Rant by Tres
1. The Wolverine (July 26): This movie did NOT disappoint. It wasn’t as much of a back story as I originally expected, but one that I appreciated seeing with time skipping from past and then back to the present. The story is about Logan finding himself after he has killed Jean Gray (X-Men 3). It’s a struggle for him to find his way back, but he does. My biggest worry going into the movie theatre was the portrayal of the Silver Samurai. Continue Reading
Review by Logan
It’s always awkward meeting your love interest’s family. When his father is racist and his brother is a narcissistic psychopath, it’s even more so.
After the epicosity of The Avengers, it’s been interesting to watch how the individual heroes are faring. Iron Man 3 was, in my opinion, the best Iron Man film yet. It also reminded us of an undeniable fact: stuff like what happened in New York changes people. Tony Stark will never be the same. Agent Coulson will never be the same either, as we have seen in Agents of SHIELD. The same is true of Thor. Continue Reading
As long as there have been movies, there have been villains. They range from the neglected step-brother Loki to the power-hungry adviser Jafar to military experiment Bane. Among this diversity, there seems to a separation in theory and method in villain approach, which could have a very different set of effects on us as the audience. Continue Reading