Friday saw the release of the much-awaited Marvel movie, Thor: Ragnarok. With amazing trailers proceeding the movie for quite some time, and Marvel's impressive record, Ragnarok was a very promising movie. Very, very promising. Promising to the point where I am actually surprised it managed to live up to it's promises.
(Yes, I'm actually posting my review on time, and not months after. How about that?)
I didn't have high hopes for Spider-Man: Homecoming. My parents got to see it almost a month before I did, and they warned me it wasn't great. But I didn't want to miss any development in the MCU, and it had Iron Man in it, so I went to see it anyways. I wasn't disappointed, but I wasn't surprised either. There was a lot of things Spider-Man did extremely well, but there were a few things - well, one thing - that kept the movie from being overly enjoyable.
I didn't have a lot of faith in Wonder Woman. The last two DC movies I had seen were disappointing, and I honestly doubted DC had suddenly gotten their act together. Man, was I surprised.
I'm not a big DC fan, but I went to Batman vs. Superman. I wasn't impressed. There was a lot of problems with movie that I could discuss, one of which was the "death" of Superman. I just don't understand why they did it? Did they actually think anyone in the audience would believe that... Continue Reading →
Finally, no I am not claiming that I can make better movies than whoever was behind BvS and Suicide Squad. That doesn't mean I can't critique their works.