Comic books and video games are difficult to adapt into movies. Even with all the recent success, some still go unnoticed.
Critics have been giving the X-Men movies grief for a long time, especially the latest one; but there are really only two X-Men movies I don’t recommend. Which ones are they? Just listen.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is over 20 movies long with a dozen TV shows and miniseries to its name. It’s about to finish its third “phase” and move into a new one. But Phase One still is and probably will remain my favorite phase.
There is, in each of us, a limit to the amount and type of violence we’ll accept in our entertainment. Where do we draw the line? And why? I also share my thoughts about Ben Affleck’s current situation, Kelly Marie Tran’s article in the New York Times, and more.
Wonder Woman is a phenomenal character who was created to be the equal of other superheroes, and time has proven that she is.
“Suicide Squad” is generally considered to be the weakest film in the DCEU continuity, mostly because of its unorthodox style of storytelling. But could that “weakness” actually be a strength?
A lot of people say Jesse Eisenberg’s performance as Lex Luthor is one of the worst comic book movie performances ever. A lot of *other* people disagree, saying it’s a layered, nuanced portrayal of one of comic book’s greatest villains.
“Avengers: Infinity War” is a phenomenally successful movie, the pinnacle of expanded cinematic universe efforts. But, narratively speaking, there are some problems with it. Part 1 of this episode deals with how Marvel Studios could have led up to the movie, and Part 2 covers changes they could have made to the movie itself.