11 Favorite Moments In ‘Avengers: Endgame’

1. Justine Bieber. That moment when Rocket joked about Captain Marvel's ever changing haircut. Yup, Captain Marvel is Disney's attempt at a lesbian superhero. And they still couldn't spell it out. Where's your balls Kevin Feige Mickey Mouse? Also, Deadpool did it first. And she has a very cool name: Negasonic Teenage Warhead. By the… Continue reading 11 Favorite Moments In ‘Avengers: Endgame’

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Ranking All MCU Movies from ‘Iron Man’ to ‘Avengers: Endgame’

Endgame is over now. Thank you, Tony Stark, you're the one who started it all. In a cave. In Afghanistan. Back in 2008. It was that long ago. If you could still remember, there were two big comic book movies in 2008. and if I have to pick between the two, for me, Iron Man… Continue reading Ranking All MCU Movies from ‘Iron Man’ to ‘Avengers: Endgame’

Captain America goes back to the ’70s to save Nick Fury

Everyone's into time travel now, thanks to Avengers: Endgame. It's an interesting concept---time travel. In the MCU, it was first hinted at in Doctor Strange. Then, in Infinity War. Below's an old post of mine, which I came up with after binge-watching Tarantino movies, Scorsese's gangster films, and exploitation movies from the '70s. Yep, I… Continue reading Captain America goes back to the ’70s to save Nick Fury

Avengers: Endgame Is The Super Duper $@%!#& Season Finale of the Year

The End Is The Beginning Is The End Avengers: Endgame isn't "the best MCU movie or the best superhero movie since (insert your preference here)," but it does what it has to do, "whatever it takes." Even if that means Endgame makes for an unwieldy, ponderous, pandering, uneven, thrilling ride. It's a crowd-pleaser and super… Continue reading Avengers: Endgame Is The Super Duper $@%!#& Season Finale of the Year

MCU Recap: Iron Man, Hulk, Thor and The First Avenger

Iron-Man (2008). This is where it all begun, the Mark I of all Marvel movies. This is the movie where Marvel--after deciding to make their own movies based on characters they haven't sold yet--finally hammers it home. In a cave. In Afghanistan. Tony Stark's billionaire-genuis-playboy suits Robert Downey Jr. perfectly in the same the way… Continue reading MCU Recap: Iron Man, Hulk, Thor and The First Avenger

Captain America Trilogy: How To Solve A Problem Like ‘Bucky’

Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) Wonder why I couldn't like this movie more. It's well made, has a unique look, the right amount of heart, and nice-looking set pieces and action scenes. Found it boring at first, gave it a second look and found Joe Johnston's efforts, quite admirable, though still not a knock… Continue reading Captain America Trilogy: How To Solve A Problem Like ‘Bucky’

‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ Is A Perfectly Executed Action-RPG

Right after the opening salvo of Captain America: The Winter Soldier, in which we find Captain America and Agent Romanoff displaying their super-awesome fighting skills against a group of mercenaries in a SHIELD vessel, I wasn't sure if I was in a movie house or if I just watched a perfectly executed tactical/brawler/action-RPG. Was it… Continue reading ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ Is A Perfectly Executed Action-RPG

Thor’s New Hammer, Iron Man’s Gundam Suit and Other Great Things In ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

Avengers: Infinity War is far from perfect. But then it could have been worse, like The Matrix: Revolutions or Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest. Good thing it's more like Back to the Future II. Someone said it should have been a three-part movie. Well, dude's got a point. Because the storytelling felt rushed.… Continue reading Thor’s New Hammer, Iron Man’s Gundam Suit and Other Great Things In ‘Avengers: Infinity War’

‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Is One Big Superhero Movie Climax

Avengers: Infinity War opens with a distress call---actually a massacre, off-screen. And it's only fitting that after Marvel's most outrageously hilarious movie comes tragedy. I'm referring to Thor: Ragnarok, of course, which ended with Thor, Loki, Heimdall, Hulk and the rest of the Asgardians aboard The Mastermind's fancy ship. They all survived Ragnarok---saw Asgard burn… Continue reading ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Is One Big Superhero Movie Climax

13 Reasons Why I’m (Not) So Excited About Avengers: Infinity War

Can't say I'm not the least bit excited about Avengers: Infinity War. It is after all an Avengers movie. Something I have always looked forward to more than any other series or sub-franchise in the ongoing Marvel universe. Outside of the Guardians of the Galaxy, of course. One reason I'm not too excited about Infinity… Continue reading 13 Reasons Why I’m (Not) So Excited About Avengers: Infinity War

Ranking All MCU Movies from Iron Man to Ragnarok

With the release of Thor: Ragnarok, Marvel has now churned out seventeen movies. Yep, that's right. Seventeen fuckin' Marvel movies and almost all of them widely popular with both critics and fans, almost all of them hit big at the box office. But not all of them are great or good. There are few stinkers… Continue reading Ranking All MCU Movies from Iron Man to Ragnarok

What if Marvel gets Tarantino to do a Captain America spin-off?

Here's what---should Marvel hire Quentin Tarantino and give him 100% free rein: It would be set in the near future where the world is enslaved by Loki and the formation of Avengers never happened. Why? Because a deadly assassin killed Nick Fury in the '70s. Doctor Strange would send Captain America back in time to stop the… Continue reading What if Marvel gets Tarantino to do a Captain America spin-off?

Captain America: Civil War (The Russo Brothers, 2016)

Captain America: Civil War finds the Earth’s mightiest heroes split in two. One led by Captain America and the other headed by Iron Man---two evenly matched teams going head-to-head in a mid-movie battle seemingly inspired by the opening sequence of the X-Men cartoons from the ‘90s. While Iron Man got Spider-Man, Captain America’s team is… Continue reading Captain America: Civil War (The Russo Brothers, 2016)