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”
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.
Holy chimichanga, Batman! The Merc is back, and mouthier than ever.
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.
Number 18 in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Black Panther prepares to keep the powerhouse franchise on top this weekend.
2015 saw Pixar give us one of their greatest films, in the form of Inside Out. After that, though, we’ve been treated to what in my opinion is the absolute worst Pixar effort ever, and a couple of decent/good sequels that no one cared too much about. Back with an original story, can Pixar win usContinue reading “Review – Coco”
Taron Egerton is back as Eggsy Galahad, secret service agent supreme, in Matthew Vaughn‘s followup to his 2014 action spy comedy.
After the somewhat surprising success of The LEGO Movie, and the enjoyable The LEGO Batman Movie, Warner Bros. is back with Ninjago. What?
This could be the most insane action film you’ve ever seen.
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