The Martian is a hard science fiction movie. The film uses some technical and scientific jargon, but clarifies so that the viewer can easily understand the complex issues and solutions. The general intelligence of the characters in the show is formidable, but they are all given relatively down-to-earth, relatable personalities. The main character, Mark Watney… Read More The Martian
The series collected in this omnibus is the best showing of Hawkeye outside of an Avengers movie. With Captain America Civil War just a few months away, now is the perfect time to re-examine this omnibus that was released a few months ago. … Read More Definitive Hawkeye Series in Omnibus
Gatto di Sangue: Last Round Table, we talked about two of the best women in Marvel Cinema: Peggy Carter and Pepper Potts. This post, we’re discussing Nebula and Gamora. Gatto di Sangue: Guardians of the Galaxy is one of my favorite Marvel movies, but it has an unfortunate lack of strong female characters. Gamora was… Read More Round Table: Marvel’s Women (Part 4), Nebula and Gamora
Gatto di Sangue: Last round table, we discussed Black Widow. After Black Widow, I would cite the next strongest female characters as Peggy Carter and Pepper Potts. Road-sine: In Mavel’s TV series, Agent Carter, you could see that she was a strong female character. She moves the plot forward, she does things, she actively contributes… Read More Round Table: Marvel’s Women (Part 3), Peggy Carter and Pepper Potts
*Spoiler alert! This post may have some minor spoilers.* Ant-man is, I think, one of Marvel Cinema’s best movies. It’s in my top five favorites of the movies (up there with Winter Soldier, Iron Man 1, Guardians of the Galaxy and Avengers). What makes this movie, featuring a C-list hero and following the controversial Avengers:… Read More Ant-Man: Luis Steals the Show
Gatto di Sangue: Today. we’re continuing our multi-part series on the Women of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Last time, we discussed the newest member of the Women of Marvel, Hope van Dyne. Now, let’s talk about the character most people would consider Marvel’s strongest female hero, Black Widow. Road-sine: Black Widow was actually a really… Read More Round Table: Marvel’s Women (Part 2), Black Widow
Originally, I figured I’d watch the Fantastic Four movie this weekend, having already caught Ant-man opening weekend. After months of negative press, the last couple of trailers didn’t look that bad. I thought I would give it a shot. After the early reviews completely panned it and audience reactions declined each day, I figured my… Read More Ant-man: Easter Eggs [Spoiler-free]
I went into this movie with my lowest expectations for a Marvel Cinema film. This is the smallest budget ($134M, 600k less than “the Incredible Hulk”) for a Marvel Cinema movie yet. I’ve never been a fan of Ant-man either. Then, when Edgar Wright left production, my concerns mounted. Would his replacement, Peyton Reed, the… Read More Ant-man the Movie: Surprisingly good!