When one thinks about the Avengers, there are only a handful of villains that come to mind who can pose a true challenge. Loki was an excellent choice for the first film; he was...
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Four years. Four years since that teaser at the end of the Iron Man credits, where Nick Fury teased the “Avengers Initiative”. Four years and here it was, the movie that nerds worldwide had...
I have a confession to make: I’m not a big Thor fan. I’m not saying I hate the character, and there have been periods where I picked up the comic (for example, I was...
Arrival is raking in decent money and could snag a few major award nominations in the coming months. But even the best movies don’t start out brilliant. Agony Booth’s fearless team of dumpster divers has discovered the painfully blunt first draft of Eric Heisserer’s screenplay…
Join us as we predict which of these November movies will be HITs and which will BOMB based solely on watching the trailers!
“It’s a bit depressing to look at this film and all previous entries and realize that our heroes have spent just as much time fighting each other as they have saving the world, often from threats that somehow connected back to them anyway.”
“It’s not the nonexistent feelings of a fictional woman that’s drawing ire, it’s that two real men are revealing their real (and not so great) attitudes towards women.”
“‘More of the same’, though I’d still say it was better overall than the previous Avengers movie and trumps it on most levels.”
“It’s a refreshingly outlandish concept, but unfortunately, the kooky title and premise of this movie end up being the most entertaining aspects of it.”
“Just like Ocean’s Eleven, it’s like watching a two-hour highlight reel of an awesome Hollywood party that you weren’t invited to; only, in this case, this particular shindig was a 1970s-themed costume bash.”
‘American Hustle’ Is Audacious And Reckless And Cocky And Beautiful, Just Like America
“If Shakespeare had had the wherewithal to include giant robots and inter-dimensional portals and storm-generating mystical hammers in his plays, it just might have looked something like this movie.”
Josh responds to a review of Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters that accuses the film of having misogynistic themes, and puts way too much thought into a movie about fighting two-headed witches.
Oh, Clint, you so sassy. In this episode, Ursa chats about some aspects of Hawkeye’s character in The Avengers, and then gets overexcited by the Hawkeye Initiative, and its sterling efforts in highlighting the ridiculousness of female poses in comics. Good job there, Agent Barton!
Thor: God of Thunder. Prince of Asgard. KING OF CAPSLOCK. Kind of a prat. And capable of learning, growing, and inspiring little girls to dress up in armor and tutus.
Ursa turns the squee up to eleven and watches The Avengers. Or Marvel’s The Avengers. Or Avengers Assemble. Oh, who cares what it’s called? It’s awesome! Fanboys and fangirls, assemble!