Tag: Marvel

Timelines: Marvel Cinematic Universe (Feature-Length Films Only)

Timelines: Marvel Cinematic Universe (Feature-Length Films Only)

The Marvel Cinematic Universe, in my opinion, is completely overrated and one-dimensional, but for those who adore it, disagree. The universe consists of films and television shows. Here are the films in this particular order. 1. Captain America: The First Avenger (2011) 2. Captain Marvel (2019) 3. Iron Man (2008) 4. Iron Man 2 (2010) … Continue reading Timelines: Marvel Cinematic Universe (Feature-Length Films Only)

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Top Ten: Comic Book Films That Should Have Been R-Rated

Top Ten: Comic Book Films That Should Have Been R-Rated

Since the releases of Logan (2017), Watchmen (2009) and the Blade trilogy (1998-2004), intense and angsty comic book films are on the rise. However, some of the ones that are rated PG-13 don't really fit the rating due to the subject matter. In this case, the MPAA can be unreliable. 10. Swamp Thing (1982): The … Continue reading Top Ten: Comic Book Films That Should Have Been R-Rated

Top Ten: Why Cinematic Universes Hurt Film Opportunities

Top Ten: Why Cinematic Universes Hurt Film Opportunities

I love dozens of films since I came to this world, but by 2019, the Cinematic Universe trend must end. However, I do like some films that fall in the trend like Guardians of the Galaxy (2014), Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition (2016) or Suicide Squad (2016) for their originality. 10. Makes Things Less Standalone: … Continue reading Top Ten: Why Cinematic Universes Hurt Film Opportunities

Christian Frates v. Marvel Comics

Christian Frates v. Marvel Comics

I had a great day until I saw that Avengers: Infinity War was trending on the internet. I was crying once I realized it. One of my special interests have different comic book characters shown in an angsty, intelligent and bright depiction while the Marvel Cinematic Universe obviously tones it down with tons of toddler … Continue reading Christian Frates v. Marvel Comics

Timeless Classics: Iron Man 3

Timeless Classics: Iron Man 3

The Tony Stark standalone arc came to a great conclusion with Iron Man 3 (2013). Now suffering for PTSD after the events of The Avengers (2012), Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.) has been questioning his state of mind until the rise of the Mandarin (Ben Kingsley). Tony Stark is shown wearing Mark 42 throughout most … Continue reading Timeless Classics: Iron Man 3