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It is no secret that we are in the midst of a super hero movie renaissance that began when the first Iron Man came out in 2008.

Since then we have had four major film companies spending huge amounts of money to sit us down in a theater to watch their movies.

2017 is looking no different as we are getting even more superhero movies from Marvel Studios, Fox, and Warner Bros. Here are three 1-Minute Reviews about upcoming super hero films.

Celebrate our 30th 1-Minute Review episode and subscribe to ACE and Tree! For this special episode we talk about the trailer for Logan. Rumored to be the final film in Fox’s current X-Men story arc, Logan is inspired by the Old Man Logan arc from the comics. Hugh Jackman, who played Wolverine faithfully for 17 years, reprises his role for the final time. We had a lot to say in this one, enjoy!

Since Disney acquired Marvel Studios, they have made the franchise a multi-billion dollar industry. The next film in the very expansive Marvel Cinematic Universe holds the highly coveted May 5 release.

Director James Gunn returns to the helm for Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, starring all of the original cast including: Chris Pratt as Star Lord, Zoe Saldana as Gamora, Vin Diesel as Groot, Bradley Cooper as Rocket, and Dave Buatista as Drax.

There will also be some very surprising appearances from actors Kurt Russell, Sylvester Stallone, and Nathan Fillion. This is our review of the teaser trailer.

So far Warner Bros. has three films in their fledgling DC Cinematic Universe that have all been met with mixed results. They are giving it another shot in 2017 with the movie Wonder Woman. So far the film shows much promise and could save the DCCU or potentially ruin it’s chances all together. Gal Gadot reprises her role as the titular character and also stars along side Chris Pine as Steve Trevor. Interestingly enough, Wonder Woman is taking place during World War I. Here is out review of the most recent trailer.

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