We are official done with Phase 2 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe and have 12 Marvel Studios movies in the pack. So tell me, which one is your favorite? If you’re a regular reader of the site, you already know mine – so I won’t influence the newer readers. Let your voice be heard!! Advertisements Continue reading Poll: What’s your favorite MCU (Phase 1 and 2) movie, so far?
Unless, you’re one of those people, you know to stay after the credits of a Marvel movie. Oh yeah, and #SPOILERS. Wasp Reveal Right after the title credits, we see Hank and Hope Pym go back down into his basement where he opens yet another door that leads to an experimental Wasp suit he and Janet never finished. In the movie, Hank expressed great amounts … Continue reading Ant-Man (2015): The Two Extra-Scene Review/Analysis #SPOILERS
When Marvel Studios was in production to bring Thor (2011) to the big screen, I thought that was by far the riskiest venture they could make because I just wasn’t sure how they were going to translate that character to film. While clunky at times, it was a successful foray into Marvel Comics’ more ethereal characters and properties. When I heard they were actually considering bringing Ant-Man … Continue reading Review: Ant-Man (2015) – The Smallest Big Risk Marvel’s Ever Taken
The event of the year has now come to the theaters and it was a glorious event. While probably on pace to come close or equal the pace of the first Marvel’s The Avengers movie, it wasn’t without some blemishes. While I find the blemishes to be minor and not too tonally distracting, this was not the same experience the second time around. Marvel’s The … Continue reading Marvel’s Avengers Age of Ultron (2015): #SPOILERS Review and Observations #SPOLIERS
Guardians of the Galaxy was by far Marvel Studios riskiest venture yet. It was always a 50/50 proposition that Iron Man would work, probably 40/60 that Thor would take off and maybe 35/65 that Captain America would be anything less than corny. However, Guardians of the Galaxy was easily 20/80 that it would be anything more than silly and Marvel Studios first cinematic failure – … Continue reading Guardians of the Galaxy; The “I Am Groot” Review