The Final Chapter
The sun was setting and the Cloud City sat like a pristine world in the middle of the sky. Inhabitants of the city were moving about the town like normal but they couldn’t help noticing the gathering that was taking place in a city square. It was a gathering of maybe fifty individuals.
Admiral Sterk, Poe Dameron, Rey, Finn, Lando Calrissian, and Luke Skywalker stood before those fifty people who made up the last remains of the Resistance; excluding those who were in the infirmary.
Poe turned to Admiral Sterk, encouraging her to step forward with a kind smile. She took a deep breath. She was standing alongside a legend like Luke Skywalker and yet she was the one who would have to deliver the bad news to the Resistance about what happened at the battle. She didn’t know whether to be mortified or honored.
But, she stepped forward, surveying the grim crowd that watched her closely, waiting for the words they all knew they were about to hear.
Continue reading My Version of The Last Jedi: Chapter Fifty
I love Marvel movies. They have provided me SO much happiness in the past six years and I kind of can’t imagine a movie year without a Marvel blockbuster being in the mix. So, a couple of days ago, I watched Captain America: The Winter Soldier–’cause I haven’t watched it in a long while–and I truly forgot how much I love that movie. It’s such a perfectly made film with so many unexpected twists and turns (Nick Fury’s “death,” Steve Rogers becoming a fugitive, Secretary Pierce being the main villain, the Winter Soldier turned out to be Captain America’s friend, Bucky, etc.) and it’s one of the least funny installments in the Marvel franchise and yet it’s one of my favorite Marvel movies. So that brings me to the question of this post; Is Comedy Marvel’s Secret Sauce or a Hindrance?
Before I give an answer let’s compare some of Marvel’s greatest movies.
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