. Looking over my Letterboxd list of movies that I watched over this year, it was not an easy task to narrow down movies over this year down; especially considering I’m adding in films that were pushed out of 2020 as well. So here are my favorite movies of 2021
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‘Black Widow’ is an explosive spy thriller that came too late
Scarlett Johansson’s Black Widow has had to wait patiently – eight original character chapters along with Avengers ensemble films and other heroes introduced in between – for her turn. Now, it has finally arrived in her self-titled stand alone film. However, this human narrative story felt like it should have come much earlier.
Reports from San Diego Comic-Con 2019
Movie and television studios, nerds and pop culture enthusiasts descend upon San Diego for the annual comic convention. It is here where future movie plans are announced, causing fans to go crazy with cheers. Directors, producers and actors answer fans queries about previous works and ask their burning questions that they haven’t posed on socialContinue reading “Reports from San Diego Comic-Con 2019”
‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ is an emotional and satisfying European adventure.
Similar to Ant-Man and The Wasp, this MCU adventure had to follow up to a massive ensemble Avengers event. While it wasn’t the best adventure, it was entertaining to hold fans until Endgame. After Avengers: Endgame, where does one of the most beloved and youngest MCU go from here? Vacation. But when you are an Avenger, there is no suchContinue reading “‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ is an emotional and satisfying European adventure.”
‘Endgame’ aftermath is tackled in the ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ trailer
Two weeks after Marvel’s culmination event, Avengers: Endgame, fans had to wonder what direction Spider-Man’s MCU sophomore film would take as Phase 3 comes to a close. The spoiler ban was active until this past Monday, when the new trailer dropped to reveal more about this adventure. Trust me, it’s Endgame spoiler-heavy. So you haveContinue reading “‘Endgame’ aftermath is tackled in the ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ trailer”
My most anticipated movies of 2019
New year, new movies. Now that the fireworks have faded and the first week of the 2019 is in the books, let’s look to the rest of the year. Some franchises are closing their current chapters like the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the Star Wars sequel trilogy. Disney looks to continue their silver screen dominanceContinue reading “My most anticipated movies of 2019”
Brie Larson flies high in first ‘Captain Marvel’ trailer
Over the last decade, Marvel Studios and their Cinematic Universe has dominated the global box office and Hollywood. With this past year’s Avengers: Infinity War changing the game and turning the universe upside down, we wondered how Marvel could keep our thoughts off the still currently untitled Avengers 4 film. Luckily, they have the right person for theContinue reading “Brie Larson flies high in first ‘Captain Marvel’ trailer”
Light ‘Ant-Man and The Wasp’ a welcome breather as the MCU’s 20th film.
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.”
‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ answers where Ant-Man was during ‘Avengers: Infinity War.’
Where was Tic-Tac?
‘Avengers: Infinity War’ is a dazzling comic-book spectacle a decade in the making
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”