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It’s the eve of the release of Marvel’s Black Panther, widely expected to break multiple box office records, not the least of which being the biggest superhero film of all time starring a black lead. In the tradition of…
One of the first comic book movies to take the subject matter seriously.
“Given Goyer’s general attitude towards comic book characters, it’s clear most of his knowledge of She-Hulk comes from when Chyna played the character in Vivid’s 2013 hardcore porn She-Hulk XXX: An Axel Braun Parody.”
Sofie went to the theater once again, and now feels very, very conflicted about the new Superman movie.
The first flying sequence is worth the price of admission all on its own. The scope and sense of wonder it evokes is overwhelming, as Superman rockets across the globe, through the clouds, and into space, grinning all the while. Because how can you not have fun when you’re Superman? I caught myself unconsciously whispering, “make me believe, make me believe” in a disturbingly erotic fashion that I’m sure was very uncomfortable for those sitting next to me.
Before Samuel L. Jackson, Marvel's Avengers, and ABC's upcoming Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., there was an attempt to bring a live-action Nick Fury to life, starring none other than the Hoff himself. This pilot never became a series, but we did get David Hasselhoff being David Hasselhoff for 90 minutes. What more do you need?
Solkir reviews Wesley Snipes as the vampire hunter Blade, based on the Marvel Comics character who first appeared in the Tomb of Dracula series. So, it's a story about killing vampires, but the slayer is a dude? Weird.
Tom struggles to find positive things to say about Blade: Trinity, the third installment in the vampire hunter franchise starring Wesley Snipes, Jessica Biel, and Ryan Reynolds. He delves into the making of the film, its two alternate endings, and answers more questions from the public!
“The movie serves as a fitting, appropriate end to the trilogy.”
Sofie (currently without a camera) shares her immediate thoughts about the final movie in Christopher Nolan's Batman trilogy.
It's certainly not a bad movie, but the filmmakers way overcomplicated things, adding pointless political commentary and contrived twists, creating tons of plot holes to annoy Mr. Mendo. Here are his biggest nitpicks!
It's Ursa's Five Fave Fings (she's a trained alliterationist--don't try this at home) about Batman Begins! And Batman, according to this movie, begins with Morgan Freeman, Liam Neeson, Katie Holmes' lack of undergarments, themes of idealism and fear, and Christian Bale's abs.