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The Joker Duology | Trailer Guy Breakdown

At Nerd It Here First headquarters, we've been receiving transmissions from another dimension. Believe it or not, we've been hearing from an...

Chapter Two Loses What Made It Special | Review

It Chapter Two, which concludes the Stephen King story, is too long and uneven to live up to It (2017).

Breaking Down the Disney+ Marvel Shows

We look into the Disney+ Marvel shows, including new storylines for Falcon, Winter Soldier, and Scarlet Witch, and brand-new characters like Moon Knight.

‘The Rise of Skywalker’ D23 Trailer | Breakdown

Let's just get to the point. There's a new Star Wars trailer. And we're here to break it down. Just like we broke down...

Avengers: Endgame gets fine 4K Ultra HD treatment | Review

Disney/Marvel bring the epic Avengers: Endgame to 4K with satisfying video and audio, though neither are as outstanding as they should be.

‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’ offers fun but empty Tarantino | Review

SUMMARY Quentin Tarantino's latest sees the renowned filmmaker indulge his love of a bygone era in Hollywood. But while Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood...

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New ‘Lion King’ a gorgeous, harmless nostalgia trip | Review

Disney's remake of the 1994 classic is a feast for the senses that offers a fun, if ultimately unnecessary, trip down memory lane for fans of the original Lion King.

Casting The New MCU X-Men

With Dark Phoenix now unleashed upon the unsuspecting masses, we must bid goodbye to the X-Men franchise. Or at least, the version of it...

‘Far From Home’ takes Spider-Man to new heights | Review

Marvel's latest Spider-Man outing is one of their best superhero movies yet, taking Peter Parker to Europe to face off against Mysterio.

Dark Phoenix ends Fox’s X-Men with franchise’s worst movie | Review

Despite starting off with promise, Dark Phoenix crashes and burns, ending Fox's X-Men franchise with frustration and disappointment.
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Can “Terminator: Dark Fate” Change the Past?

Despite the low box office and poor critical reception of the awkwardly named Genisys, Paramount is returning to the Terminator well. Today we got...

Godzilla: King of the Monsters delivers epic monster action | Review

Godzilla: King of the Monsters is another strong entry in the growing MonsterVerse. Large-scale action and quirky characters combine for a fun, if not great, summer popcorn flick. The movie delivers thrills and sets the stage for another epic smackdown next year.

John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum is bigger and badder | Review

The "John Wick" franchise is showing signs of fatigue, but there's still enough action in Chapter 3: Parabellum to keep you entertained.

Why Robert Pattinson is a Great Choice for Batman

With all the constant delays and setbacks, many (including myself) started to doubt if Matt Reeves' The Batman would ever see the light of...

Pokémon: Detective Pikachu is not very effective | Review

SUMMARY Pokémon: Detective Pikachu brings our favorite pocket monsters to life to mostly mixed results, giving us a movie that never seems sure of who...

The Definitive MCU Ranking | #7 – #11

This is part three of our efforts to rank every film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Check back the rest of the week for...

The Definitive MCU Ranking | #12 – #16

This is part two of our efforts to rank every film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Check back the rest of the week for...

The Definitive MCU Ranking | #17 – #21

This is part one of our efforts to rank every film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Check back the rest of the week for...

‘Guava Island’ Got Its Day | Review

Donald Glover's most successful project isn't what you think it is. It's not Atlanta, the FX series for which he won an Emmy. It's...

Star Wars Celebration Reveals Episode IX Title, Trailer, and More

Star Wars Celebration gave us our first look at the hotly anticipated Episode IX, which we now know is called "Rise of the Skywalker."...

Us: Jordan Peele’s Disturbing Vision of America | Review

While not quite as strong as his Academy Award-winning debut, Jordan Peele's Us shows no signs of a sophomore slump as the writer/director creates a horrifying allegory of modern America.