Star Wars Galaxy's Edge: What Works And What Doesn't In Disney's New Land

At long last, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge has arrived at California's Disneyland--and it's coming soon to Florida's Walt Disney World in August. The new area takes up 14 acres at the theme park as it attempts to completely immerse visitors in the world of Star Was on a new planet called Batuu. But does it deliver on the hype?? The answer is: Yes--but there are some caveats. GameSpot had the chance to visit Galaxy's Edge and experience everything the new Star Wars land had to offer two days before
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When Men in Black first arrived in theaters in 1997, it was something new and exciting. A sci-fi comedy about chasing aliens was an imaginative idea, and the casting of Will Smith as a rookie secret government operative, with Tommy Lee Jones as his veteran mentor, worked on practically every level. While the sequels that followed never quite reached the heights of the original, they brought new ideas to the table, whether it was Men in Black II turning the tables and making Smith's Agent J the v

How Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge Balances Canon With A New Disneyland Story

Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge has now opened at California's Disneyland, letting fans of the franchise visit a new planet where the resistance and the First Order are battling for control. Still, while Galaxy's Edge is firmly planted in the latest trilogy of Star Wars films, care has been taken by the creative minds behind the land to create as unique an experience as possible for everyone who crosses its threshold.

This Is Wrestling (2019) Review: Joey Ryan's Story Is One Even Wrestling Non-Fans Will Enjoy

"It's all about putting smiles on faces." Those are the words of WWE Hall of Famer Mick Foley as he explains his view of professional wrestling's ultimate goal. The former WWE Champion, who is often regarded as the king of hardcore due to his ultraviolent matches, says this after falling victim to the dreaded "dick flip," a comedic finishing maneuver in which pro wrestler Joey Ryan flips his opponents using nothing more than the power of his penis.

Star Wars Galaxy's Edge: What Works And What Doesn't In Disney's New Land

At long last, Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge has arrived at California's Disneyland--and it's coming soon to Florida's Walt Disney World in August. The new area takes up 14 acres at the theme park as it attempts to completely immerse visitors in the world of Star Was on a new planet called Batuu. But does it deliver on the hype?? The answer is: Yes--but there are some caveats. GameSpot had the chance to visit Galaxy's Edge and experience everything the new Star Wars land had to offer two days before

Aladdin Review: Disney's New Live-Action Movie Is Much Better Than Its Trailers

It can be debated whether live-action--or CGI/live-action hybrid--adaptations of Disney's animated classics are needed. The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, The Jungle Book, and the rest of the studio's library of iconic cartoon films typically stand the test of time. They're inevitable at this point, though, thanks to the money they earn at the box office. Given that, though, they should at least be good, right? That's the mindset I had before screening the studio's latest adaptation, Aladdin,

John Wick 3 Is A Symptom Of A Much Larger Problem

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Avengers: Endgame's Crowning Achievement Is Tony Stark's Story

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Cobra Kai Season 2: Martin Kove On Sensei Kreese's Epic Return

"The real story's only just begun." Those were the chilling final words spoken during the Cobra Kai Season 1 finale, as the disgraced former sensei of the Cobra Kai dojo, John Kreese (Martin Kove), made his first appearance on the series. It had been nearly three decades since Kreese had appeared on-screen in The Karate Kid Part III, but it was instantly clear that the vicious former mentor of Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) is as devious as ever.

Cobra Kai's Ralph Macchio On Daniel LaRusso's Season 2 Evolution, From Student To Sensei

It's a blisteringly cold December day in Atlanta, Georgia, and I find myself sitting outside, watching something truly special. While it will be portrayed on-screen as a sunny day in California's San Fernando Valley, the set of Cobra Kai Season 2 was anything but warm when I arrived to watch former Miyagi-Do student Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) become the sensei he likely never expected to be.

Dark Phoenix Gives The X-Men Movie Franchise Some Closure

With the upcoming arrival of Dark Phoenix, the future of the X-Men film franchise is in a strange position. In the wake of Disney's purchase of 20th Century Fox, and the rights to the Marvel characters it controlled, it seems to be a foregone conclusion that the team of mutant superheroes would become part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. But what about the universe that's been built over the last 20 years through X-Men movies? If the continuity of this franchise ends, will fans get a sense of

34 Ways The Matrix Sequel Movies Ruined The Franchise

It's been 20 years since The Matrix arrived in theater and proceeded to tear our brains apart, forever making us wonder if we're living in some kind of computer simulation. Honestly, we've all tried bending a spoon with our mind at some point. The Matrix was a revolutionary film, loaded with interesting sci-fi concepts, incredible special effects, and some truly memorable performances from the likes of Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne, and Carrie Anne Moss.

Gotham's "Trial Of Jim Gordon" Is "A Nice Way To Say Goodbye" For Show's Star

The next episode of Gotham, "The Trial of Jim Gordon," isn't the series finale of the Fox show. However, it is the final installment of the series that was filmed before production wrapped. In the episode, Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) is near death after being shot and finds himself hallucinating a trial to determine whether or not he deserves to live, taking a deep look at everything Gordon has done since Gotham's pilot, for better or worse.
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