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Miles writes about television, film, and the occasional despair of soccer fandom. He is based in Brooklyn.

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A Blockbuster and a Pixar Movie Are Out This Weekend—With a Catch

The fact that ‘The Adam Project’ and ‘Turning Red’ will be available only on streaming says plenty about the state of Hollywood

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Is It Time to Make Batman Funny Again?

Reducing Batman to a humorless crime-fighter feels shortsighted and betrays an essential component of the character

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‘The Batman’ Is Unlike Any Superhero Movie Before It

Gotham City’s favorite vigilante has long been known as "the World’s Greatest Detective." Matt Reeves is the first director to truly realize that on screen.

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The State of the DC Extended Universe’s Batman, Heading Into the Reboot

‘The Batman’ having box office success should be a foregone conclusion, but the real question is what fans actually want out of a Batman movie in 2022, and whether a multipronged approach to the character can be successful for Warner Bros.

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From Noir to Nirvana: Everything ‘The Batman’ Has Been Compared To

Based on what director Matt Reeves and Robert Pattinson have been saying, this new Caped Crusader movie is going to be everything

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What ‘Uncharted’ Loses in the Transition From Video Game to Film

With its unique interactivity, the franchise’s comparisons to ‘Indiana Jones’ are that much more glaring

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At the End of ‘Peacemaker,’ Peace Is Still a Fluid Concept

The first season of James Gunn’s DC series was funny and expertly staged, but most impressively, it added layer after layer to its titular hero

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‘Death on the Nile’ and the Struggles of 20th Century Studios

Since being acquired by Disney in 2017, the studio’s movies have had an unfortunate penchant for sinking into the abyss

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The 2022 Oscars Has Something for Everybody

Never before has a slate of nominations been so charitably distributed

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How NASA Helped ‘Moonfall’ Make the Moon Fall

When Roland Emmerich set out to enact lunar mayhem on the big screen, there was only one guy to call