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on Wednesday, October 24, 2012
After last week's encounter with an alien symbiote, the Slob offers an apology to his female viewers by taking a look at Jennifer Garner as Elektra. So how does Marvel's first female-centric film hold up? Check out this week's episode of the Cinema Slob to find out!
Green Lantern (2011)
Now equipped with an alien ring, the Cinema Slob heads to Chicago's sci-fi convention Cyphan, to get help from the only man who knows comics, the Last Angry Geek! It's a fitting end to Superhero Month, and the first proper "crossover" from the Slob.The Wolverine (2013)
“It gets really, really dumb. It honestly starts feeling uncomfortably like a deleted scene from X-Men Origins: Cheap-looking CGI, nonsensical plot developments, and laughable execution. The only thing that prevents it from having the worst payoff to a mystery in a movie this year is the fact that Star Trek Into Darkness came out.”Daredevil (2003)
Since the amazing special effects of Speed Racer has left the Slob blind, he's decided to take a look (no pun intended) at a movie featuring a man with the same disability. Check out the Slob's state-appointed defense of Daredevil!The Amazing Spider-Man 2 suit makes me irrationally happy
“Clips and trailers for the upcoming Amazing Spider-Man 2 started dropping, and I continued to play it cool, when on the inside I was crying tears of pure joy.”Daredevil (2003) The Director’s Cut
Solkir watches Daredevil and wonders how such a great movie can be so universally loathed. As it turns out, he saw the director's cut, a vast improvement over what played in theaters. After seeing both versions, Solkir does an in-depth examination of what makes the theatrical cut so awful.X-Men 2 is not as good as you remember
“Maybe I hadn’t given Singer enough credit before, and X2 would be a lot better than I remember it being. It wasn’t. It was worse. Way worse.”
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