Posted by Mikey
Let’s just get this out of the way, you know how everyone asks “Who’s YOUR Batman?” Well, Andrew Garfield is officially my Peter Parker. Whether or not he’s my Spider-Man is still working itself out, but as far as Peter goes, Garfield has perfected the portrayal which is undeniably the most important part of the role. There are some heavy themes in this film and he takes them in stride. He’s not afraid to show the hurt, vulnerability, and sacrifices made to show Peter as a character of depth.
As much as this film could be a complete Saturday Morning Cartoon with how many new characters and villains are introduced, the things keeping it all grounded are the performances Garfield and Emma Stone give as Parker and Gwen Stacy respectively, as well as the tremendous chemistry they have with each other.
Posted by Mikey (Spoilers after the break)
Invasion attempts have engulfed New York and London, Gods from other realms walk amongst us, and The Avengers have assembled; how does a time displaced super soldier deal with these larger-than-life scenarios in a world that he is just beginning to understand? Captain America: The Winter Soldier writers and directors, Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely and Anthony & Joe Russo respectively, respond to that question with a simple answer, bring him home.
Steve Rogers (Chris Evans) is a man who is trying to take grasp of his own place in a modern world. America’s power and control are things he would never question before being frozen for decades, but in a time when secrecy and misinformation from our Government are the new norm, he’s grown to do just that.
WARNING: Contains spoilers!
From the opening credits it was evident that this was going to be a more ramped up version of Thor than its predecessor. From the acting to the story, from the scale to the fantastic use of humor, everything was exponentially larger than the first entry….
Hey y’all. Wrote this review today, also it’s posted on the new blog I’m working on with Reena. So read it and follow it!
Cover to CAPTAIN MARVEL #14 by Frank Springer and Vince Colletta
Captain Marvel vs Iron Nipples, I mean Man, Iron Man.
If you don’t like O Brother, Where Art Thou?, then you’re clearly wrong and I hate you.
Watching again for the first time in two years. Agreed. Read Homer’s The Odyssey and compare it to the script. Brilliant.
Scorpion: Spine Rip Fatality.
Now, I admit I haven’t played the newest one, but as far back as the original when I was 8, Scorpion has a yellow/black costume and Sub-Zero has a blue/black costume. So either explain what happened in the new game or stop saying that’s Scorpion.