Avengers: Infinity War – Yay or nay?

Avengers: Infinity War – Yay or nay?

These days, under the big effect of Infinity War, our mind throws back to a legendary interview of David Simon – founder of The Wire on the new released movie at that time, summer 2012, The Avengers. In the interview, he indicated that “They don’t know what we’re building,” and then, for him, the meaning is somehow based on the structure with “…a beginning, a middle and an end.” And now, the battle is not…

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Avengers: Infinity War – the war coming to an end

Avengers: Infinity War – the war coming to an end

Take a look back and see what we have already achieved: during 10 years with 18 movies and 10 Academy Award nominations. But what we have left, also, with those statistics is 6 Infinity Stones – the reason for the last episode of an epic era. Those 6 gems in the galaxy is the reason for a Mad Titan to take control with his desire: re-balance the world. Directed by Anthony & Joe Russo, Infinity…

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The last but not the least – Avengers: Infinity War

The last but not the least – Avengers: Infinity War

The Marvel is reputed for its abundant source of origin stories that build the basement of its famous combat saga like Civil War, a Ragnarok, an Age of Ultron and other blockbusters. However, until this one, Avengers: Infinity War does make a break-through in the plot as well as the cast, giving MCU the best shot of all. So far, we have never ever imagined such a strong unity gathering all in one chapter (well,…

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SPOILER – FREE: Summary of critics on Avengers: Infinity War

SPOILER – FREE: Summary of critics on Avengers: Infinity War

Right after Avengers: Infinity War onscreen, we can immediately look for online reviews. During more than 2 hours, the devotion of 10-year work and creativity has partially been summed up to serve the audiences. This is like the ending chapter (part 1) for 18 previous small stories made by MCU. Since this is the most expected blockbuster of the year, the majority of reviews are positive. Infinity War presently has a Rotten Tomatoes score of…

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Avengers: Infinity War – the united squad in nearly 3 hours

Avengers: Infinity War – the united squad in nearly 3 hours

We can say, the new released chapter of Avengers: Infinity War is an eccentric movie with special action sequences, effects and sound performance during more than 120 minutes. Besides its main idea, as always, the battle to save the human being, this chapter gives each superhero of MCU a chance to shine bright like a diamond. The movie is divided into two aspects: the dramas and the character twists. Surprisingly, this feature has the 2nd…

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Avengers: Infinity War – the tragic start of a new era

Avengers: Infinity War – the tragic start of a new era

Until this chapter, the near-the-end feature of the Avengers named Infinity War, we observe the appearance of Thanos – the big twist of intrigue during the seek of infinity stones, or else, the seek of endless power of the universe. Under the popular vibe of Avengers: Infinity War, many of spoilers take advantage and obviously, the MCU’s fans would be depressed. I won’t go in the detail too deeply but I can give you guys…

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Black Panther: What Kind Of Weapon Would You Choose? (Part 1)

Black Panther: What Kind Of Weapon Would You Choose? (Part 1)

Black Panther Movie: Weapons are metaphors. We use them in figures of speech (the pen is mightier than the sword) and as figures of speech (stick to your guns). The weapon-as-metaphor suffuses contemporary culture but it is perhaps nowhere more present than in the Marvel Universe. Thor’s boomerang hammer, Spider-Man’s sticky tech—they’re ripe with symbolism. In Black Panther, the MCU series’ new blockbuster flick, Ulysses Klaue, a South African arms dealer unzips his pants in the midst of a South…

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Black Panther Review: A thrilling, Afrofuturist superhero film

Black Panther Review: A thrilling, Afrofuturist superhero film

Black Panther Movie Review: Ryan Coogler’s astounding movie diverges from one tradition while honoring another, in the process becoming a uniquely poignant, political entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The latest big-screen superhero spectacle, Black Panther, from director Ryan Coogler and co-screenwriter Joe Robert Cole, begins with a history lesson. A colourful animated sequence unravels the origins of the fictional African nation of Wakanda, as told by a father to his son. Wakanda, the home of our…

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Black Panther offers us an actual hero

Black Panther offers us an actual hero

Black Panther movie offers us an actual hero Secret identities have been a staple of superherodom since Superman first slapped on a pair of glasses and called himself Clark. But a whole country in disguise? Welcome to Wakanda, a third-world nation that boasts—well, basically nothing. Sure, it’s picturesque in its own way. And maybe it had a bit of vibranium—that super-rare, super-durable metal that makes up Captain America’s shield—back in the day. But Wakanda didn’t have enough…

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We Do Not Deserve The Black Panther! (Part 2)

We Do Not Deserve The Black Panther! (Part 2)

Let’s continue what we’ve left of in the previous review of Black Panther, shall we? By saying that Killmonger’s black life does not matter, I don’t mean it is not hyperbole. In a macabre scene meant to be touching, Black Panther carries Killmonger to a plateau so that he might see the sun set on Wakanda before dying. With a spear stuck in his chest, he completes his wish to embrace the splendor his father…

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Black Panther Review: The wise build bridges, indeed.

Black Panther Review: The wise build bridges, indeed.

Last week, I blasted the identity-politics-mongering cultural Left for driving a wedge between black Americans and white Americans coming together to participate in the cultural milestone that is “Black Panther” this weekend. I particularly rebuked their fanatical, destructive politicization of the film, and how it will only divide people during a time of unity. Their anti-social worldview became so toxic that The New York Times enlisted a professor to caution white Americans against having their children dress up as “Black Panther”…

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Black Panther is an anthem of female empowerment!

Black Panther is an anthem of female empowerment!

Black Panther is an anthem of female empowerment! My first experiences witnessing black women in movie are not that great. As a seven-year-old black girl, I’m watching Whoopi Goldberg in Sister Act. She is a lounge singer on the run, moonlighting as a sister in a convent. She is helping a group of tone-deaf white women become their best selves. I am delighted. Perhaps one day, I can also teach a group of aged white nuns…

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‘Black Panther’ is the King, but bad one Killmonger just took over the villain throne

‘Black Panther’ is the King, but bad one Killmonger just took over the villain throne

‘Black Panther‘ is the King, but bad one Killmonger just took over the villain throne Erik Killmonger’s time on the kingdom of Wakandan reign was short-lived, but he is now the undisputed ruler of Marvel Cinematic Universe viallains. There’s Killmonger, and then there’s everybody else. There was a time when debating the greatest Marvel Cinematic Universe villain of all time before “Avengers: Infinity War” theatrical debut would have seemed pointless. Let’s call that time by…

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BLACK PANTHER’S 8 BIGGEST UNEXPLAINED QUESTIONS

BLACK PANTHER’S 8 BIGGEST UNEXPLAINED QUESTIONS

While we adore Marvel’s latest action flick, Black Panther, that doesn’t mean we still don’t have some hot questions about what happened in it. Here are the eight biggest WTF questions we had after watching T’Challa’s long-awaited solo film, starting with … Is T’Challa the Last of the Black Panthers Now? Killmonger had the Heart-Shaped Herb destroyed. So does that equal that Black Panther line of succession concludes with T’Challa? That no one else can ever…

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Black Panther Review: Marvel wins a big time with this amazing hit!s

Black Panther Review: Marvel wins a big time with this amazing hit!s

No doubt about it – Black Panther is fun: it’s got all the grand VFX razzmatazz of a Marvel movie, enjoyable characters, a giant scale fit for the big screen, but more importantly, a villain who is relatable and memorable. And it looks like Marvel has finally begun to let their films have the voice of the director because this is more a Ryan Coogler movie than a studio mandated product. We were introduced to the titular…

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