3 franchises, 6 films, and this is where we are. Tom Holland showcased his capabilities in the role of Spider-Man in Captain America: Civil War, but now he’s asked to carry a film on his Spider-Shoulders on his own (with a little help from Tony Stark).
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(00:39:07) Spoiler Talk
Paul lost the Oscar predictions, so this is his punishment. Cody forces Paul to watch The Fate of the Furious.
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Since we don’t know when we might get another Batman movie, we have to settle for the fun-filled world of Lego. The Lego Batman movie adds Michael Cera (Robin) and Zack Galifianakis (Joker) along with Will Arnett’s Batman, with some pleasant surprises along the way.
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For this week’s review we take a look at the latest from M. Night Shyamalan. After what some are calling a return to form in The Visit last year, Split features James McAvoy playing a man who kidnaps three girls while suffering from dissociative identity disorder.
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We have YET ANOTHER double feature of heavy awards buzz for you this week, this time with Manchester by the Sea and Fences.
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(00:23:44) Fences Discussion
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