My Reaction to the ‘Captain Marvel’ Trailer: Ahh!!!

The official trailer for Captain Marvel just dropped and I am beyond excited! It looks awesome, as expected, and yet it still feels so secretive. There are many more enticing shots that make the trailer especially delightful mixed in with things we’ve already seen before but I’m telling you, I can’t wait to see this movie. To think that Captain Marvel is going to be a part of Avengers 4 is just…ah, I’m trying to process this calmly but my mind is racing!

Tomorrow I will share with you all my full analysis of the trailer but until then…*squealing*

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My Ranking of all the Superhero Movies I’ve Ever Watched

Superhero movies. They have become the staple of our lives when it comes to blockbusters. Whether it’s DC Comics or Marvel there is always a superhero movie to look forward to throughout the year. So, of all the superhero movies I have ever seen, how would I rank them? Well, that’s what I’m here to share with you all and I hope you enjoy. 🙂

37. The Incredible Hulk

I love Marvel. They have made my days as a movie fan some of the best days ever. However, The Incredible Hulk is just awful. Ed Norton is a terrible Bruce Banner. Liv Tyler is basically Arwen throughout the whole movie. The CGI is horrible. The storyline is boring. All in all, I’m not a fan.

36. Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer

Laurence Fishburne, Jessica Alba, Michael Chiklis, Chris Evans, Ioan Gruffudd, and Doug Jones in 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer (2007)

As a child, I used to love the Fantastic Four. The Thing, Invisible Woman, Mr. Fantastic, and the Human Torch (who knew, as a child, that the actor playing the Human Torch (Chris Evans) would end up being Captain America) were all characters that fascinated me because of their unique abilities. Fantastic Four was pretty good but its sequel was rather dismal indeed.

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‘Star Wars: Resistance’ Regains Its Enjoyment

If you read my review of last week’s Star Wars: Resistance episode you will know that I was less than pleased. The Platform Classic was boring beyond belief, causing me to officially nominate it as the worst animated series that LucasFilm has created under Disney’s direction. It didn’t help when the animated shorts belonging to the new series Star Wars: Galaxy of Adventures were even more enjoyable than Star Wars: Resistance. This week, however, the animated series was able to regain its momentum with an enjoyable episode that helped make this show somewhat interesting again.

Torra Doza

What also made this episode more intriguing than most was its focus on Torra Doza, a character we haven’t really seen up to this point, which is for a specific reason. Her father, Captain Doza, doesn’t like her to leave her room to roam the Colossus when the First Order is present. You could say, she’s somewhat the Star Wars equivalent of a princess locked away in a tower.

To learn more about her character was very interesting indeed and it’s kind of a shame that the series waited until the next to last episode to introduce her in a fulfilling fashion.

All in all, this series still isn’t anywhere near as good as its predecessors (which is obvious from its 4.7 out of 10 stars on IMDb) but at least this episode left me feeling happier than last week’s.

I’ll give this episode 86 out of a 100 and 3.5 out of 5 stars. It’s not great but it is good.

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‘Captain Marvel’ Gets An Awesome New Poster

Since the teaser for Captain Marvel, there hasn’t been much else for us to enjoy when it comes to any information for the film. Well, it looks like Marvel is finally starting to ramp up their marketing for the movie as this incredible poster just dropped for us all to gawk at. Here it is.


This is easily one of the most captivating Marvel posters I’ve seen in many years. It’s simple but it is beautiful to look at. Brie Larson stands front and center, unaccompanied by any other characters to highlight that this film is indeed about her and her alone. On either side of her, you can see the poster also featuring the two worlds within her; her Kree side and her Earthly human side. And the fact that Captain Marvel is glowing with power on this poster shows just how incredible of a character she is going to be.

What excites me the most about this poster is that I have a feeling it’s connected to the second trailer. The second trailer hasn’t come out yet, of course, but with this amazing poster dropping I’m sure we won’t have very long to wait. 🙂

What do you think of this poster? Feel free to share your thoughts in the comments below.

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