As our “hero” states in his opening voiceover, “Deadpool 2” is a family movie. And I have to say, he’s absolutely right. Seriously.
Okay, not so much in the traditional sense…please, dear god, do not bring the children…but in the sense that it is about a family. Yes, they have problems. Yes, they have enemies. But at the end of the day, they would decapitate any henchman who tried to lay a finger on their family. Read the rest of this entry
Welcome, movie fans, to the start of another summer of blockbusters.
With “Avengers: Infinity War,” we enter the beginning of the end of a story Marvel has been building towards for a decade. No, that’s not a spoiler, that’s just a fact. Part two of “Infinity War” (and its TBD title) will conclude this arc and start the next.
There are few things I can say about this movie without spoiling some truly spectacular cinematic moments, so instead I’m going to take the opportunity to applaud Marvel for what they’ve built.
Marvel has built a literal empire and I think it’s okay for us all to take a moment and acknowledge how impressive it really is, which to be fair is what I spent most of the movie doing.
Hold on to that feeling. No, they didn’t destroy it. They just made it so good, you’re eyes are going to leak, and you’re going to want to remember this moment of pride. Read the rest of this entry
Yesterday saw the return of one of the best comic book shows on television—“Legion.” If you think that sounds a bit hyperbolic, well then I’d argue it might be one of the best sci-fi shows ever.
From the world of X-Men in the Marvel Universe, it tells the story of David (Dan Stevens), a mutant misdiagnosed with schizophrenia who is now coming into his powers. Read the rest of this entry
This What to Watch Wednesday and the eve of International Women’s Day, it seems like the perfect time to celebrate a certain vigilante whose second season hits Netflix tomorrow.
If you don’t know who I’m talking about, I suggest you start binge-viewing season one of “Jessica Jones,” right now. Read the rest of this entry
It’s no secret that this Marvel universe has pulled together quite a cast of characters—a genius billionaire, Norse god, a gifted surgeon, a brilliant scientist/hulk, and a super soldier (to name a few). Now, with “Black Panther,” they’ve found a king, and so much more.
To start, we get Wakanda, a (fictitious…unfortunately) East African nation, that hides its true self from the outside world. Centuries ago, an enormous amount of vibranium (here’s a link for the non-nerds) landed there and given this small nation enormous technological advancements, something they decided long ago they must keep hidden from the outside world, for their own protection. This true Wakandan nation is led by its king, the Black Panther. Read the rest of this entry