Disney’s presence is unwavering and last night, once again, Disney delivered some nice surprises in the form of some rather fascinating television spots. So, with no further delay, here they are.
Black Widow Gets Another TV Spot
This television spot is not bad, by a long shot, and yet I’m still finding myself less enthused than I would’ve imagined. And maybe that’s because this is a prequel. We already know how her story ends. To go back and discover the truth of her past seems interesting but is looking less and less so.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m still excited to see this movie, but I’m not nearly as excited as I am about the Marvel Disney+ series coming later this year and that’s a bit unfortunate. Continue reading Disney Shines Once Again during the Super Bowl
Along with every recent Super Bowl comes the renowned Super Bowl commercials that manage to inspire elation, tears, or laughter. For the last couple of years, I have shared my favorite commercials of the Super Bowl and today is no exception. Here they are.
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Groundhog Day is undoubtedly one of the best films I’ve seen for its hilarious concept and humorous moments. To see this spoof on Groundhog Day starring none other than Bill Murray late last night was a real treat.
Oh man, this commercial was hilarious. Highlighting these eclectic Facebook Groups, this commercial had me laughing and smiling through its entirety. And the conclusion, featuring Chris Rock and Sylvester Stallone, was perfect.
This is undoubtedly one of the best commercials I’ve ever seen…period. I was riveted as the commercial featured tons of legendary and well-known football players in the league throughout its entirety. But then, just when it seemed like the commercial couldn’t get any better, the boy ran onto the actual field in the Super Bowl, followed by a swath of boys and girls as he delivered the game ball for the beginning of the game. It was magical and so moving it made me and my family cry.
This will go down as one of the best super bowl commercials ever made.
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a lovely day.
The days had been gloomy, filled with grey clouds and rain, casting dull darkness over Gotham that matched the city’s mood. But today, on this early morning on December 2, a sprinkle of light was falling down on the city.
The Penguin felt it was an omen. An omen that his role as Mayor would be looked upon as one of the bright spots in the history of Gotham. And he would bring hope to the city. Hope in the form of joy, money, opportunity, but that hope would be quashed by the true nature of the city’s elite. The corrupt would take over and The Penguin would be the illustrator of the city’s crucifixion. Continue reading The Dark Knight Lives (THIRTY-SIX)