Despite how powerful she is, Captain Marvel was never a well-known hero. She wasn’t in the A-tier of heroes such as Captain America or Spider-Man. The latest Marvel Studios Phase Three entry stars Brie Larson as the titular hero and she couldn’t have been more needed than now.
When I look back at 2018 in film, I will remember a few things: this was a great year for documentaries; foreign and world cinema are on the rise; smaller studios are creating the majority of original content and interesting projects right now; the superhero genre continues to grow and still has the ability toContinue reading “2018’s Best”
Everyone remember Avengers: Infinity War? The culmination of the first 10 years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe that was paced with amazing action sets, high stakes, and ripped out the hearts of fans all over the world by the time the end credits rolled. But we missed out on one of the more entertaining Avengers.WhereContinue reading “Light ‘Ant-Man and The Wasp’ a welcome breather as the MCU’s 20th film.”
18 movies. 10 years. After much build-up, pre-release hype, and social-media speculation and guessing games along with every small superhero collaborations and victory, the time finally arrived. Marvel Studios brought all of their heroes together – and they did mean “all” – for a battle for the fate of the universe. A movie that hasContinue reading “‘Avengers: Infinity War’ is a dazzling comic-book spectacle a decade in the making”
As we stand one week away from the world wide release of Avengers: Infinity War, Marvel Studios’ Nineteenth film of this franchise, I’ve conducted a Road to Infinity War Marathon: watching all the movies from the MCU before the third installment in the Avengers series. While some movies haven’t aged as well as I thought,Continue reading “10 Years of Superheroes: My look back on the Marvel Cinematic Universe”
With the release date moving up a week, a new trailer had to be released for the upcoming Marvel ensemble film. And the superhero powerhouse franchise did not disappoint today.
And Marvel Studios does it again! Marvel Studios and Disney’ biggest superhero team-up has moved up to hit North America theaters a week earlier than anticipated.