The official trailer for the Justice League was revealed today, and it looks like we’re in for a treat. The movie seems to carry the same dark undertones of Batman vs. Superman, but with the group coming together, it looks more likely for the possibility of humor to break through the darkness.
The Justice League trailer showed some of our favorite DC superheroes coming together as a team when “the others” arrive, but we’re left with one question: where’s Superman?
A new ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ film is set to arrive this May, and while plot details have been kept to a minimum, some answers may be hiding in plain sight. Oh, here’s what an understanding of ‘Star Wars’ universe can tell us about the plot of the new ‘Pirates of the Caribbean’ film.
In the trailer, we meet a young man, unnamed but known in press releases as Henry (Brenton Thwaites), who is confronted by Captain Salazar (Javier Bardem), the captain of a Ghostly Crew (because all the villain crews in the Pirates of the Caribbean series are supernaturally themed). Henry is wearing a necklace, one the audience has seen before.
The Accountant is supposed to be an interesting thriller about a man living with a severe case of autism that has fallen into a life of crime and murder, but instead, the highlight (or rather, lowlight) of the film is the lead character’s terrible father and terrible childhood.
The Accountant showcases a horrible case of systematic, stereotypical masculinity between the lead character, Christian, and his late father as he was growing up.
We’ve seen the end years of Albus Dumbledore’s life in the Harry Potter series, so why should we care about his younger counterpart’s influence in the Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them film series?
The new trailer for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, the new five-film series written by J.K. Rowling based off of one of the Hogwarts textbooks in Harry Potter, promises to explore the time as the first infamous wizard, Grindelwald, rose to power.
Sharon Carter, played by Emily VanCamp, has been dealt a losing role in the Captain America films, which instead of focusing on Steve and his relationships with anyone except Bucky are overloaded with other Marvel heroes.
Agent 13 first appeared in Captain America: The Winter Soldier as Steve’s S.H.I.E.L.D. handler, and the woman on the inside when the agency was taken over by Hydra and disintegrated. It wasn’t until Captain America: Civil War, released in May 2016, that Sharon Carter’s relationship with Steve was made prevalent to fans, and when it did, it was quite disappointing.
Indignation is a movie that tries to combine the question of religion within an academic life, alongside a romance that never made sense in the first place.
What’s another movie about a white guy trying to find some purpose? Let’s talk about Indignation.
For those that have read/seen Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, most of us can agree that though the narrative and plot are disappoint, Scorpius Malfoy is an unexpected shining light.
Who would’ve believed that a Malfoy would’ve been the most interesting character in a Harry Potter story?
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, meaning Albus Severus, is the story of Harry Potter learning what being a father means while dealing with demons from his past, while his son experiences a very different childhood than he did, further separating them.
Major spoilers ahead!
If you’re active on social media at all, you,l have heard that DC Comics’ newest feature film, Suicide Squad, was destroyed by critics. But as the same critics that reviewed Batman vs. Superman, is their Suicide Squad review really negligible?
What surprised me the most was the real star of the film, though perhaps it shouldn’t have. Other than the villain the Enchantress, played by Cara Delevingne, Margot Robbie’s Harley Quinn ate up the most screen time, and not all of it was earned.