10.28.19 I’ve been itching to write about this. It is the perfect subject for this month. Some of you have read about Martin Scorses‘s opinion about Marvel movies. For those who haven’t let me fill you in. Scorsese is promoting his latest film, ‘The Irishmen‘, and someone asked him about Marvel films. His response: “Honestly, the closest I can think of them, as well made as they are, with actors doing the best they can under the circumstances, is theme parks,” He also adds, “It isn’t the cinema of human beings trying to convey emotional, psychological experiences to another human being.” Ok, but then he had to touch the subject a few more times, “We shouldn’t be invaded by it,” and “We need cinemas to step up and show films that are narrative films.” Francis Ford Coppola said that Marvel films are despicable, then Jennifer Aniston added to the pot, that she’s not interested in living in a green screen. To be honest, these are their own opinions, and I respect them, but they fail to …
10.16.19 Hello peeps! Today is kinda slow but will be making up for it for the rest of this week. Starting off with Disney+. As you’ve already heard, Disney is joining the ranks of Netflix, Amazon, and Hulu in the business of streaming. Starting on November 12, 2019, Disney+ will launch its streaming service. If you’re interested in becoming a subscriber, you can sign early and start streaming on November 12. “Endless entertainment.” “Unlimited downloads.” “Big deal. Small price.” $6.99/month or $69.99/year What will be on Disney+: Disney Pixar Marvel Star Wars National Geographic Only for Disney+ subscribers: original feature films (never-before-seen), series, short-form content, and documentaries. Lady and the Tramp, Noelle, Star Wars: The Mandalorian, Marvel Studios WandaVision, Marvel Studios Loki, Marvel Studios What If, and more. Go to disney.com and click on Disney+ if you’re interested in becoming a subscriber. Enjoy the rest of your Wednesday, be blessed. Featured image: techhive.com
6.10.19 Hello again…got a film review for you courtesy of Mr. H Reviews and boy does he have a lot to say on this film here, X-Men Dark Phoenix. As for me, I think I’ve seen enough X-Men films to know that they might as well hang it up. HANG.IT.UP! Unless Disney takes it and makes it better, which I doubt, just hang it up. I knew this one wasn’t up to good standards. Here is Mr. H’s take on Dark Pheonix…oh Spoiler Warnings. For those who haven’t seen it, don’t look at the rest of the film review video. If you enjoyed this review like I did, please follow him on his YouTube channel Mr. H Reviews. Enjoy your Monday, be blessed. Featured image: Digital Spy
1.16.19 Evening all! The first Cool segment to start the year and what a start it is! The new trailer for Spider-Man: Far From Home was released yesterday. Some of you have already seen it, some didn’t. I have seen it and it looks like its gonna be a Summer hit. July 5, 2015, is the release date! Enjoy your evening, be blessed! Featured & other images: Wikipedia & Digital Spy
11.14.18 This post is a tribute to Stan Lee, who passed away Monday. Here is a guy who created the heroes and villains you see today. Generations have enjoyed and appreciated the stories and now a whole new generation can see the works. Here is a video tribute from Marvel and IMDB. He has left an incredible legacy. Rest in peace, Mr. Lee. Hope you enjoy the rest of your Wednesday, be blessed.
10.8.18 I haven’t posted a review since…April? Avengers: Infinity War. I have a lot of catching up do with this department. I made up for it on Saturday with Venom. Let me just say that I found it very entertaining. Some critics didn’t too much like it or cared for the film, but I tend to think these people forget about films, especially superhero films: having a fun ride and that’s what Venom is. A little funny ride. Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) is an investigative journalist who lands an interview with Carlton Drake (Riz Ahmed), CEO of the Life Foundation. The foundation has sent a probe in space in search of habitable worlds. The probe comes in contact with a symbiotic lifeform. Brock’s fiancé, Anne Weying (Michelle Williams) is a district attorney helping with the Life Foundation’s legal defense. Instead of asking about his space program, Brock questions Drake about another subject, which leads with not so great consequences. One of Drake’s scientists (Jenny Slate) approaches Brock with evidence of using human hosts for the …
9. 19. 18 I’m sure some of you have heard about Marvel’s superhero film Captain Marvel and when we were going to see a trailer. Well, yesterday we got our wish… I don’t really know a lot about Captain Marvel and her story, but I’m interested in seeing the movie. What did you guys think? Enjoy your Wednesday, be blessed. Image source: Techaeris & Polygon
April 27 / 18 Friday! The Cool segment has been dormant, but we’re back with it and do we have something for you guys! Venom, the newest film from the Marvel universe, debut a teaser trailer last year and a new full-length trailer debuted at the recent CinemaCon. “One of Marvel’s most enigmatic, complex and badass characters comes to the big screen, starring Academy Award® nominated actor Tom Hardy as the lethal protector Venom.” The film comes out October 5, 2018. What did you think about the trailer? Pretty good or not? Image source: t1.gstatic.com & SuperHeroHype