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The original Planet of the Apes was classic ’60s science fiction in the sense that it was focused on its central theme of man’s misuse of the planet and how easily nature could turn against us, but not necessarily on interesting plot or dialogue to carry its ideas to far beyond its natural borders. It …

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Director Guy Ritchie’s The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare is loosely based on a true story. During World War II, Nazi U-boats are slowly cutting off the UK from desperately needed supplies and troops from the United States. As Prime Minister Winston Churchill faces increasing pressure to surrender to Adolf Hitler, he seeks a rather unique …

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ARGYLLE SUMMARY: Elly Conway is a successful, world-renowned, romantic spy thriller author. She has legions of fans for her books, which tell the story of super-spy Argylle. Argylle is suave, tough, sophisticated, articulate, and romantic. Essentially, he is everything that Elly is not. Quite the opposite of her characters, Elly lives alone with her pet …

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AQUAMAN AND THE LOST KINGDOM SUMMARY: Sometime after becoming King of Atlantis, Arthur Curry finds that the job is not everything it’s cracked up to be. There is mundane bureaucracy, endless meetings, and tedious mediation between bickering factions. Arthur must also deal with a council that not only wants to overrule him at every turn …

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One of the side-effects of the recent supremacy of superhero films has been the ways they have been stretched and mutated to encompass other styles and genres, sometimes successfully (Captain America: The Winter Soldier) and sometimes not (Thor: Love and Thunder). In the process they’ve tended to ignore the built in themes and subtext of …

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