an unconventional storyline mercifully separate this film from the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s repetitive, stakes-free funk.