So … it’s been a while since I actually watched Avengers: Endgame and, to my very great surprise, I haven’t had the urge to rewatch it at all. In all honesty, as time has passed and I’ve really digested it, I’ve realized that I actually didn’t like it as much as I originally thought I did. It’s […]
This is really well done. Considering how Yoda was able to move in Episode II, I’m totally down with Kenobi still having moves like this.
Wow. Just … wow. Ten years has led to this and … in the end, it was pretty damned awesome. Yes, I have quibbles. I ultimately didn’t like the very last scene (which was a flashback) and thought it was unnecessary, and there’s a Grrrrrrlllll Power moment during the big, climactic battle that irritated me […]
Yeah. Sounds like I made the right choice in skipping this mess. Just watching this makes me think some thinky-thoughts about how I think they should have made it. Note that this is pretty much all stream-of-consciousness and would obviously need some more in depth thinkage about various plot points. First. Recast. Brie Larson is […]
I fricking hate that I am so utterly indifferent to this trailer. When I watched it, I literally shrugged and realized just how badly The Last Jedi burned me. A friend of mine commented (and it fits my thinking perfectly): “I don’t think there’s anything wrong with this trailer. I just don’t care.” Yeah. That’s perfect. […]
So. It occurs to me, well after the fact, that I never actually published this here on the blog (though I did put a version of it up on my Facebook page.) What is it? A rewrite of the hot mess that was Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in an attempt to undo the egregious OOCness […]
So I finally got around to watching Solo – it popped up on Netflix and I realized that I, previously one of the greatest Star Wars fans of all time, had not bothered watching it yet. This is in the wake of me having watched The Last Jedi a single time in theaters, realizing that my prevarication afterwards about […]
Sweet. This looks fricking awesome. Fighting motorcycle ninjas from horseback? Hell. Yeah.
Looks pretty good. I’m rather pleased that they didn’t actually spoil Avengers: Endgame. For all I know, this is set before the events of Infinity War when Spidey got dusted.
Holy cow. I am a 100% … maybe 200% more excited about this than the block of wood that is Captain Marvel.