Avengers: Infinity War comes out in just a couple days (and plenty of people have seen it already), and I’m excited. Sure, the Marvel Cinematic Universe gets its share of haters from its dominance of the box office, but I … Continue reading Avengers: Infinity War and Learning from Mistakes
SPOILERS AHEAD. SERIOUSLY. OF LIKE EVERYTHING. In the finale of Man of Steel, Superman fights Zod, and building after building is destroyed. Let’s ignore the fact that the World Machine killed hundreds of thousands on its own – in the … Continue reading All Style, No Substance – “Man of Steel,” Blockbusters Ignore Collateral Damage
Iron Man 3: A Fun Film with Rewards that Outweigh the Risks Our resident movie expert, Gary Sundt, was killed in a horrific comic book signing accident, so I have decided to carry the torch and finish his legacy. First … Continue reading Review from a Movie Expert: Iron Man 3
With talks to get Christian Bale in as Batman, it’s clear DC is doing the smart thing and trying to follow the Avengers movie formula. This is the best move for them as a studio, and for the fans. Well, … Continue reading Stephen Amell from “Arrow” as Green Arrow in Justice League film
According to new reports from a traditionally reliable source, Christian Bale is in talks to reprise his role as Bruce Wayne/Batman in the new Justice League movie. There’s more. Apparently, the film execs are hoping to set the film within … Continue reading Christian Bale as Batman in Justice League movie
Ebert & Armond review the 2013 Oscar Nominations! Continue reading OSCAR NOMINATIONS 2013: Reviewed by Ebert & Armond
“Tony Stark may have deeper pockets than Bruce Wayne, but I’m pretty sure the Caped Crusader has the legacy to rub anybody’s tin canned nose into the dirt.” Continue reading Why Dark Knight WILL Beat The Avengers. Period.
Okay, so we all have friends who are either whiny hipsters or, even worse, elitists. They may not know it, but they are. How do you spot them? They’re that arrogant individual who turns their nose up at anything popular or mainstream, believing wholeheartedly that it couldn’t possibly be worth their time.
Case in point: Marvel’s The Avengers. These people couldn’t care less because they either think a) it’s stupid because it’s a superhero movie, b) it’s stupid because it’s popular, or c) it just “isn’t their speed.” Yes, there are obnoxious crowds, high ticket prices, or the unthinkable act of missing that Studio Ghibli retrospective at the local art house theater, but I (and/or those nearest and dear to you) still believe you should go!
Therefore, here are five very good reasons non-fans should see Marvel’s The Avengers in the movie theater as soon as possible. Continue reading “Top Five Reasons Non-Fans Should See Marvel’s The Avengers”
I hated Marvel’s The Avengers. Continue reading “Review: The Avengers”