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Despite more superhero shows being on air than ever before, ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ really stood out from the DCTV crowd.
Tries to hold a message of empowerment, but falls flat with contradiction and fat-shaming punchlines.
Here, the “throw everything and see what sticks” method results in a fast-paced, hilariously outrageous sequel.
COMPETITION CLOSED: The highly acclaimed picture hits Australian Blu-ray, DVD and Digital on April 18.
A fast-paced, amusing, visually incredible adventure that wants to offer a good time and delivers on its mission.
Potent and inspiring, not only for queer teens, but to anyone who has ever felt like an outsider.
‘Piranha 3D’ though?
You’ve read our review for the new ‘Tomb Raider’ film, now why not watch and listen to it?
If the old-school, gung-ho earnestness doesn’t engage you much, the strong combat sequences just may.