Today I watched Captain America: The Winter Soldier and a certain scene reminded me of a post I wrote a couple of months ago. It was the scene when Steve Rogers goes to visit Peggy (this scene made me super emotional by the way.) As I watched it, trying to hold back tears, I decided then and there to revisit that certain post I wrote in March for this Throwback Friday post. Enjoy!
Since the trailer for Avengers: Endgame dropped I have watched the trailer at least ten times. And with each viewing, my analysis of it has changed. While most trailers hide secrets in the background of important shots it seems that this trailer is hiding Easter eggs in plain sight.
Such as the mention of time travel. Now you’re probably saying to yourself, “Time travel? Who said anything about time travel in the trailer?”
Well, no one actually uttered the words time travel in the trailer but it is heavily implied through Peggy’s monologue through the first half of the trailer.
Continue reading Throwback Friday: The Newest Trailer for ‘Avengers: Endgame’ Proves In a Subtle Way That There Will Be Time Travel
I watched Maleficent last year and I thought it was a beautiful movie but it was super boring. But it garnered enough love and good reviews to get a sequel which is set to come out this October. The first trailer dropped today and so, I was totally going to share it with you all. Check it out.
This teaser isn’t exactly bad but it isn’t that great either. It features everyone’s favorite witch, Maleficent, we get to see Michelle Pfeiffer as what is clearly a villain, and it’s relieving to see that the CGI is much better than it used to be.
Does this entice me to watch this movie? Not really. But I may go see it this October if I’m bored. And if you don’t remember, here’s the movie’s poster.
I thank you for reading and I hope you have a wonderful day.
Avengers: Endgame has been out for the last two weeks. Because the film is such a gigantic spoiler in itself there has been a campaign for the last three weeks now called #DontSpoiltheEndgame. Well, that campaign ended today and low and behold Marvel dropped the newest trailer for Spider-Man: Far from Home. Let me tell you, I didn’t realize this trailer was going to be this awesome but it was so good my family and I rewatched it like five times in a row. That rarely happens.
Endgame was the end of the Infinity Saga but it turns out it may have been the beginning of something much more incredible. Here’s the trailer.
Continue reading The New Trailer for ‘Spider-Man: Far from Home’ Reminds Me Why I Love Marvel
One of the most recycled concepts for planets in Star Wars is sandy planets. We have been taken to Tatooine through the prequel and original trilogy more than once, Jakku was introduced in The Force Awakens, and Jedha, yet another sandy planet, made its debut in Rogue One. Now The Rise of Skywalker seems to be taking us to another sandy location but it doesn’t seem like a new planet. It seems very familiar, actually.
A lot of theorists believe it’s Tatooine but I can clearly identify it as Jedha. I mean, it’s so obvious.
If you look at the landscape, the flat barren desert, the jutting mountains, it totally resembles Jedha.
This is a shot of Jedha from the sky where we see the fallen Jedi statue. You see the flat, barren desert and the statue, from ground level, would definitely look like mountains. I don’t think it’s a coincidence that both of these locations in both of these films look so similar.
Continue reading The Sandy Planet in ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ Teaser Isn’t Tatooine, It’s Jedha