Robert Yaniz Jr.
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Robert Yaniz Jr. has been a professional writer since 2003 and a student of pop culture long before that. If he had a nickel for each hour he spent gazing up at a screen in a darkened theater, he would be far too busy swimming around his Scrooge McDuck-style vault to write anything for the Internet. As it stands, you can find his musings on the entertainment world at CrookedTable.com or chat movies with him directly on Twitter @crookedtable.
Tom Cruise may be the face of the Mission: Impossible franchise, but the series already has the perfect successor in Rebecca Ferguson.
Keep your Bonds and your Bournes. Thanks to Mission: Impossible — Fallout, there's no denying that this is the best spy franchise out there.
The world of Carmen Sandiego back in action, with Game Night writer Mark Perez crafting Gina Rodriguez's live-action debut as the character.
The world of Blade Runner will soon be fleshed out with in-canon comics and books, but is a shared universe the right fit for the franchise?
With eight entries in the can and a star-studded spinoff on the way, the Fast and Furious series needs to let go of original star Vin Diesel.
As the prequel detailing the series' sordid origins, The First Purge is a crushing disappointment, offering just another bland horror film.
With so many superheroic ladies in the mix, now feels like the perfect time for Marvel Studios to give the world an all-female Avengers film.
Ant-Man and the Wasp briskly outpaces its predecessor at every turn, delivering a hilarious and thrilling addition to the MCU.
Mission: Impossible — Fallout arrives later this summer, but perhaps it's time for Tom Cruise to prepare for the end of Ethan Hunt's story.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom treads too much familiar ground upfront but winds up in a place that will certainly leave fans talking.
Reports claim that director Matt Reeves' long-gestating The Batman currently centers on a young Dark Knight. Here's why it shouldn't.
Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl and the gang are finally back for a follow-up to Pixar's 2004 hit. But are The Incredibles still in top form?