Avengers: Infinity War is an ambitious film that not only feels appropriately epic but meaningful, setting the stage for Avengers 4’s grand finale.
In Black Panther, writer/director Ryan Coogler introduces Wakanda to the world at large with an empowering movie that is bold and unabashed in its blackness.
Thor: Ragnarok is an irreverent and downright silly adventure, with jokes and gags and bits being played out from beginning to end.
Spider-Man: Homecoming is a fun comic book adventure, a hilarious and awkward high school comedy, and an interesting experiment for sharing characters and building continuity.
Doctor Strange is better than most, featuring unique abilities and stunning visuals, but it’s not quite as good as what we’ve come to expect of the MCU.
The future of the MCU looks very bright in the hands of the Russos, with Captain America: Civil War setting a new blueprint for the superhero films that follow.
Coming after the last half-dozen Marvel Studios efforts full of explosive events and potentially world-ending catastrophes, Ant-Man is a welcome palette cleanser that makes the most of its smaller scale. Not since Iron Man has Marvel released a movie this accessible, with a (relatively) light and breezy tone as likely to appeal to kids as […]
‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ proves a worthy successor to ‘The Avengers,’ no matter how sprawling and convoluted the Marvel Cinemative Universe has become.