Marvel Studios sure knows how to produce a movie. Benedict Cumberbatch is a great actor. This latest “Doctor Strange” presentation is dark, visually overwhelming (not in a negative way), and takes the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) into new places across the multiverse. The cast including Elizabeth Olsen, Benedict Wong, Xochitl Gomez, and Rachel McAdams put on great performances and have great chemistry together.
I would go as far as to say this had some serious elements of horror in it. Emotionally it will impact you. There are a few unexpected surprises in there too just like every other Marvel movie has. To the “Star Trek” fans out there you won’t be disappointed in seeing a couple of familiar faces (that is as much as I will say about that).
I recommend you see it on the big screen and if you can see it on IMAX that would be good too. The movie theatre is a great way to stay cool in these warmer temperatures. It’s a great flick.
2 of the last 3 movie versions of Spider-Man have been played by British actors.
Apparently, the name Peter Parker is really popular across the multiverse for the real name of Spider-Man.
Spider-Man got powers from dangerous spiders in every dimension that we know of.
Spider-Man has always strived to be a friendly neighborhood sort of hero.
Captain Marvel is a terrific character and this movie showcases that terrifically. Brie Larson is a perfect choice for this role. The movie does a great job of adding context for what we have already seen in the other movies. Women heroes on screen in reality are needed now more than ever. Carol Danvers becoming Captain Marvel is a great story of never giving up and always rising to the occasion. The supporting cast featuring Samuel L. Jackson, Clark Gregg, Jude Law and Annette Benning make this movie even more special.
The great Stan Lee who gave us memorable comic book superheroes and villians passed away today. He was 95. Thanks for the Marvel Comic Universe you leave behind. Rest in power Mr. Lee.
Know your value, you are worthy.
Today I saw Black Panther and it was a masterpiece. It was more than just a super hero movie it is a terrific movie all the way around. Chadwick Boseman has a habit of playing great heroes and the title role of T’Challa/Black Panther is another terrific role for him. This movie does a great job of setting up the back story and carrying the audience into the present. Michael B. Jordan plays a sympathetic villain without going over the top.
This movie takes the best of African Culture and transports us to the fictional country called Wakanda where it is one of the most technologically advanced nations on Earth due to its supply of the fictional metal Vibranium.
Yeah this is a special film and in my opinion its the best made by Marvel. The upcoming Infinity War is going to have to do well to match the quality of Black Panther. I recommend you all see it on the big screen because this movie deserves it.