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It’s time to watch James Cameron’s most underrated film.

James Cameron made a name for himself in the 1980s and ‘90s as one of the premier American filmmakers working in the industry, thanks to a slew of critically acclaimed and financially successful original blockbusters and franchise outings.

After making his directorial debut in 1981 with Piranha II: The Spawning, Cameron quickly proved his worth as an action and genre filmmaker with 1984’s The Terminator and 1986’s Aliens. Cameron, of course, then went on to make some of the most successful and ambitious films in the history of the medium, including 1997’s Titanic and 2009’s Avatar.

There’s one Cameron-directed film, however, that has strangely failed to maintain the same kind of popularity and name recognition as Cameron’s more noteworthy titles, but which is just as deserving of praise as anything the filmmaker has ever made — and it’s streaming right now on Amazon Prime, ready for you to give it its due.

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Pink Moon: You need to see the first supermoon of 2021

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The first supermoon of 2021 is coming, and it’s the perfect time to look up at our ever-present celestial companion.

April’s Pink Moon will brighten up the night skies on April 26-27. Because it’s a supermoon, it means the full moon also coincides with the closest point in its orbit around Earth. But before you get too excited, the natural satellite’s color won’t actually turn pink. Here’s everything you need to know to enjoy the first supermoon of the year.

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Shadow and Bone book changes, Six of Crows, and more for the Leigh Bardugo Netflix adaptation

Whether you’re new or a book fan, we answer all your questions

Into the Grisha-verse! Years after changing the game for fantasy books, Leigh Bardugo’s hit series Shadow and Bone is coming to Netflix, and by all accounts, it may do justice to the imaginations of Shadow and Bone book fans.

For fans coming into the world of Shadow and Bone fresh, the nine-ish books in the young adult Grishaverse series could seem daunting. Let’s fix that. Here’s everything you need to know about the books, the Netflix adaptation, and what to expect, from major differences to Six of Crows.

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If you grew up in the ‘90s, there’s one version of Superman that just feels right. Animated by hand with a face like an Art Deco building, the superhero star of Superman: The Animated Series quickly became the definitive version of everyone’s favorite Kryptonian — especially after he started hanging out with Batman, the Flash, Wonder Woman, and the rest of the gang in the spinoff Justice League cartoon.

That’s the Superman I grew up on. But when I started rewatching the Justice League cartoon on HBO Max last week, something felt... wrong. The Man of Steel should be the toughest guy in any room by a mile, but this version of Superman was barely more powerful than a locomotive. Instead, he gets tossed around by everyone from Lex Luthor to generic alien goons to Wonder Woman. (No offense Diana, but you’re no Kal-El.)

The problem (and the solution) is Zack Snyder’s Justice Leagueaka, the Snyder Cut.


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