REVIEW – Bryan Singer returns to direct his fourth “X-Men” movie: “Apocalypse.” This time around, an ancient supermutant doesn’t care much for the modern world, so he rounds up a handful of other mutants in an effort to take control of Earth from that pesky, violent collective known as the human race.
In “Alice Through the Looking Glass,” the director of “The Muppets,” James Bobin, takes over for departing Tim Burton in a follow-up that finds Alice (Mia Wasikowska) literally battling Time (Sacha Baron Cohen) so that she might save the family of the Mad Hatter (Johnny Depp). Lewis Carroll’s source material is generally cherished so the question is, does this film do it justice or is it a waste of time?
Finally, a beloved filmmaker/composer heads out on tour for the first time in his celebrated career, and “Film Fanatics” Adam Mast and Bruce Bennett have the details.
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- Adam Mast’s “X-Men: Apocalypse” review
- John Carpenter tours US and Europe – (near to St. George: Phoenix June 19, Denver June 21, and Texas June 23 and 24)
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