Daily Forty-Niner · Son of a Beach S1E3 — FIFA World Cup 2022 brings fans together, Will Smith makes first TV appearance following Oscars slap, Black Panther breaks box office records & more
“Black Panther: Wakanda Forever,” the latest addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, provides us with emotional storytelling and a new anti-hero who’s quickly becoming a fan-favorite.
With the She-Hulk season coming to an end, the nine-episode show has received mixed reviews.
As a lifelong fan of superhero movies, I think the genre has become stagnant and predictable. However, I think there may be a path forward.
Sony has released its latest attempt to get back into the Marvel Cinematic Universe with the release of “Venom,” a standalone story based around the titular character, and much like the 2007 attempt to bring him to life, it’s a disaster. While investigating the Life Corporation and its shady practices,[Read More…]
“Well, the ‘60s were fun, but now I’m paying for it!” It only took 30 appearances for Stan Lee to finally find his best cameo yet, in the long-awaited “Ant-Man and the Wasp,” which was not only hilarious, but was more proof of the lighter atmosphere felt in the sequel.[Read More…]
“Fuck Wolverine. First, he rides my coattails with the R-rating, and then that hairy motherfucker ups the ante by dying! What a dick! Well, guess what, Wolvie? I’m dying in this movie.” Well that’s a way to start a movie, and in this film’s first moments, we’re assured two things[Read More…]
It’s become a cliché for reviews to proclaim that Marvel Studios’ newest movie is their best output yet. But “Black Panther” really is the best movie to bear the Marvel name; it’s the only one to draw tears from me. It isn’t just a beautiful or entertaining movie, it’s perfect.[Read More…]
2017 was a mixed bag in a lot of senses. From a number of producers, actors and entertainers being called out for sexual allegations to Bill Nye getting his own show on Netflix, there was a lot to be happy and sad about. The same thing went for movies, too.[Read More…]
In what first appears to be a fourth wall-breaking monologue, “Thor: Ragnarok” begins with the Asgardian god (played by Chris Hemsworth) caged and dangling from heights unknown in a hellscape dungeon. A pan of the camera reveals he is actually speaking to skeletal remains of slayed foes about his current[Read More…]