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The official poster for Avengers: Endgame. The movie premiered on April 24, 2019. PUBLIC DOMAIN

SPOILER ALERT: “Endgame” is an emotional rollercoaster

Alexander Bakirdan April 28, 2019
The Russo brothers do an excellent job of crafting a world that truly feels hopeless, using a time skip to jump to 2023, five years after the events of Infinity War.
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Chris Evans, left, and Chris Hemsworth, right, returned to play characters Captain America and Thor in the sequel. (PHOTO COURTESY: MARVEL/TNS)

“Avengers: Age Of Ultron” leaves viewers entertained, but wanting more from Marvel

Brandon Benarba May 4, 2015
“Avengers: Age of Ultron” is a beautiful mess. A film that is bigger, flashier and bolder than the original, but that also never reaches the heights of the original.
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Chris Pratt, above, stars in Jurassic World, a highly anticipated film out this year. (PHOTO CREDIT : GAGE SKIDMORE)

The Box Office

The Statesman January 28, 2015
This installment of The Box Office will take a closer look at "50 Shades of Grey," "The Avengers: Age of Ultron" and "Jurassic World."
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A new take on familiar characters makes “Iron Man 3” a hit

Brandon Benarba May 5, 2013
Many claim 2008’s “Iron Man” as the resurgence of Robert Downey Jr.’s career, but the truth is it was actually the 2005 film “Kiss Kiss Bang Bang.” The film, which was directed by Shane Black, follows a private eye’s investigation of a homicide. So it it is fitting that Black, who helped restart Downey’s career, takes up the director’s chair for what might be the end of the Iron Man saga.
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