Every superhero has an archnemesis. Superman has Lex Luthor. Batman has the Joker. Captain America has Red Skull. Iron Man has…well, I guess, Whiplash or whoever. Black Panther has M’Baku or Erik Killmonger. Thor has Loki. And so on and so on. But Spider-Man. Spider-Man has a bunch of antagonists who are all equally fascinating. In fact, Spider-Man has my favorite superhero villains, by far.
Every antagonist that he faces is at the nth degree of coolness and so today, I wanted to rank all of Spider-Man’s villains (that I know of.) Enjoy!
Jamie Foxx was cast as Max Dillon/Electro in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 and while the character in the comics and cartoons is really cool, the big-screen adaptation of Electro was pretty horrendous. In fact, he’s my least favorite superhero villain in a movie of all time.
Jamie Foxx is a great actor but not even he could inject anything good into this role. Continue reading Ranking Spider-Man’s Villains
Well, the Sequel Trilogy has reached its end. There have been some ups and there have been some lows. Some incredible moments worth remembering and moments worth forgetting. But all in all, Disney gave us another trilogy. One that gave us new characters, new worlds, and new stories. Sadly, the trilogy has come to an end, meaning we won’t have any more Star Wars movies for a small while. Thankfully we’ll have plenty of Star Wars-related Disney+ series to watch until the mysterious film arrives in most likely 2022.
Until then, here’s a brief look at the Sequel Trilogy.
The Force Awakens
The Force Awakens, based off of the brilliance of A New Hope, tells a story of a new beginning for fresh young heroes and villains. Filled with adventure, stakes, and Star Wars galore, The Force Awakens was a bright start to a new journey. Continue reading What’s Your Favorite Sequel Trilogy Film?
The Golden Globes are tonight (woo-hoo!) and that means the first major movie award season has begun. Who will win? What surprises are in store? And will it dictate the outcome of the Oscars? We’ll find out soon enough. But for now, here’s my prediction of the Golden Globe results from tonight. Enjoy!
Best Animated Feature Film
While Toy Story 4 isn’t the best installment in the quadrilogy going up against films like Missing Link, How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World, and even Frozen 2, which would not receive the same amount of praise as its predecessor, it seems like Toy Story 4 is the clear favorite to win. Continue reading The Golden Globes: Who’s Taking Home the Prize?
The sick feeling in Finn’s stomach didn’t fade away after his talk with Phasma. In fact, it had only intensified. Now, as he stood in the belly of Hondo’s swoop, preparing for the jump that onto the fortress, he almost felt like throwing up.
Rose never looked his way. She instead chose to ignore him, reiterating her fury at his unwillingness to get them out of this plan. Lest did she know the true nature of what was about to happen. Continue reading Episode X: The Reckoning: Chapter Thirty-Eight