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‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Spoiler-Free Review

For fans of the MCU, and a wide audience, Thor Ragnarok is a consistently entertaining film that is well written, incredibly funny, over-the-top violent but in a silly fantasy way, and makes you happy to be along for the ride.

Captain America: The First Avenger – Looking back…

Sometimes it is best to just get on first base, so you can prep your grand slam. Captain America: The First Avenger is the base hit of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. I, sadly, have...

The Avengers: Retrospect

Imagine, if you would, we live in a world where movies don't piggyback off each other. There are no established franchises, crossovers, or world building. Movies are made, just as entertainment/artistic expression. With this...

‘Iron Man 2’ Retrospective

Without a doubt, Iron Man 2 is incredibly despised by the public, which is strange considering it's praised by the critics. Is this a Rotten Tomatoes conspiracy? I mean, they have yet to pan...

Guardians of the Galaxy – A Retrospect

This is the true face of Marvel: a few cheap, safe blockbusters, followed by something unique. Eventually Marvel will run out of unique stories to tell and unique ways to tell them, but until...

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Proves Why Disney Bought Marvel

Guardians 2 has themes of identity, purpose, loneliness, friendship and family. I am a big proponent of family, and it always brings a smile to my face when I see it tastefully done, and this was a filet mignon. This movie was so far removed from the all too well known Marvel formula, that it could have existed completely on it's own, which it basically does.

Captain America: Civil War – A Retrospect

Captain America: Civil War is the retry of Avengers: Age of Ultron. This is a much more organic team up effort than the last team up and is an appropriate retooling. Although it is...

‘Black Panther’ Review

The things that allow Black Panther to be an amazing movie are the villain Kilmongee (played by Michael B. Jordan), the soundtrack for the movie, and the wonder known as Shuri (played by Letita Wright).

Ant-Man: A Retrospect

Every single Marvel origin story is exactly the same. Every one. Though, the Marvel abracadabra is how they can consistently find a way to remake the same story to give it its own unique...

‘Teen Titans: Judas Contract’ Review (Spoiler-Free)

Teen Titans: Judas Contract faithfully uses themes and plot points from the original comics to bring a fresh, retelling of the story to a modern audience. 

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