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Avengers: Endgame (2019) – reviewed by George

A fifteen-minute recap recalls “Avengers: Armageddon” and sets up the fight to defeat Thanos and restore all the folks who turned to dust in that picture, which was 50% of the population (plus 50 % of all life on earth … Continue reading

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Thor: Ragnarok (2017) – reviewed by George

Thor (Chris Hemsworth) is wrapped in chains and hanging sideways in a cave with the fire creature Surtur (Clancy Brown), who looks like a devil, laughing at him and telling him that Ragnarok, the Fall of Asgard, has begun. To … Continue reading

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Thor Ragnarok (2017) – reviewed by George

Ragnarok is the name given to the fall of Asgard, which the fire creature Surtur (Clancy Brown), who looks like a devil, intends to bring about. But Thor (Chris Hemsworth) kills Surtur, then goes home to Asgard and finds Loki … Continue reading

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Marvel’s “The Avengers” (2012) – reviewed by George

Directed by Joss Whedon from his screenplay, which was based on a story by Zak Penn and Whedon, this is truly a blockbuster. Clearly an action movie but with touches of humor, sadness, and eventually triumph tempered with what has … Continue reading

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Foxcatcher (2014) – reviewed by George

Bennett Miller has directed a movie so austere it could legitimately be called dreary. It is all gray skies and washed-out vistas. Even autumn foliage looks grayish. Based on a true story, it shows the tale of John E. du … Continue reading

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