I’ve got one word to describe this movie: confusion. I’ll explain later tomorrow.
It was nighttime in London and spirits were low. Londoners were afraid to leave their homes and local businesses were closed. It was only the international chains and hotels that were still functioning along as normal. But the fear was definitely in the air.
Under the cloak of darkness, ten SUVs rolled up to Parliament, dodging the smoking wreckage still littering the streets. Each of these cars held powerful rulers of the world who had all been summoned there to speak with the terrorist that was spreading terror through the globe and the tension was palpable.
Secretary Ross sat in the SUV with the President who looked grim as ever.
“I can’t believe I’m doing this,” he said. Continue reading Captain America: Secret War (TWENTY-FIVE)
I’m watching TENET in a few hours and so the lack of content on my blog today is akin to that. However, this evening, I will be sharing a reaction piece and I can’t wait to bring you along the journey revisiting the movie theaters for the first time since COVID-19 began.
I thank you for reading and I can’t wait to write my reaction piece tonight. Have a beautiful day.