Big Hero 6 is Disney’s first animated superhero adventure (The Incredibles was a Pixar movie and doesn’t count) and their big gun for the holiday season. It’s one colorful hunk of eye candy, but can our reviewer live on eye candy alone? He’s really starting to think his eyes should maybe cut down on the sugar…
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Previously on Stripped: Amazing Spider-Man
A new Christopher Nolan movie always seems to bring with it an unusual amount of discussion, whether critical discourse or the future of cinema or nitpicking over plausibility of the new film’s own plot intricacies. Interstellar (and, my God, it’s full of stars) is his latest effort to elevate the blockbuster, but is it just another water cooler movie or something deeper?
What better way to review a comic movie than with a comic!
In the first Stripped, we tackle this Summer’s blockbuster war’s opening volley, The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Marc Webb directs from a returning cast that includes Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone, with new spider-threats played by Jamie Foxx and Dane DeHaan. Does it deliver?
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