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Logan - better angels of our nature

Logan - better angels of our nature

When Hugh Jackman put on the adamantium claws of the mutant Wolverine for Marvel’s adaptation of the X-Men comics to film, I suspect he didn’t think he would be playing that character for the next 17 years, including a three-film arc featuring only Wolverine. “Logan ,” the last of the Wolverine films shows an aging hero, bitter towards the world but with a heart in the right place that motivates his defining moments.
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Rogue One - A battle worth fighting

Rogue One - A battle worth fighting

“Rogue One” indeed stands alone as a great Star Wars story outside the Episodes. The opening crawl of Episode IV: A New Hope says that during a battle “rebel spies managed to steal secret plans to the Empire’s ultimate weapon, the Death Star.” “Rogue One” tells us who, what, when, where, why, and how that was done in a film to rival the best of the Episodes.
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Doctor Strange - It's not about you

Doctor Strange - It's not about you

One reason comic book movies provide great conversation starters with faith groups is that they often show the hero’s journey—how he or she got superpowers, how he or she struggled with them and then came out on the other end with the firm resolve to use their gifts to help people. "Doctor Strange," the latest film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, does not live up to this ideal.
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Star Trek Beyond - Conviction in Hope

Star Trek Beyond - Conviction in Hope

Fans of the original Star Trek TV series get ready to be blown away. The newest film in the J.J. Abrams rebooted series, “Star Trek Beyond,” feels like vintage Star Trek with plenty of big-screen action. At the same time, the film reaffirms the franchise’s core values of embracing the best parts of flawed humanity and finding hope in people’s goodness rather than despair in our human weaknesses.
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