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Photo courtesy of Flickr On Sunday evening, a massive talent and a comedic genius left the earth. Gene Wilder, 83, passed due to complications with Alzheimer’s disease at his home. Fortunately, his memory will live on in his hilarious and earnestly heartfelt performances. To this day, these timeless characters can muster a sense of joy …

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures Spoiler alert: If you do not want the fun to be spoiled, you’ll skip over this “Suicide Squad” review that has completely reasonable plot details. We’d rather the disappointment hit you in the theater. Before the days of “Batman v Superman’s” man-child angst-fest and Nolan’s gritty (and achingly human) trilogy, we had DC films …

Photo courtesy of Disney Pixar Three members of Sidelines saw “Finding Dory” opening weekend and were all pleasantly surprised by the sequel to Pixar’s “Finding Nemo”, but for different reasons. Nostalgic, but original:  Thirteen years after Nemo first touched the butt, I glued mine anxiously to a cinema seat to see if Pixar could successfully recapture the …

“The Nice Guys” is a film that seemingly creates its own rules around its strange environment. The more the film moves forward, the more the audience is able to slip into this surreal period semi-satire. It is so relaxed and oddly paced that it almost transcends the buddy-detective clichés of days old, while somehow easing …

It’s a rare feat for sequels of superhero films to actually offer up more than simple plot continuation — only prequels are generally considered more pointless than sequels. So take a third Captain America-centric film, led by the gentle hunk, Chris Evans, toss in the kitchen sink of new and old heroes and you have what, by all …

Ever since the news of Prince’s death broke on Thursday, fans have sought refuge in of the late musician’s large catalog of recordings, performances and his acclaimed films, primarily Purple Rain. Local fans will get their chance to pay tribute to Prince when local restaurant/venue The Block, located at 123 SE Broad St., screens the aforementioned 1984 …