Continuing on with a ranking of the Marvel Cinematic Universe from bottom to top. Here’s 16-11.
We’re closing in on the culmination of everything the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been leading up to since it started in 2008. Because “Avengers: Endgame” is right around the corner, here’s a look back at the rest of the MCU, ranked from bottom to top.
In continuing my look back at the Marvel Cinematic Universe, I wanted to throw together a ranking of the powers shown by the heroes, from my own perspective. Like my other lists, this one is just for fun, so it’s not serious and it isn’t a ranking of who’s stronger. Just my own thoughts on what I like better.
In honor of the final “Avengers” of this era, I’m taking a fun look back at the Marvel Cinematic Universe. In this piece, I’m looking at the weapons used by Marvel characters since the series’ start in 2008.
I’m counting down the days to “Avengers Endgame” and in the lead-up, ranking a few things about the series. So, here’s a look at my thoughts on the various uniforms worn by both the Avengers, the Guardians of the Galaxy, and a couple others.
Director M. Night Shyamalan’s “Glass” releases to theaters this week, marking the conclusion of the trilogy which began with “Unbreakable” in 2000 and continued with 2016’s “Split.”
With another trilogy set to be wrapped up soon, I figured it was a good time to take a look at some of my favorite three-movie franchises. Small disclaimer, film is subjective and art can be difficult to quantify in numbers and data. With that in mind, this top 10 is more a way to organize these trilogies and less a matter of fact.
The new year is here and with 2018 wrapped up, it’s time to take a look back at the best filmmakers had to offer the last 12 months.
Before getting into my top 10, though, here are some honorable mentions that didn’t make the cut.
- Beautiful Boy
- Incredibles 2
- Black Panther
- Sicario: Day of the Soldado
- Boy Erased
- On the Basis of Sex
- At Eternity’s Gate
- First Man
Like all years, Hollywood gives audiences movies that are good, OK and just downright bad. Here’s my take on the latter for the past year.
First up, here are few that didn’t make the cut:
- Fantastic Beasts Crimes of Grindelwald
- Super Troopers 2
- The Nun
- Jurassic Park: Fallen Kingdom
Updated after the most recent “Jurassic” movie.
The fifth film in the “Jurassic” series is now come out and while the franchise doesn’t include as many entries as some of the others out there, with some having released more than 10, it’s still made some major impacts in the industry.
For example, “Jurassic Park” is still regarded as one of the best blockbusters of all time and “Jurassic World” smashed the box office.
With that in mind, I figured I could take a look back at the “Jurassic” films and rank them, even if the list will be fairly predictable.
Just a note, the list will be from worst to best.
It’s the weekend of Han Solo! Tomorrow (or tonight if you’re seeing the early screenings), “Solo: A Star Wars Story” will hit theaters with Alden Ehrenreich portraying a younger version of the iconic character.
As interesting as that film should be, though, this also seems like a good opportunity to take a look back on some of the best scenes with Solo, as portrayed by Harrison Ford.