Astonishing X-Men: Torn
Astonishing X-Men: Torn

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  • Released: 2012
  • Runtime: 81 mins
  • Studio: Marvel Knights
  • Genres: Animated

An alien species attempts to take over earth, but the X-Men are ready for anything.... (Full plot summary below)

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An alien species attempts to take over earth, but the X-Men are ready for anything.

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The A.V. Club - 9/10 by Keith UhlichIt’s enough for Workman to simply assemble a patchwork of Welles in his myriad incarnations (as the hearty Falstaff in Chimes At Midnight; as an arched-eyebrow spokesman for Paul Masson wine; as The Third Man’s cynical Harry Lime; as a sharp, vital youth and a sharp, frail elder) and allow the many faces to confirm, contradict, and, ultimately, speak for themselves.
New York Post - 8/10 by Farran Smith NehmeIf this documentary is swift and witty, that’s in part because it relies heavily on clips of Orson Welles talking. And oh, how Welles could talk, that beautiful voice wrapping itself around tall tales and wine commercials with equal grace. - 8/10 by Glenn KennyWhatever its shortcomings, “Magician” accomplishes quite a bit as a corrective, and it also gives one an hour and a half in the company of Orson Welles. That in and of itself is worth at least a three-star rating.
San Francisco Chronicle - 8/10 by Mick LaSalleMagician is worth seeing as a kind of curated tour through the movies and through Welles’ interviews. However, if you have more time and want to get into Welles on your own, an afternoon watching YouTube videos followed by a few evenings of watching his best movies might be even better.
Boston Globe - 8/10 by Mark FeeneyThere are unexpected things in “Magician,” such as Puck’s presence. Welles’s first screen test, from 1937, and an appearance on “I Love Lucy” are others. But even the expected things, such as the numerous Welles clips, are consistently unexpected.
New York Daily News - 8/10 by Joe NeumaierMost tales come from the inimitable mouth of the man himself, who could make ordering dinner sound like Shakespeare. He had a life to match. Workman covers all of his subject’s years, even if very few of them truly belonged to Welles.
Empire - 8/10 by Ian NathanIf director Chuck Workman maps a familiar rise and fall of rule-breaking brilliance it is vindicated by the great raconteur and in-depth praise from an impressive roster.
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