This Infinity War review is spoiler free. For the quick version, it’s an entertaining solid film. There’s an unusual central viewpoint, a good use of the majority of the (quite large) cast and some clever through lines on 10 years of films to this point. If you like any of the Marvel Movies to date, then this film has something for you.
It’s impossible to divorce Spiderman Homecoming from the circumstances of its creation. After Sam Raimi’s Spiderman 1&2 were excellent, 3 was merely okay and then the miserable Amazing Spiderman 1+2 came on to the scene, it was hard to deal with the fact that the world’s most popular superhero wasn’t going to be good on the silver screen again. Then, Sony and Marvel managed to come together just before Captain America: Civil War to bring the webslinger back to our screens as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Now, we get a Co-production, where Sony and Marvel have combined efforts to get Peter Parker back to come “home” with Marvel. The strain on the production to get everything under one umbrella shows. Spiderman Homecoming. It’s a little rushed, slightly scrappy, but it’s a good Spiderman film nonetheless.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 is a prettier, more subtle film than it’s predecessor. Lacking in surprise this time, it more than makes up for it with heart.
The Avengers are relics of the past. The defenders? Who even cares. The New Warriors though. That’s a super-powered team with some big name recognition. Time to meet the New Warriors Cast.
Are you ready to get weird? Marvel hopes you are. Thor Ragnarok’s teaser trailer dropped today.
Squirrel Girl is getting a TV Show in 2018 thanks to Marvel and ABC. Okay. Gotta keep the hype in control.
We finally have some idea of what the plot for Spiderman homecoming will be, thanks to the new trailer. Let’s break it down.
After a week of teases, the world finally gets a look at the very first trailer for the Justice League Movie. Let’s break it down.
Not everything made by Marvel can be great. Iron Fist is a show that has serious problems in just trying to find a point. It is incredibly hard to enjoy Iron Fist. Most of the series is spent actively trying to prevent the audience from caring about anything that’s going on.
The DC cinematic universe isn’t saved yet. Suicide Squad is better than Batman V Superman, sure. But not a whole lot better. It’s a character piece first and foremost, with some very well acted characters. Just a shame the script and production don’t match up.