Sometimes I like to start out my Movie Duels columns with a little bit of socio-historical analysis, where I pick out the main theme or subject matter in common between two movie twins, and...
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Breaking all rules of political etiquette, a candidate starts behaving outrageously, offending sensibilities with outlandish racially-tinged comments and unhinged acts of buffoonery. Sounds familiar, right? Except the year is not 2015 or 2016 but 1996, and the man in question is a fictional liberal Democrat named Jay Billington Bulworth.
“‘More of the same’, though I’d still say it was better overall than the previous Avengers movie and trumps it on most levels.”
Tony Stark: Not just Iron Man any more. In this episode, Ursa discusses the crumbling of Tony’s hyper-masculine ideal to reveal someone who’s actually… kind of great.
Morning Sideboob: Shailene Woodley Is Homeless
“It’s Planespotting; two characters struggle with substance abuse and their road to recovery is a turbulent one.”
“I’m assuming the next Iron Man movie will feature two hours of Tony Stark sitting in his living room playing with a Kinect.”
“I’m constantly getting the feeling I was supposed to study ahead of time for this movie.”
Your Giant Emmy Recap Extravaganza Is Here And It Makes No Sense At All
So by now, most of you probably have had a chance to see Iron Man 3. Which is good, because I don’t want to just beat around the bush for four paragraphs and end up saying little more than “it’s really good, but I can’t be too specific on why”.
Sofie got lucky, because a certain big blockbuster was released a little bit earlier in Denmark: Namely, the long anticipated Marvel film Iron Man 3, which marks the end of a trilogy… for now.
Ryan reviews Crash, one of the worst movies to ever win the Best Picture Oscar. Brought to you by former Facts of Life writer Paul Haggis, Crash is the movie that dares to say racism is bad, while teaching us all to be better people through laughter, tears, and Sandra Bullock.