This is it. While Marvel will continue creating movies to fill their universe, this epic 3+ hour film is the conclusion to the massive story that has been eleven years and 21 movies in the making. It’s no overstatement to say that this is, in many ways, the biggest movie event in Hollywood history. CanContinue reading “Review – Avengers: Endgame”
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Review – Captain Marvel
It took 21 movies and nearly eleven years, but Marvel has finally included a female-led superhero film in their epic MCU saga. Is it a revelatory moment? Is it a piece of man-bashing extreme feminism? Is it what female Marvel fans have been craving? Is it what internet trolls have been prognosticating? Is it amazing?Continue reading “Review – Captain Marvel”
Review – Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald
J. K. Rowling invites you back to her Wizarding World (TM) with The Crimes of Grindelwald.
Review – Ant-Man and the Wasp
After Avengers: Infinity War, we take a step back to a smaller story, catching up with just what Scott Lang and company have been up to while everyone else was trying to stop Thanos from destroying half the universe. Presenting, the 20th film in the ever growing MCU.
Review – Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom
The Jurassic Park franchise roared back to life in a huge way back in 2015 with Jurassic World. This sequel hopes to keep it going.
Review – Deadpool 2
Holy chimichanga, Batman! The Merc is back, and mouthier than ever.
Review: Solo – A Star Wars Story
After being plagued by numerous issues behind the scenes, the backstory of our favorite scruffy space scoundrel is finally here on the big screen.
Review – Avengers: Infinity War
It’s hard to overstate just how much hype this movie has. It enters its own realm of anticipation, with probably only The Force Awakens coming close to being the same sort of pop-culture touchstone event. Ten years. Eighteen previous movies. One story, all leading here.
Review – Ready Player One
Maestro Steven Spielberg brings to life the nerdgasm book written by Ernest Cline.
Review – Black Panther
Number 18 in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Black Panther prepares to keep the powerhouse franchise on top this weekend.