The following is a recap and review of the third episode of WandaVision, available exclusively on Disney+. Expect story spoilers and general Marvel Cinematic Universe spoilers.
In the third episode of WandaVision — Now in Color — the now-pregnant Wanda Maximoff (played by Elizabeth Olsen) is losing some control of her powers, as her pregnancy progresses extremely fast. Meanwhile, her husband, Vision (played by Paul Bettany), is trying his best to read up on what is expected of him and Wanda during the pregnancy. However, as Wanda’s pregnancy causes the whole neighborhood to lose power, Vision starts to notice that something isn’t right in the small town of Westview. Continue reading “REVIEW: WandaVision – “Now in Color””→
The following list contains spoilers for films from 2015.
It’s week seven of the Heroes and Villains period of Top Ten Tuesday, and that means I’m posting two top ten lists today. This is the final villains list for a little while, until I’m ready to release my 2016 list. Do note that these characters aren’t solely ranked on how evil their actions are. Without further ado, here are the top ten movie villains of 2015. Continue reading “Top Ten Movie Villains of 2015”→
Phase Two of the Marvel Cinematic Universe consisted of six films: starting with Shane Black’s Iron Man 3, and ending with Peyton Reed’s Ant-Man. As of the 12th of August Marvel’s Phase Two has grossed $5,073,945,033 at the box office, and has been nominated for four Academy Awards. Meanwhile, the Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror Films (Saturn Awards) has nominated the Phase Two films for a total of 30 Saturn Awards (having won 7 so far).
The following is a spoiler-free review of Marvel’s Ant-Man (2015).
We’ve reached the final film of Marvel Studios‘ Phase Two – Ant-Man is here. If this sounds like Marvel has gone for one of the most obscure comic books they’ve ever done, then you’re not entirely wrong. The general public wouldn’t be that familiar with the character, but he is not unimportant – his film is much more than a stopgap between Avengers: Age Of Ultron and Captain America 3 – in fact, this origin story is a breath of fresh air for the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Continue reading “REVIEW: Ant-Man (2015)”→
Get it? Yeah that was a bad font-pun. Anyway, on this week’s Marvelous Monday I try to predict the full box office total of Ant-Man. What would be a success? What would be terrible? Let’s look at the numbers from the opening weekend in North America and the Marvel Cinematic Universe numbers. Continue reading “Marvelous Monday #27 – Ant-Man Box Office Talk”→
This week I want to write about how great the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been, but in doing so I want to point out what scenes, events, or lines are the very best in the MCU (in my opinion, of course).
Do note that I will probably spoil every MCU film, including Age of Ultron. Ready? Come take a look my top 15 list!
On this week’s Marvelous Monday, I go over 5 missed opportunities in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Thus beware of spoilers from the 11 released Marvel Cinematic Universe films, as well as minor spoilers from the comic books.