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The AP Party is moving!

Hey, Party people! Going forward, the vast majority of our content will be located over at The Comeback’s Pop Culture hub as we look to consolidate all of our sport-specific sites (or just specific, in this case) under one banner. Our Twitter page is now located at @TCBPopCulture, and our Facebook page will be following soon […]

The LEGO Batman Movie celebrates everything that makes The Dark Knight cool

Everyone who says that Warner Brothers’ DC Comics Extended Universe isn’t fun enough and doesn’t celebrate the joy of its iconic superheroes finally has the movie they want in The LEGO Batman Movie. Sticklers might say that doesn’t count because it’s not Ben Affleck’s version of Batman (or whatever comes after that) and doesn’t tie […]

Taking a deeper dive into Split, its surprise ending and what it means

The surprise at the end of Split excited some filmgoers while making others shrug. Is it really a big deal? While writing my review for M. Night Shyamalan’s latest film Split, I may have oversold the “big reveal” that occurs at the end of the film. (Technically, that surprise may not even be part of […]

Split is mediocre fun as horror film, self-indulgent in big reveal

M. Night Shyamalan hasn’t seemed like a director really worth following for the past 10 years. That’s presuming the general belief that Lady in the Water (2006) was his “jump the shark” moment as a filmmaker of consequence. If you think that The Village (2004) was Shyamalan’s last decent film, then it’s been even longer since he was […]

In new Logan trailer, Wolverine cedes spotlight to young X-23

One of the more intriguing aspects of long promotional campaigns for blockbuster movies is the differences in trailers, as the studio attempts to appeal to different audiences or show that the film in question is more than an action flick or a dark drama. Fox released the second trailer for Logan on Tuesday morning, which […]

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