Chances are that before August of 2014 when you asked someone on the street who Star-lord or Groot are, they weren’t able to answer. But then James Gunn burst on the scene and brought with him one of the most fun and successful comic book movies ever made. This is a team up movie with
This is it. The film that cemented Captain America and Chris Evans as the best avenger. After 2 tired sequels before it, The Russo brothers came through and created an awesome spy movie that just so happens to feature a marvel hero. The movie follows Cap as he joins forces with S.H.I.E.L.D. automatically making his
Before I begin this review I want to tell you a little story. I went to go see this movie as a matinee with about 5 people in the theater total. Usually when there’s that many people in the theater it’s a very quiet experience as no one wants to be singled out as the
Thor: The Dark World is the second standalone Thor movie and this time we have a brand new director. When TDW first came out I was really excited because I wanted to see what happened to Thor and Loki after the events of Avengers. I was also looking forward to seeing Thor be a super
Iron Man 3 was a mixed bag. It played with both fan and audience expectations and it’s gamble did not pay off. It took too many risks without giving any satisfying pay off to Tony’s 4 Movie arc up to that point. But let’s dive right in and see how a few years have changed
Ryan Coogler takes on his 3rd feature film with Marvel’s Black Panther and it is masterful. Coogler avoids giving us a generic super hero origin story and instead focuses on the drama of a new king trying to rule while fighting enemies both foreign and domestic and the result is a must see movie experience.