This week, we are discussing the Academy Award nominated Logan. This is a spoiler-filled episode, as we run down the plot points of the movie and our opinions on them. However, before doing that, we run through our impressions on the Venom, Deadpool 2, and Ant-Man and the Wasp trailers.
Casey and Scotty join me this week, and we are discussing everything in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. There are spoilers galore, starting at the 9:00 mark. So, if you want to know some overall thoughts and where we think it stands with other Star Wars movies, you are safe for the first 9 minutes. Past that, we are discussing everything in the movie. You’ve been warned.
J. R. is flying solo for most of this episode, so you get some of his opinions on the Avengers: Infinity War trailer, Brian Michael Bendis leaving Marvel to go to DC, and Doomsday Clock #1. Jacob drops by for a Better Know an X-Man, featuring Thunderbird 3. Then J. R. wraps up by summarizing the first Fables story, “Legends in Exile.”
The Dark Knight becomes the Dark Samurai? Watch the trailer above, and I’ll try to expound on it, after the break.
This week, Anthony and Scotty join J. R. to discuss their experiences playing the table top games Rayguns & Rocketships and Betrayal at Baulder’s Gate. There are also a spoiler filled discussion regarding Justice League and Murder On the Orient Express.
Let me start by saying that I may be one of the few people that enjoyed Thor: The Dark World. No, I do not think it is a very good movie, but I liked the interplay between Thor and Loki. The supporting characters, like Jane and Darcy, were fun to have around. The movies had a message about improving yourself and being worthy of the great honor that has been handed down to you. And they were not bad movies. Both Thor and Thor: The Dark World were positively reviewed. But, Marvel decided to director Taika Waititi and writers Eric Pearson, Craig Kyle and Chris Yost change things up with Thor: Ragnarok. While I did enjoy the movie, I am not completely on board with all the changes. Major spoilers below. (more…)
Some minor and mild spoilers below.
I watched this movie as a fan. I’m by no means a comic book historian or expert; I’m only read maybe 20 issues of anything. I know most of the back stories of the major protagonists and a little bit of Steppenwolf’s history. So, you won’t see any grumbling about how this character wasn’t like the books or how Steppenwolf was apparently different from his comic incarnation. I watched the movie as a fan.
What I watched was a very entertaining, pretty good movie.
For the rest of the review, go to my page, HERE.