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Bob "MovieBob" Chipman shares his insight into all things cinematic every Friday.

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He warned us. And now he is back to gloat. MovieBob lauds the return of Spider-Man to the Marvel Cinematic Universe where he belongs, and looks at what might be next for the franchise.

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American Sniper, Selma, The Imitation Game... What's with all the controversy over this year's historical films?

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How much change can go into the new Fantastic Four movie before it stops being an adaptation - and does that even matter?

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With only a few more months until Avengers: Age of Ultron his theaters, there's still a lot we don't know.

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With only a few more months until Avengers: Age of Ultron his theaters, there's still a lot we don't know.

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Time to dig through the new Age of Ultron trailer to pick apart everything new and interesting.

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Selma takes us to the promised land with a very human portrayal of Martin Luther King Jr.

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There's a lot of great -- or at least interesting -- movies to look forward to in 2015.

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Justin Lin might not have been the director fans hoped for, but he could turn the Trek franchise around.

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There's a lot of enthusiasm about the prospect of Spider-Man entering the Marvel Cinematic Universe... but is that the right reaction?

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Ridley Scott gave us Alien and Blade Runner... so how did we get to the cinematic disasters of Prometheus and Exodus?

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Audiences and critics don't always get along, but this is one thing we should agree on: when you sit down to watch a movie, you want to see the best possible version of it.

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In case you're confused, Bob breaks down Warner Bros. and DC's supervillain supergroup.

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Skip the rush of Black Friday sales and track down these gifts for your favorite movie-lover instead.

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Since Disney seems to be in the business of making live-action adaptions of animated classics, I've got a few suggestions for them.