https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bvtGNvh33DE Best Line: “I don’t know if you’ve been in a fight before, but there’s usually not this much talking.” (Sam, to Peter)Funniest Line: “So, you like cats?” (Sam, to T’Challa)Worst Line: N/AVillain: Helmut Zemo/HydraVillain Grade: B+Film Grade: ARotten Tomatoes Score: 91%My Opinion (after latest viewing): UnchangedBest Relationship: Steve and Read More
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DL3mB28ZAm8 Best Line: “You didn’t see that coming?”Funniest Line: “The guy’s multiplying faster than a Catholic rabbit.”Worst Line: “Language.”Villain: UltronVillain Grade: B+Film Grade: A-Rotten Tomatoes Score: 75%My Opinion (after latest viewing)Best Relationship: Thor and his hammerWorst Relationship: N/ABest Casting: James SpaderWorst Casting: N/ABest Crying: N/AWorst Accent: Elizabeth OlsenSaddest Death: QuiksilverBest Read More
Best Line: “On your left.” Funniest Line: “Hey, fellas, either one of you know where the Smithsonian is? I’m here to pick up a fossil.” (Nat, to Steve and Sam) Worst Line: “I owe you.” (Nat, to Steve) Villain: Alexander Pierce/Hydra Villain Grade: A Film Grade: A Rotten Tomatoes Score: Read More
Best Line: “Genius, billionaire, playboy, philanthropist.” (Tony, when Steve asks what he is without the suit) Funniest line: “I understood that reference.” (Steve, about flying monkeys) Worst line: “I’ll persuade you.” (Nat to Bruce) Villain: Loki Villain Grade: A Film Grade: A Rotten Tomatoes Score: 92% My Opinion (after latest Read More
Best line: “She did quite the spread on Tony last year.” (Pepper, about the reporter who Tony slept with) Funniest line: “Sir, I’m gonna have to ask you to exit the donut.” (Fury, to Tony) Worst line: “Is this dirty enough for you?” (Nat to Tony) Villain: Whiplash/Hammer Villain Grade: Read More
I had heard many things about Taika Waititi’s latest which, like Thor: Ragnarok and others, he not only directed but stars in — this time, as the one and only Adolf Hitler, but as an imaginary friend of 10-year-old Nazi fanatic Jojo (newcomer Roman Griffin Davis).
I consider myself fortunate that I have never been through or been witness to the sad, unfortunate events that transpire in Marriage Story. Writer/director Noah Baumbach has used his own divorce as inspiration for the movie that is replete with authenticity — or so it seems, to someone like myself who is (luckily) unfamiliar with such a situation.
What Kevin Feige and the folks and Marvel have done is unparalleled, and we may never again see the likes of what they have accomplished since the introduction of Robert Downey, Jr.’s Iron Man in 2008. The conclusion to Phase 3 of the Marvel Cinematic Universe does not disappoint, and uses every single minute of its three-hour runtime wisely, not wasting any beats or character interactions.