Ten years of Marvel superheroism culminates in a battle for the universe itself. Exhausting, bitterly humorous, and gripped in a stunning finality, it’s almost too much to take in, yet somehow not enough.
Tough, unanswerable human questions frame spectacular, innovative action sequences that are like superhero ballets. This series just keeps getting better.
Now with winners indicated.
With multiple women who are competent professionals defined by their work first, this is a great example of good female representation in a man’s story. [This post is not behind the paywall.]
Suffers badly by comparison with the cogent, witty Avengers flicks. This feels like a campy Saturday-morning cartoon left over from the 1970s.
It’s fascinating what IMDb users feel is urgent to inform other movie fans about, isn’t it?
If you could add one thing to Steve’s list that he absolutely must catch up with in order to be considered a with-it 2010s kind of guy, what would it be?
Stuns me with its scathing commentary on the real world today, wrapped up in what is some of the most delicious, most comic-booky fantasy ever.
For an excellent illustration of how The Smurfette Principle guides filmmaking, one need only look at the posters used to sell movies.
It cannot be good for property values to be anywhere in the same metropolitan area as these heroes.