Fox bids goodbye to their X-Men universe with their second crack at the Dark Phoenix storyline. While this attempt fares better than their first, this time, the franchise comes up empty once again.
However, I think the problem with the sequels is much deeper than irreverence or unoriginality. The problem with the sequels is the main story, the Resistance versus First Order, more personally Kylo Ren against Rey, just isn’t compelling.
"Some people move on, but not us." The wait is over. Avengers: Endgame is here. Does it live up to the year long anticipation?
Breaking down the Episode IX trailer and what it means
I was not quite as joyous when I left the movie theater last night. Shazam! is a fun and refreshing take on the superhero origin story, but the legitimate elation of this movie is surrounded in such a weak plot I left the theater underwhelmed.
While I enjoy seeing our heroes, I don’t feel consider any of the Marvel films truly great films. None of them are in my top 25 all time movie list, and none of them are even in my top 5 all time superhero movies. Even the good ones, like Captain America Civil War, are a great spectacle, but they’re sort on real substance.
There is a lot of excitement for Marvel’s first female-led superhero movie. Is it marvelous or mediocre?