Not really a big comic book guy, but if you'd ask me who my favorite comic book characters are, top five would be, in no particular order: Spider-Man, Hulk, Punisher, Cable and Deadpool. That's right, one from MCU's Avengers team but not Iron Man, Thor or Cap and none from Fox's X-Men. Wolverine? I like… Continue reading 13 Reasons Why Deadpool 2 Is The Super Duper $@%!#& Superhero Movie of the Year
Movies I missed some pretty big movies this year. Just like the previous year. And the year before that. And the year before the year before that. And the year before the year before... Oh, this could go on forever. By "pretty big", I mean movies like Blade Runner 2049 and Christopher Nolan's Dunkirk. Or… Continue reading 2017: Movies & Music Year-end List
The Last of Wolverine No, I don't think Logan is the greatest comic-book movie since The Dark Knight (which isn't even great to begin with). But it's probably the best X-Men movie yet. I used to agree with the general consensus that X2 was the best of the lot, but Logan is also a remarkable… Continue reading Is ‘Logan’ The Best X-Men Movie?
I don't get this bias towards serious comic book movies. A movie has some convincingly Oscar-worthy drama, then all of a sudden it's the best comic book movie since The Dark Knight. People heap praises on these two movies yet no one bothers to mention Unbreakable, M. Night Shyamalan's subdued superhero drama and follow-up to… Continue reading Logan (James Mangold, 2017)
When it comes to the worse Marvel-based movies, the B-grade X-Men Origins: Wolverine is easily among the front-runners. As a comic-book movie, Wolverine is one serious offender. It has no regards for a lot of things: the first X-Men movie (where Sabretooth appeared), the Weapon X series, the other X-Men characters (i.e., Gambit, Deadpool). But outside… Continue reading X-Men Origins: Wolverine (Gavin Hood, 2009)