Sam Raimi’s first contribution to Marvel since oft-derided Spider-Man 3, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness mostly succeeds at being entertaining in its own right, but still relies on a certain amount of fan service
Tom Holland’s third outing as the teenage superhero is the perfect evolution from Homecoming and Far From Home
Marking Disney Plus’s second anniversary, Disney Plus Day yielded a huge number of announcements
Chlo´´é Zhao’s ‘Eternals’ continues Marvel Phase Four’s trend of character development, but suffers when it comes to pace and clarity
Unencumbered by franchise and existing characters and plot lines, Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is a creatively satisfying story: a martial arts action epic, with a beating, emotional core and nuanced characters
The long-anticipated solo movie for the lone female Avenger is almost everything a fan could hope for, but it still doesn’t make up for the past treatment of the character
Marvel’s latest televisual creation is less creatively groundbreaking than predecessor WandaVision, but continues the trend of exploring the value of quiet, emotional moments in amongst the blockbuster action
MCU’s first TV series comes to a spectacular close, as Wanda finally confronts what she’s been running from all along.
“Previously On” circles its attention back on the woman in the centre of the madness, in the most emotional the MCU has ever been.
WandaVision delivers its most game-changing cliffhanger yet.
WandaVision continues to intrigue, as Episode 6 sets up brilliant conflict to come, while also conjuring a host of additional questions.
Worlds continue to collide, as reality bleeds through into Wanda’s utopian dream, while a surprise cameo has potentially universe-changing effects.
WandaVision takes a break from Westview’s constructed reality to inject some MCU-style narrative drive
The latest instalment of MCU’s first foray into television propels the plot forward with some thrilling, intriguing moments that threaten to shatter Wanda’s perfect reality
WandaVision finds the most powerful Avenger in a most unexpected situation
New year, new…movies? Ah yes, that ancient saying. A new year heralds a whole new bucketful of content to discover and become engrossed by. Who knows what favourite films you may have discovered by the end of this year? There are infinite possibilities, and perhaps it’s not even on this list, but here are the…
A satirical, dark examination into the consequences of irresponsible power reveals that the true enemy is far more realistic than what first impressions suggest. Starring Karl Urban, Jack Quaid, Antony Starr, Erin Moriarty, Dominique McElligott, Jessie T. Usher, Laz Alonso, Chace Crawford, Tomer Kapon, Karen Fukuhara, Nathan Mitchell and Elisabeth Shue
Directly following the behemoth of Avengers: Endgame, Far From Home confronts the potential pitfalls head-on.
Film Review Comics | Marvel A twist in the tale makes this origin story different enough to be compelling.
In the wake of the tepid reaction to Dark Phoenix being released this month, it is fairly obvious that the movie franchise that undoubtedly paved the way for the hugely ambitious Marvel Cinematic Universe has reached an end, leaving on a whimper instead of a bang. I am a huge fan of the X-Men. I…
Dark Phoenix doesn’t do to superhero film what its comic-book adaptation did for its genre, but is a solid instalment to the franchise. Starring James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Jennifer Lawrence, Nicholas Hoult, Sophie Turner, Tye Sheridan, Alexandra Shipp and Jessica Chastain With all the Beatles-mania level of hype surrounding Avengers: Endgame smashing virtually every record…
Film Reviews Comics | Marvel | The Avengers Sure, Avengers: Endgame was the cinematic event of the modern age. No denying it. Spectacular visual effects, a mammoth main cast and closure over what has been a ludicrously epic journey so far. But does that mean that it was a flawless execution? Not necessarily. I know…
Film Reviews Comics | Marvel | The Avengers Avengers: Endgame succeeds not through its blockbuster action sequences, but its appeal is to be found in the quieter moments of exploration with these familiar characters. A story epic in its ambition and scale, we are unlikely to see a cinematic event of its calibre within this…
11 years, 22 films, 47 hours and 58 minutes later, we reach a satisfying conclusion to a story on an unprecedented epic scale. It is a movie franchise that the world has never seen, and will likely never experience again. After all, the ambition and the complexity of the shared universe we have seen created has seen many other franchises dead in the water for failing to capture the spark and unique formula that Marvel have adopted (cough, DCEU, cough). While essentially breaking the film economy by making any other film’s earnings pale in comparison, eyes are on Marvel to see how they tie up the franchise they have spend more than a decade giving life to. Once again, Marvel redefine what it means to be a superhero movie and how, even though we are talking about superpowers and cosmic forces, you can create a story that is rooted within human emotion.