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Benjamin Rettinhouse

Benjamin Rettinhouse
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Ben is a film snob, journalist, performed playwright, and occasional artist. He works several part time jobs because he was foolish and majored in a writing degree. He aspires to be a bona fide film critic and no, he can not just lighten up and enjoy the movie. Stop asking.
Justice League rises above the depths of Batman v Superman but, in the crowded comic book genre, it's unfortunately mediocre. Justice League marks the fifth installment of the DC Extended Universe, the comic book giant’s attempt to take their friendly rivalry with...
It’s popular for online think-pieces to mine the current wave of comic book movies for purposes of crafting cataclysmic sounding headlines that posit each new installment in the genre portends “superhero fatigue”. First off, I don’t know if I...
I can’t say I enjoyed Blade Runner 2049 all that much. The film is dreadfully slow, plummeting from atmospheric to contemplative to languid in the span of its first ninety minutes. There’s the skeleton of a plot, but no...
Oscar season has officially begun, and no stranger to the slew of bait (that is, films designed specifically to win an award) that gets released every fall are biopics and sports movies. Conveniently combining both, Battle of the Sexes,...
Capping off a summer that strangulated audiences with sequels, here’s another one! Kingsman: The Golden Circle is the produc—uh, I mean…"totally legit movie film" from the highly profitable Kingsman brand, which began in 2015 with Kingsman: The Secret Service,...
mother! (lowercase intended), the latest from American cinema’s only mainstream auteur, Darren Aronofsky, is a film designed to stir-up controversy. It wants a little too desperately to be the most talked about film of the year. “Like nothing you’ve...
This adaptation of the Stephen King classic might lack true terror, but coulrophobes will want to stay clear of this creepy clown. If you grew up in the 1990’s and went through a Stephen King phase, as most of us...
God of the Batman nerds and pretty okay filmmaker Christopher Nolan returns with WWII blockbuster Dunkirk. And though it’d be nice to see a movie about a different war (for once), adrenaline junkies, Nolanites, and general audiences will likely...
One of the funnier jokes in last year’s superhero breakout Deadpool was the main character’s comment on the ubiquitous “hero pose”; In The Mummy, starring mega-celebrity and probable cultist Tom Cruise, the titular character proves that there’s another, just...
Yes, it’s good. This is going to be a positive review. People can stop saying I hate movies now.Patty Jenkin’s Wonder Woman is the film that DC and Warner Bros. desperately needed right now. Just as a refresher, in...
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