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Black Widow Review

Marvel has finally been served their comeuppance. When blasting audiences and mega fans with a steady trickle of products for over a decade, the whines, groans and moans of those that drape themselves in capes and collectables are bound to deafen the studio heads trying, so terribly hard, to release something. Spin-offs can only satiate the hivemind for so long, but the freedom usually found in a feature-length film has been absent for nearly two years now. A short, understandable time between films of a different series, an inconsequential sin in the minds of many Marvel maniacs. Here it is now, though, Black Widow. Marvel mark their move back into movie magic with a stagnant portrayal of a character they failed to do anything with when they had the chance. 

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No Sudden Move Review

Mob flicks may have dominated a portion of culture for some time, but their influence has ebbed away. Not entirely, and considering how many are still made, we should take note of their style and their impact. But the glory days are over. These are not the days of Scarface and GoodfellasNo Sudden Move, the latest feature from Steven Soderbergh, does not wish to be like those former examples, nor does it wish to cultivate a new direction for the genre. By setting itself and its impressive ensemble long before the days of mainstream crime, Soderbergh enjoys the ability to come clean with engaging realisations of trope-worthy characters. 

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