Batman Soul Of The Dragon is so many things. It’s a spy movie, a martial arts movie, a ’70s movie… Or maybe it’s just all those things tossed in the wonder, added something else entirely. What we really could have used was another 5 minutes of run time. Anyway, if you have HBO Max, Batman…
The Marvel Cinematic Universe has done a lot of things that have never been done before, from the intricacy of the world-building to the range of characters and types of stories. It’s also in contention for the longest-running movie franchise and has been of overall amazing quality. Spider-Man: No Way Home, continues both those trends.
many years later, there’s a new movie. I was excited from the first time I saw the trailer, especially since it continued from the first one and seemed to have a lot of nice nods to, and respect for, the original
Jack Kirby, one of the legendary creators at Marvel Comics as they started out, left behind a wealth of work, and now we get to see some obscure characters brought to the screen, as Marvel takes a look at The Eternals.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage was an uneven ride that I needed a bit to figure out a way to sum up. I finally settled on calling it a hyperviolent version of the Odd Couple meets superhuman Bonnie and Clyde.
Now, the wait is over, and Shang-Chi gets his turn to shine in “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings.”
The Suicide Squad is back and some of them might even make it through the movie.
After many delays, Black Widow has finally come out, and it’s a great addition to the MCU.
What we got just wasn’t worth that wait, and it pains me to say it.
Now that I’ve finally seen it, I don’t think it was anywhere near as bad as the rumors hinted.