This song plays over the end credits of Captain Marvel. I had never heard the song before but it appeals to my “inner grunge” I never knew was there.
Avengers: Endgame is a magnum opus and by my estimation the greatest super hero movie ever made and also a really great film. The culmination of 21 movies that came before it Endgame is everything it needed to be and more. You don’t feel like you have been in a movie for over three hours because it goes by so fast. The dialogue and action keep you entertained and engaged from start to finish.
This is one of those movies with a galaxy of stars from all the previous films. I do believe its helpful to have seen all the previous titles so you can get full idea of what’s happening. One thing I do think is that you need to see it on a big screen. Don’t wait for this to come to home video.
The 91st Academy Awards are being handed out tonight and the ceremonies will be held without a host. There seems to be a focus on music this year which is interesting. It will be interesting to see who goes home with Oscars and I predict Rami Malek will win Best Actor and Bohemian Rhapsody or Black Panther I hope will win Best Picture. I am also hoping Lady Gaga wins best actress.
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I am a fan of the romantic comedy. This movie destroys the romantic comedy just to put it back together again with a twist. Rebel Wilson needs to be a full-time leading lady. She shines like she has never before in this movie. There is so much to like in this movie but you will have to see it for yourself. In as much as I really enjoyed her performance the rest of the cast Liam Hemsworth, Adam Devine, Priyanka Chopra and Betty Gilpin help this movie be one to remember. Go see it because on the big screen you see so much of the world this movie wants you to see.
Why have I waited so long to see this movie? Seriously. It’s got a mega cast and there’s bowling and all sorts of wisdom and the F-word peppered throughout.
She is an icon and a hero. Ruth Bader Ginsburg overcame institutional and cultural sexism of her day to do good work and to make our country a better place. We need more like her. This movie was really good and made me appreciate her all the more. This film takes you on a journey of how Ginsburg had work twice as hard as her male counterparts. In the film you see how she got to where she is today. It’s a great movie about a lady who through the law made change happen that benefits all people. Go see this movie, its great. Felicity Jones is very good in her portrayal of the future United States Supreme Court Justice.