A cartoonish demagogue using psychological manipulation to get his victims to question their direct experiences? If this were set in America, it would need to be called Spider-Man: Too Close to Home.
With Captain Marvel here and Endgame just around the corner, we thought that we’d share our top five favorite Marvel films. We’ll give a brief explanation of why, but we’d also love to hear your thoughts!
I went into Captain Marvel with my popcorn and large drink (giving up soda in 2019) ready to have a good time, and unfortunately this film fell short for me.
When I saw the trailer for Fighting With My Family, I knew that I had to check it out, although I was worried that my ignorance towards wrestling might hinder my enjoyment of the film. Fortunately, that wasn’t the case and Merchant delivered a quality film.
Does this movie suck? Nah. Does Glass cement Shyamalan’s return to form? Not for me it doesn’t. This movie, in a word, is fine…and maybe that’s the problem.
Mary Poppins Returns is a great stack of pancakes with all the toppings!
2019 in almost here! As you’re making your resolutions, and thinking about Avengers: Endgame, why don’t we take a look at some of my favorite films from last year!
Does anyone else miss John Cusack?
Green Book has two phenomenal performances trapped in an aggressively mediocre film.