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'Hawkeye' closes out a year of fascinating changes

Although 2020 was the year COVID first struck, 2021 has been more of a year of transition for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as Disney+ shows like "WandaVision" and "Loki" took established characters...

 

'Ghostbusters: Afterlife' finally resurrects franchise

The last time we got an attempted big-screen resurrection of the "Ghostbusters" franchise, back in 2016, online trolls started review-bombing it for sexist reasons before the film even premiered in...

 

Origins of a creative project

Origins Flashback: I'm a child playing with my brother. We have a collection of Hot Wheels mom gives us for practicing piano, cello and violin. There's a fold-up farm and city, and some track. We buzz...

 

'Eternals' fails to live up to the potential of its Marvel Comics inspiration

In one important sense, filmmaker Chloé Zhao's cinematic adaptation of comics creator Jack Kirby's "Eternals" is incredibly faithful, in that both tried to establish a semi-independent universe-in-mi...

 

Villeneuve's 'Dune' made for lifelong fans, newcomers

They finally got it right. As a nearly lifelong fan of Frank Herbert’s 1965 sci-fi novel “Dune,” I can’t pretend to be coming to director Denis Villeneuve’s 2021 movie adaptation of...

 

Halloween Kills more uneven than 2018's Halloween

Long before the Marvel Cinematic Universe grew into a multiverse through “Loki” and “What If …?” on Disney+, fans of the “Halloween” horror films were already well-acquainted with the...

 

An Eighties cult classic comes back to theaters

The close of this month marks the 35th anniversary of the first, and still the best, of all the "Transformers" films, which select theaters throughout the state and across the country are bringing...

 

Potlatch Brewing Co. prepares to open tasting room

While Cody Morris isn’t a newcomer to the Western Washington brewing industry, he picked — by his own admission — one heck of a time to start a business in Mason County. After opening Epic Ales...

 

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