Justice League

In response to the harsh criticisms surrounding Batman Vs. Superman, Warner Bros. (WB for short) hired longtime comic book writer, Geoff Johns, as the co-chairman of DC related movies in order to construct a cohesive narrative for their superhero films. After Wonder Woman earned a bunch of critical acclaim and earning a lot of money […]

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V for Vendetta

In the 1980’s, comic book writer Alan Moore, (known for Batman: The Killing Joke, The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen, Watchmen) wrote five issues for in an anthology comic book series called “Warrior,” featuring a story called “V For Vendetta.” The Story is about a costumed vigilante who seeks to oppose a corrupt chancellor, by using terrorism […]

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Thor: Ragnarok

Set after the events of The Avengers: Age Of Ultron, Thor returns to Asgard after he sees a vision of his home in danger. He goes on a quest to find Infinity Stones, which may hold the key to saving his world. While desperately searching, a powerful goddess named Hela, invades Asgard as she attempts […]

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The Avengers

During a four year gap of development, Marvel Studios began to plant their first seed starting with Iron Man, as a result of critical and popular success, Marvel immediately planted more of their seeds including The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, Thor, and Captain America: The First Avenger. After extensive research on each movie, it […]

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The Incredible Hulk

2008 was an important year for Marvel, they first produce a film called Iron Man, starring Robert Downey Jr. as the lead character. After years of probation, Iron Man was the film that resurrected Downey’s career as he’s now A-List Star yet again, and the film kickstarted the Marvel Cinematic Universe. (MCU for short) A […]

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Thor

When Iron Man was officially declared as the first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, (MCU for short) Marvel Studios began their journey to create solo films for each titular character, until they band together in The Avengers. Before I break down the pros and cons for this review, let me give a history lesson […]

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Flashback Review: Hellboy

Let’s look back in the year 1992, a comic book company called “Dark Horse Comics,” introduced a character superhero called “Hellboy.” A half-human, half-demon, who works for a supernatural government agency (a Men In Black type of agency) by hunting down monsters, nazis, and demons. Over the years, the character become an instant hit among […]

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