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
On the (rarely) wonderful social media source that is Facebook, I recently read that in the latest Marvel comics, Captain America is revealed to be a Hydra agent. Now I’m not well-versed in the comics, but the Marvel Cinematic Universe … Continue reading Captain America is a Hydra Agent?
The Amazing Spiderman 3 and 4 have been announced, and I’m slightly disappointed. I enjoyed the original fine enough, and love the cast. I also thought the original was a little rushed and hastily cut, hiding a much better movie … Continue reading Amazing Spiderman 3 and 4 announced – What about Spiderman/Venom?
Roger Ebert was the world’s best film critic. Armond White is it’s worst. And today they are reviewing Iron Man 3! Leave a comment below, and follow @Gsundt on Twitter for even more content! Continue reading IRON MAN 3: Reviewed by Ebert & Armond
I honestly thought it was an April Fools joke. But no, it’s real. Disney has shut down Lucas Arts as a game publisher, and canceled high profile projects like Star Wars: First Assault, and the heavily anticipated Star Wars: 1313. … Continue reading Disney shuts down Lucas Arts, Cancels Star Wars: 1313
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 predict this year’s winner for Best Visual Effects. Continue reading OSCARS 2013 — BEST VISUAL EFFECTS: Predicted by Ebert & Armond
Roger Ebert is the world’s most respected film critic. Armond White is its least. See what happens when they hang out every week here at At The Buzzer with Gary Sundt’s new comic-review hybrid, “Ebert & Armond: At The Movies”. … Continue reading TOP 5 FILMS OF 2012: Lists by Ebert & Armond
Hey everyone! Sorry about falling off the Earth last week, I’ve been chipping away at The Secret World as best I can and lost track of time. Such is life.
Anyway! This week I’ll be reviewing Spider-men #3, and let me say that this week things get interesting! If you happened to wander into this blog having not read my review of issues #1 and #2, be sure to check them out. With last issue leaving us hanging on the edge of our seat wondering what was going to happen in a battle between Mysterio and both Spider-men, this issue doesn’t let us down as it jumps right into the action. Plus! Bendis finally starts bringing things home as the story moves towards the emotionally charged tale I was hoping it would become…
“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.