Trailer: ‘She-Hulk’ Still Strong, But Did Marvel Turn to Daredevil Too Soon?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=faNwFB03r9E   We may only be 11 days away from She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, but Marvel has already kicked the tires on the Daredevil series in the pipeline. The latest trailer gives away way too much, while also showcasing most of what we already know about the show. Jennifer Walters (Tatiana Maslany) will defend the super-creature Abomination (Tim … Continue reading Trailer: ‘She-Hulk’ Still Strong, But Did Marvel Turn to Daredevil Too Soon?

Review: Thor: Love and Thunder, it’s hammerin’ time!

Back in 2011, Kenneth Branagh set out to make Shakespeare out of Thor. By 2017, Taika Waititi took over directing duties and understood it’s best not to take the Norse god too seriously. With Thor: Love and Thunder, Taika literally strips Thor of his seriousness and puts his signature brand of humor on full display. … Continue reading Review: Thor: Love and Thunder, it’s hammerin’ time!

Review: Move Aside Peter Parker, ‘Ms. Marvel’ is Taking Over the MCU

There are rare moments in geek culture that create the lightning bolt moment. Ironically, this one wears one on her torso. The Marvel Cinematic Universe's latest series lands on Disney+ today, and for the second straight series, we've been introduced to a brand new character. While Ms. Marvel bears the namesake of Captain Marvel, Kamala Khan and actress Iman … Continue reading Review: Move Aside Peter Parker, ‘Ms. Marvel’ is Taking Over the MCU

Review: Dear God, Put Us Out of ‘Morbius’ Misery

To say the Morbius joke has gone on too long is an understatement. After all, the movie was released on April 1st, more than two months ago. It struggled at the box office and became a punchline on the internet. The subject of many memes, Morbius did not find its audience. So it was a surprise when … Continue reading Review: Dear God, Put Us Out of ‘Morbius’ Misery

Review: ‘Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness’ Falls Short of Considerable Expectations

The Marvel Cinematic Universe returns to theaters for the first time since Spider-Man: No Way Home revived the theatrical box office. The multiverse traversing film returned familiar faces to the franchise, and fans turned out in droves. The final box office crossed $1.8 billion worldwide and over $800 million in the US alone. The financial and … Continue reading Review: ‘Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness’ Falls Short of Considerable Expectations

SPOILER Review: ‘The Batman’ Hunts a Bloody Serial Killer, While the Cat Steals the Spotlight

Perhaps the most influential comic book character in film history, a young billionaire crimefighter known as The Batman, returns to theaters this weekend. He first graced the big screen in 1943 with Lewis Wilson donning the cowl for the little-seen (and often forgotten) Batman. Nearly 80 years later, Batman and Bruce Wayne are more popular … Continue reading SPOILER Review: ‘The Batman’ Hunts a Bloody Serial Killer, While the Cat Steals the Spotlight

We Bought a Movie Pod: Joker Returns – Best Picture Podcast Review of ‘Joker’

Subscribe to the New Podcast Feed on APPLE or SPOTIFY! We're rerunning our episode on Joker from late in 2019 thanks to its Best Picture nomination. AJ is not a big fan, but Aaron was. Where do you stand on the latest film featuring the Clown Prince of Gotham? Check out the time stamps below! 00- 38:00 – Joker Review … Continue reading We Bought a Movie Pod: Joker Returns – Best Picture Podcast Review of ‘Joker’

Ultimate Crossover: The Best Comic Book Films of the Decade

With the decade winding up, we're going to roll out a series of reviews about the best in the comic book filmmaking during the past ten years. Much of the decade was defined by the success of Marvel, a studio that barely even existed in 2010. Yet DC, Independent cinema, and a flurry of graphic novels … Continue reading Ultimate Crossover: The Best Comic Book Films of the Decade

We Bought a Pod Episode 62: A Long Awaited Joke(r)

Hey guys! We're back and we discussed Joker. Sorry for the episode taking forever to release, but that's life sometimes. We recorded this episode back when The Joker released, so we finally got around to let our voices heard. So yeah, get ready for some freezing cold takes. 00- 38:00 - Joker Review 38:00 - End Movie … Continue reading We Bought a Pod Episode 62: A Long Awaited Joke(r)

Review: Phoenix Allows ‘Joker’ To Burn Bright Despite a Lack of Innovation

When the Clown Prince of Gotham comes to the big screen, moviegoing audiences pay attention. Back in 1989, Jack Nicholson introduced audiences to a new kind of Joker, one that was more menacing and comical than the Cesar Romero hilarity of the television show. Mark Hamill's evolution of the character throughout Batman: The Animated Series and Batman: The Mask … Continue reading Review: Phoenix Allows ‘Joker’ To Burn Bright Despite a Lack of Innovation