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The Weekend Read compiles all of the /Film original features published in the past week. In this week’s line-up of reviews, lists, editorials and more, find the team’s ranking of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, a close look at where Supreme Leader Snoke could come from, an extensive breakdown of the new Blade Runner 2049 trailer, and so much more.

Film and TV Reviews

Critic Karen Han seems as surprised as anyone that King Arthur: Legend of the Sword is both pretty good and pretty weird.

We regret to inform you that Snatched wastes the great Goldie Hawn, as Josh Spiegel explores in his review.

American Gods introduced a Slavic deity worthy of your prayers, writes Vanessa Bogart in her review of the new episode.

As always, Karen Han tackles Better Call Saul by examining which character came out on top.

Silicon Valley is as funny (and as awkward) as ever, as Alex Riviello notes in his review of the latest episode.

Who made the biggest mistake in the newest episode of Fargo? Jack Giroux is on the case.

From the Overlook Film Festival, Alex Riviello reviews Hounds of Love, a horror movie that will unsettle even the most hardened filmgoer.

Columns and Regular Features

The Blade Runner 2049 is here and Jacob Hall goes through it frame-by-frame to see what he could learn for a Trailer Breakdown.

Is The Secret of NIMH as good as your childhood self remembers? Scott Beggs investigates with the latest entry in our Nostalgia Bomb series.

The current political climate in America has forced TV shows to become political, as Hoai-Train Bui examines in the latest edition of The Soapbox.

The latest edition of Cardboard Cinema finds Jacob Hall previewing tabletop games inspired by Scott Pilgrim, Jurassic Park, Rambo, Game of Thrones, and Wet Hot American Summer.

Scott Beggs explores movies with connections to King Arthur: Legend of the Sword in the new Movie Mixtape.

Lists, Rankings, and Rants

The entire /Film crew came together to rank the 15 movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe so far.

Do the most recent Star Wars books reveal clue to the identity of Supreme Leader Snoke? Lucas Siegel conducts a thorough investigation.

With Heat now out in a new Blu-ray, Jacob Hall and Jack Giroux sat down to chat about Michael Mann’s masterpiece.

Here is every single Stan Lee cameo in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, ranked from worst to best by Chris Evangelista.

If Hollywood is looking for less famous comic book series that would make great movies, Alex Riviello has some suggestions.

With Hellboy getting an R-rated reboot, Jacob Hall explores what this could mean for fans of the original comic series.

Does losing its main character spell certain doom for Once Upon a Time? Hoai-Tran Bui takes a closer look.

/Answers and /Response

The /Film crew examines their favorite (or at least their most memorable) parents in film and television.

Here are more great film and TV parents, as selected by /Film readers.

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