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Recap: 2022 Vol 1

It’s the middle of summer and that is prime box office season. 2022 is the year we all get to return to the theater, just like Tom Cruise in this random-ass out-of-touch tweet from a few years ago. So far 2022 has had a decent showing, with plenty of movies waiting in the wings to finally make their debut on the silver screen. Here is a list of every movie I’ve seen released in 2022. Click on each title to see the full review if available.

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June Movie Review Blitz

June Movie Blitz – Here’s everything I watched since my last movie blitz. I’m planning on posting again regularly once Thor: Love and Thunder is released. Seems like a good place to pick back up.

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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness – It takes a while to get going and doesn’t quite add up to a great movie. There are oddly placed scenes and the usual clunky dialogue with less than stellar CGI that is becoming more and more problematic as the MCU goes on. Sam Raimi brings together a very familiar cast with a few new faces and creates one of the most promising Marvel movies to date because of the doors it opens for the rest of the multiverse. While he was allowed to push the PG-13 rating to its limit, the implied horror and brutality fell short of expectations.

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Morbius

Morbius – A total trainwreck from start to finish, this Sony MCU entry is by far one of the worst movies of the year and it’s only April. Popcorn movie or not, this is not a good way to spend your box office time and money.

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The Batman

95/100 Watchable Minutes: With an extremely long and well earned 3 hour run time, The Batman does occasionally suffer from pacing issues and overly indulgent moody scenes that feel more akin to something from a David Fincher movie instead of a Matt Reeve’s comic book movie.  Info :  Run time : 2 hours 55 minutes Studio : […]

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The King’s Man

The Kingsmen franchise has a lot of work to do in order to make me care about any future entries. This prequel doesn’t quite measure up to the ridiculousness of the original and fails to really justify why it exists. The decently stacked cast has enough chemistry to create a decent movie, but it was held back by shoddy writing and its relationship to the franchise.

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Movies Not Films – 015 – Neon Genesis Evangelion – Name 3 Waifus

Movies Not Films – 015 – In episode 15, we forced Dane to binge the entirety of Neon Genesis Evangelion and Death of Evangelion in under 72 hours. We then attempted to dissect it and explain what makes this show so good. I also went on a lore rant for a little while (thanks to Zachargkna and their awesome video on YouTube). If you enjoyed the show, consider giving us a rating wherever you find your podcasts.

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Movies Not Films – 014 – Favorite Things We Watched in 2021

In episode 14, Daphne makes her long awaited return to the show. We are also joined by the mysterious game master Ashley from Who’s In The Box! We discussed the best movies we watched in 2021.

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Movies Not Films – 013 – No Way Home, Matrix Resurrections, Nightmare Alley Triple Feature

In episode 13 Wyatt, Dane, and I reviewed No Way Home, Matrix Resurrections, and Nightmare Alley. Join us next week as we talk about the best movies we watched in 2021.

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Spider-Man: No Way Home

Spider-Man No Way Home is the ultimate fan service hype machine but it is still the most fun and well-executed MCU entry since Endgame. There’s a lot to love about this Spider-Man movie, but there are a fair amount of flaws that prevent it from being great. Drawing vast influence from previous iterations and animated versions, No Way Home is without a doubt the MCU event of the year and will ultimately provide a shot in the arm for the theater industry.