Archive for October 31, 2017
When a new Thor movie is released, some of us have to admit that what we’re really excited about is seeing his brother, Loki, in action.
Loki is the anti-Thor; where Thor is in your face with his might and audacity, Loki is behind the scenes with his cunning and brilliance – a Slytherin to his adoptive brother’s Gryffindor. He’s the brains against Thor’s brawn, the dark and brooding to his brother’s blond boldness, the Scar to Thor’s Mufasa. While Thor provides the meat and potatoes to the story, Loki is often the subtle seasoning that makes the whole thing so delicious.
Whether or not Loki will get his own movie one ...
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The first image from Steven Spielberg’s The Post has hit the web and highlights the incredible cast he’s assembled for the true story. Spielberg is one of the most prolific directors in the business and has built his storied career by doing blockbusters, dramas, and everything else in between. His two most recent directorial efforts are a perfect sample of his filmography thanks to his political drama Bridge of Spies and big CGI fantasy flick The BFG. Next up for Spielberg however, he’ll be diving back into drama with a story that is extremely topical.
With the show’s “All Out War“ storyline going into full-swing, The Walking Dead on Sunday night continued to trend in the wrong direction ratings-wise, sinking to its lowest numbers since season 2. Sagging ratings have been an issue for the show going back to season 7, when a series of controversial story decisions and a lack of satisfying character interaction seemed to turn off a lot of long-time fans.
Sunday night’s episode was mostly dominated by action, again. A group of Alexandrians led by Aaron executed an assault on Negan’s sanctuary, getting involved in a protracted (and very loud) gun battle with ...
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The Gifted is almost halfway through its first season, and things are looking good for FOX’s latest X-Men TV series. While it’s not receiving the same level of critical acclaim as Legion, The Gifted has definitely built up a solid fanbase who are thrilled to see more mutants on screen.
The Gifted follows a family after they discover their children are mutants and end up on the run from the Sentinel Services; a government organization dedicated to tracking down ‘dangerous’ mutants and bringing them in. The family is helped by the Mutant Underground, turning their personal story into a way to tell the larger story of the Mutants vs. Sentinels.
These Sentinels, however, ...
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