It’s been years in the making but it’s finally here, the first trailer for Chaos Walking. I’ve got to admit, I’m interested in the story and its cast is pretty intriguing (well…besides Nick Jonas) but that music though…it ruined the trailer!
Spider-Man 3‘s filming is practically under way and Tom Holland and co-star Jacob Batalon have read the script. Now it’s only a matter of time before we learn the name of this movie and it seems that we could potentially get the title reveal along with a sneak peek in December.
Of course, that’s just a speculation. Spider-Man 3 will not be hitting theaters until next December but we will get some details eventually and that’s going to be an exciting day.
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Since the days of comics Marvel and DC Comics have warred over its material and many of the heroes tend to be very similar. Green Lantern and Captain Marvel are practically identical characters, there’s The Flash and Quicksilver, Batman is a rich and super smart vigilante and Iron Man is a rich and super smart superhero, oh the list could go on and on but you get the point.
Now, even the movies are very much alike. Batman vs. Superman is Captain America: Civil War, Suicide Squad is Guardians of the Galaxy, Justice League tried to be The Avengers, they even have the same director, and Shazam! is Spider-Man: Homecoming. That’s why I thought it perfect to compare these two films and determine which is better. Enjoy!
This has been a fun year for Marvel, again. First, we had Captain Marvel which was a fun introduction to a powerful heroine. Then we had Avengers: Endgame which was expectedly brilliant. And last but definitely not least, we had Spider-Man: Far from Home.
I missed getting to see it in the movie theaters but as soon as it arrived on Digital I jumped at the chance to finally see this movie and it wasn’t long before I realized I was going to have a blast.
First off, if you’re wondering whether Spider-Man: Far from Home is better than Spider-Man: Homecoming, in short, it isn’t, but it isn’t worse either. I find that both films are practically the same in style, enjoyment, plot twists, and humor. But that’s actually a good thing considering that Spider-Man: Homecoming was pretty entertaining and clearly stands as one of my ten favorite Marvel movies. Continue reading Movie Review Flashback: My Long-Awaited Review of ‘Spider-Man: Far from Home’→
When I saw the first teaser for this movie I wasn’t that intrigued. Turns out, after watching the film on Disney+ yesterday, my intuition was correct.
Onward is hands down the worst Disney/Pixar movie I’ve seen. No doubt about it. The story, while set in an imaginative world that depicts magical creatures like elves and pixies in modern society, is as bland and predictable as they come.
Following the tale of two brothers and their “quest” to restore the second half of their materialized father (quick rundown; their father is dead and on the youngest brother’s birthday they are given a staff and a spell to bring their father back to life for one day) the plot is designed to inspire people to love one another and to try and hopefully influence a few tears.
The message was sweet but the movie was real droll. I’m talking about an almost-going-to-sleep-because-the-movie-is-so-boring type of droll.
I wish I could say Onward exceeded my wildest expectations. It did not.
I’m giving this 3 out of 5 stars and a solid 85 out of 100.
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Spider-Man was a character who had several outings on the big screen but none seemed to capture the teenage essence as much as Tom Holland’s version of the character. He brought a youthful energy to the beloved superhero that blew the minds of millions and transcended the young British actor into a household name.
Throughout his inclusion in the franchise, he has undergone quite a bit of change and I thought it would be perfect to highlight him today. Enjoy!
When Spider-Man a.k.a “Underoos” made his MCU debut the internet practically lost it. Spider-Man and the Marvel Cinematic Universe seemed like something that would never come together but through great negotiating (and perfect timing) the teenage web-slinging hero was brought to the big screen in a huge way.