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Avengers: Infinity War Official Trailer

Avengers: Infinity War Official Game Spot

Avengers: Infinity War Official IMAX Trailer


"Avengers: Infinity War is the House of Frankenstein of the MCU!!!" - Bryan Wolfman 3:16 Wolfe

Marvel has reached the epic climax of their 10 year long journey for the arrival of Thanos (Who has been sitting on his ass in that floating Lazy Boy chair watching Direct TV, and didn't do a damn thing for several of those films, everybody was talkin' all that smack about that big Purple California Raisin, well, he heard y'all and he said "After I'm done with these Avengers, Bitch you next!!!) Anyway, this is a well-made action packed thriller with a massive cast of all Marvel's beloved heroes. The most screen time is allotted to Iron Man, Doctor Strange, Black Panther, Thor, Vision, Scarlet Witch, and yes, Spider-Man. It is a large endeavor that turns out to be highly enjoyable.
The Russo Brothers directed Infinity War with surprising care to character development and intimate moments. We get entertaining interactions between the leads and supporting characters that are sure to please. The stakes are raised to intense heights with major deaths and actual consequences. The combat is well precisely choreographed. Commendations are in order for The Russo Brothers for adapting the most iconic moment in comic book history with....Hey, No Spoilers! Thanos is intimidating and works well as a villain. Infinity War is a highly well-made film!

The acting performances are particularly endearing from Robert Downey Jr., Benedict Cumberbatch, Chadwick Boseman, Chris Hemsworth, Paul Bettany, and Elizabeth Olsen. I really like Chris Evans as Captain America and Scarlett Johansson as Black Widow, but they are not given a lot to do relative to the aforementioned stars. The main star is of course Josh Brolin as Thanos. Brolin's massive stature and dramatic delivery bring the mad titan to life with terrifying realness. He adds an emotional depth to a character that could have easily been overdone, however, Thanos is monstrous. The cast is well executed for such an enormous ensemble. You get moments with every character, but there are certainly standouts.

Alan Silvestri's score is beautiful and memorable. The inspiring theme for The Avengers and the horrifying accompaniment to Thanos is epic. Silvestri delivers his greatest composing masterpiece yet. When you leave the theaters, the Infinity War's score will remain with you.

Overall, Avengers: Infinity War is an entertaining movie, not just by Marvel's standards. The acting is a few notches above the standard fare for Marvel's films. I think most audiences will enjoy all Infinity War has to offer. I went to the Thursday Night Premiere Screening in IMAX, and yes, my Black Panther Cosplay suit was a smash hit as well and the audience, Hell, I'm just gonna say it!!! AMC Veterans 24 in Tampa, Florida has the best audience when it comes to comic book films, and we cheered our asses off!!! I say this: Thank you Kevin Feige, Thank You Russo Brothers, and big thanks to the awesome cast and everyone involved in the movie. It was worth the long wait and the IMAX rocked which means I will be buying the Steelbook Edition with the 4K Ultra Blu-Ray, the IMAX 3D Blu-Ray, and the Standard Blu-Ray. Thank you Marvel Studios for giving us the awesome entertainment from the past 10 years and I'm sure you'll keep entertaining us in the future. Stan Lee Forever!!! High FULL PRICE!!!


Deadpool 2 Final Red Band Trailer

Deadpool 2 Red Band Trailer


The first Deadpool, released in 2016, was a gamble. No one had attempted to release an R-rated film adaptation of a major comic book character before. Star and producer Ryan Reynolds had championed the project for years, despite serious missteps in the character's portrayal in 2009's criminally bad X-Men Origins: Wolverine and flagging confidence from Fox after Reynolds' turn in the disastrous 2011 DC project, Green Lantern. The slim budget 20th Century Fox gave the project resulted in a lean script that had to rely on Deadpool's fourth wall-breaking snark to win over audiences.

But it worked. The film became the highest-grossing R-rated film of all time, as well as the highest-grossing film in the entire X-Men franchise. So now that Deadpool's a proven success, does the increased budget make Deadpool 2 a bigger, funnier version of the original? Well, it's bigger, anyway. Reynolds collaborated on the script with original screenwriters Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick to craft a story that's got plenty of room for jokes, but not a lot of heft otherwise.

Set in the months after the events of the first film, Deadpool 2 finds the Merc with a Mouth working contracts and coming home to one-true-love Vanessa (Morena Baccarin). After an unexpected turn of events, Deadpool finds himself interning with the X-Men under the leadership of steel-skinned Colossus (Stefan Kapicic), whose strict no-killing policy strikes Deadpool as short-sighted. Enter Cable (Josh Brolin): a time-traveling mutant from the future out to exact pre-emptive revenge on Russell Collins (Julian Dennison, Hunt for the Wilderpeople), a mutant teenager who – according to Cable – grows up to be a terrifying assassin.

In order to protect Russell – for reasons that don't go much deeper than "spite" – Deadpool assembles X-Force, a new team of mutants that includes film highlight Zazie Beetz (Atlanta) as the super-lucky Domino and returning scene-stealer from the first film, Negasonic Teenage Warhead (Brianna Hildebrand) – unfortunately completely underused in this sequel. The roster is rounded out by strongman Bedlam (Terry Crews), the sword-slinging Shatterstar (Lewis Tan), acid-spitting Zeitgeist (Bill Skarsgård), the mostly invisible Vanisher, and the powerless Peter (Rob Delaney), but each of those members are only really used for a gag or two before being mostly forgotten. Brolin brings an impressive amount of dedication to the role of Cable, a fan-favorite character from the oft-maligned '90s-era comics, whose convoluted backstory (it involves a lot of time travel and cloning) is wisely ignored in favor of a simple revenge story. Sadly, the script doesn't give Brolin nearly as much breathing room to create a living, breathing character as he had for his lauded depiction of Thanos in the recent Avengers: Infinity War. Cable is instead routinely set up as the straight man against whom Deadpool unleashes one-liner after one-liner.

And that brings us to the comedy. Deadpool 2 is funny. Maybe not quite as funny as the first film, but the barrage of jokes – some obscured because the audience was still laughing at the last one – should stand up to multiple viewings. One repeated trope – Deadpool breaking the fourth wall to point out action-movie clichés like foreshadowing and big fight scenes ¬ would have fewer diminishing returns if those clichés had been subverted somehow. As it is, we have a character telegraphing the script's moves to the audience and then following through with those predictions, which doesn't really count as a joke after the third or fourth time.

In a way, Deadpool 2 would be the perfect send-off for 20th Century Fox's years of spotty adaptations of Marvel's mutant characters. When it works, it's pure popcorn-movie summer excitement. And when it doesn't, it reminds you how desperately this franchise needs new ideas. (And Deadpool riffs on the Avengers franchise so much in this film, it's clear that Reynolds would like nothing more than to start making his jokes within the MCU.) Here's hoping the grass really is greener on the other side of that proposed Disney-Fox merger. FULL PRICE rating!!!


Solo A Star Wars Story Official Trailer 2

Solo: A Star Wars Story IMAX® Trailer


Everything I could want from a Star Wars prequel along with some new twists to the Solo storyline! I had my doubts about Ehrenreich as Han, not because he’s no Harrison Ford (Even though, Ford did put his stamp of approval on the young actor) but because he's a newcomer actor, but he did a marvelous job. Definitely nailed the snark and cockiness of the character perfectly.

Donald Glover as Lando was spot on, though I kinda wish there was more of him. But his sidekick L3 really stole a lot of their scenes! (Side note: Every new Star Wars film has a sassier droid than the last!) Woody Harrelson's character Beckett probably had the best story arc throughout the film and really played off of Han very well. His character established a lot of why Solo is the way he is and I greatly appreciated that.

But for me the best thing about the film was it being so damn Star Wars-y! Ever scene felt like it was oozing with lore and world building, something The Last Jedi failed in a lot. And for much of the film I had a big, cheesy grin on my face from all the well executed action mixed with humor that the series is known for. And that one cameo towards the end was so enticing!!!

These 'stories' go a long way in allowing directors and writers to have freedom and have fun with the IP. The main chapters always seem to paint themselves into a corner while these stand alone stories are allowed to try new things and see where they lead. Go see this. Talk about this, I personally don’t understand the hate for this movie, I just wish it was released in December, other than that, I had a good time with this film, by the way, you really don’t need the 3D for this! I give this a Low FULL PRICE rating!!!

You know, I’ve been reading all these mixed reviews on SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY, is it a perfect movie? No! Is it a fun movie? Yes! I was reading one review where it said “Disney destroyed my childhood, now they own Star Wars!” Let’s think about this for a moment: George Lucas finally got the resources to go back and fix his 1977 masterpiece and the fans hated him for it, now I’ll have to admit, I do agree with the “Han Shot First” scene, I honestly would’ve left it as is, however, those are his creations, if he wants to go back and fix his films and make them better or worse, then that’s his business, but I’m not going to go on social media and bash the man for making changes to his films! People can be Punk-Ass Bitches half of the time when it comes to Star Wars, and I’m probably going to get a lot a hate for this and I don’t give a rat’s ass but it was the fans that made George Lucas retire and he pretty much sold Lucasfilm to Disney for a butt load of money and he did keep the merchandising rights (Smart man right there). He gave us THX for goodness sake among other things.  All I’m saying is don’t blame George Lucas!


UPGRADE: Red Band Trailer


Upgrade is RoboCop meets John Wick meets Big Hero 6; a mash-up we never knew we wanted but should be glad we got.

It hearkens back to a time when filmmakers made movies that were fun, dark and thoughtful all at the same time. An age-old fable about the relationship between humans and developing technology, it posits that maybe the tech itself isn't to be feared, but the power technology can give to those who wield it should be.

Set in the near future, a man loses his wife and his limbs all in one night after their self-driving car malfunctions, leaving them to the mercy of a group of non-feeling muggers. He opts for an experimental surgery that places a powerful chip in his body that allows him to gain back full "control" over his faculties. Quickly, the implanted chip, Stem (think a dark, disembodied Baymax), begins to assert more power than expected, dramatically and thematically capturing how trauma can split is into two different people.

It's like a RoboCop 2.0, with Marshall-Green fully realizing the physicality of his character, even if his more nuanced vocal and emotional delivery are lacking (ala Schwarzenegger or Van-Damme). There's some slight inconsistencies in the coolness of the tech and in its thoughts on hyper-violence. Fortunately, the action is strong and clear, shot with a kinetic insanity that's as brutal as it is awesome. Like a tech-based John Wick, it couches the action and brains within some fantastic world-building. It's a fully lived-in future; familiar, punctuated with notes of otherworldly futurism.

It’s definitely a LOW MATINEE Rating!!!


Incredibles 2 IMAX® Teaser


I cannot believe it has been 14 years since The Incredibles came out. The gap between sequels seems to be getting longer, but the director, Brad Bird, said he wanted to wait until he had the perfect story. There's even a clip before the film starts where actors, Craig T. Nelson, Samuel L. Jackson, and Holly Hunter tell us it will be "well worth the wait"--and they were right!

Though 14 years later, the film takes place minutes later. The first film ends with the Parr family having to fight the Miner who pops up out of the school parking lot, just after Violet gets a date with Tony. The sequel starts with that fight and we see how it backfires as the Parr family get arrested for destroying part of the city and because superheroes are still illegal.  Enter our new characters, siblings Winston and Evelyn Deaver, who both want to help superheroes step back into the light, but they believe the way to do that is with Elastigirl. Therefore, our sequel twist is that Mr. Incredible becomes a stay-at-home dad having to babysit Jack-Jack and learning of his dozens of powers, teaching Dash "new math", and inserting his foot into his mouth when he tries to help Violet with her crush--all while Elastigirl is improving superhero relations.

Personally, I thought the movie was predictable but perfect. I loved it for its simplistic plot that was not hard to figure out. I knew right away who the "villain" was and what their motivation was; however, I did not know exactly how the climax would occur, so I was still very much engaged. Not to mention there was enough character development and funny scenes to space out the predictable plot arch.

Often times animated films are more for the adults who are taking the kids, then for the kids themselves. Most kids will not understand half the references, but will still enjoy the overall concept. At the same time, this film comes out when the kids who saw the first are now adults, possibly with kids of their own. Therefore, this film is a great blend of adult and child humor. I found it hilarious, and as a teacher, I particularly loved when Mr. Incredible stays up all night reading Dash's "new math" textbook so he can teach him new math, which was what it was called in the 60s (the time period this film alludes to) and is a shout out to our modern common core confusion.

What I really love about this film is that there is even more Frozone and Jack-Jack, which brings me to my all-time favorite scenes--learning of Jack-Jack's powers, particularly when Violet and Dash call Uncle Frozone over because their dad is going insane from sleep-deprivation and trying to keep up with Jack-Jack. I lost track of how many powers he has and all I will say on the matter is that the best scene in the whole film is when Jack-Jack fights the raccoon. If you want a light-hearted comedy with some fun action sequences then this film is for you. If you loved the first one then you will love the second one. If you have not seen the first one, what's wrong with you? High FULL PRICE rating!!!


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Ant-Man andthe Wasp IMAX Trailer 2

Ant-Man and the Wasp Official Trailer


Funnier, more action packed and entertaining than its predecessor, Ant-Man and The Wasp is a sequel that raised the stakes of its 2015 predecessor while expanding the story in all the right places. Three years after the first film and two years after Captain America: Civil War, Scott Lang is now a responsible father but is forced to stay on house arrest after helping Captain America fight Iron Man and the other faction of the Avengers during the Accords. He's suddenly forced to go back into becoming Ant-Man once again this time with the help of Hope Pym as the Wasp in order to save Hank's wife and Hope's long lost mother in the quantum realm, while they are being chased by Ava, who goes by the name of Ghost and is in a desperate situation to save her own skin and is slowly about to disintegrate. I just finished watching this film with my mom and I love every single moment of it. I not only enjoyed it over the first Ant-Man film but also it is better than Avengers Infinity War. If Avengers Infinity War broke our hearts, left us in tears and made us feel shattered. Ant-Man and The Wasp lighten our moods from start to finish. It’s great to see how the Marvel Cinematic Universe does a good job to balance the light and dark side of comics; from what I can tell, Ant-Man And The Wasp made us feel the joy and humor go back at us after Infinity War left us in tears.

This explains why I prefer Marvel over DC always. It’s nice to see what was going on with Ant-Man before Thanos vaporized half of humanity with just a snap of his finger and it answers the questions of his fate on why he did not show up in Infinity War but will appear in the upcoming follow-up next year. This movie does a job in explaining how sequels works and it is one of Marvel's best efforts since Black Panther, Captain America: The Winter Soldier and Civil War along with Spider-Man Homecoming. One of the film's highlights is its humor, which all the Marvel films are known for, in this sequel the humor is funnier than last time. There are loads of funny jokes that will make you laugh and are fun to listen to while trying not to over use it always in key scenes where important details are explained. The story is such a huge game changer from its predecessor. The CGI effects are just as fun as the action scenes. Meeting the returning characters is great and they are even more fun than before while also introducing new ones who are just as likable as the main characters and lastly, the film's true highlights are the characters of Luiz and Ava also known as Ghost. What this sequel did is that the filmmakers made him funnier than before and his role is bigger than in the last film not only in terms of his hilarious storytelling moments which the first film is known for but also how he plays a huge part on the heroes' quest.

 On the other hand, Ava or Ghost is one of Marvel's best villains in the Phase Three films since Eric Killmonger from Black Panther, Adrian Toomes or The Vulture from Spider-Man: Homecoming and Helmut Zemo from Captain America: Civil War. What Marvel did here with their villain is that they made her not as a threatening type, but a more desperate type who has motivations for her actions and why she's doing it combined with a tragic backstory plus she's well portrayed by a talented and gorgeous actress at the same time. The acting is so spot on this time, it’s good to see the returning cast like Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lily as the titular heroes. It’s also good to see Michael Douglas as Hank Pym and I'm surprised that his role is bigger here than in the previous film. The new cast like Michelle Pfeiffer and Laurence Fishburne as Janet Van Dyne and Goliath (Reference to Black Goliath) are both talented respectively. But the one who steals the show the most are Michael Pena as Luiz.

Michael Pena is funnier and believable in the best way here as he becomes the funniest character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe since Turk Barrett from the Marvel Netflix shows. Director and Writer Peyton Reed did a good job with his work on this movie and he actually did a much better job here by doubling the execution of this film from its predecessor, he really set Marvel's bar to the highest level that is a huge step from the previous films thanks to how he understands the formula of the Marvel movies, we get a sequel that expands everything in the best way.

Overall Ant-Man and The Wasp is an entertaining game changer that does a great job in making improvements from its 2015 predecessor while also keeping Marvel's bar to the top and acts as another fun entry in the long running Marvel Cinematic Universe. This movie gets a FULL PRICE rating!!! Now I want to see what happens next to our favorite heroes in the upcoming Avengers sequel.


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