Luke Cage Season 2 Review
Luke Cage’s second season begins with Cage hailed as a hero and celebrity of Harlem. A great weight was lifted when Luke’s name was cleared, but now he faces a new threat while also dealing with the disdain he has for his father who wants to reconcile.
Misty Knight‘s plight focuses on her crushed psyche caused be the loss of her arm in The Defenders and the fallout of being Rafael Scarfe’s partner in Luke Cage season 1. Simone Missick delivers another great performance. The late Reg E. Cathey portrays Luke’s father (James Lucas). He has wonderful chemistry with Mike Colter (Luke Cage) and the deep emotional moments between them help explain why Cage is off his game. Read more…
Avengers: Infinity War Review
If people aren’t calling your ideas insane, then perhaps your ideas aren’t good enough.
What began as an optimistic idea in 2008 with the first Iron Man movie, has now changed how comic book movies are made and judged in the future. Hollywood snobs hate to admit this, but Avengers: Infinity War is part 1 of an extremely well written saga that has been successfully built up for a decade. The beginning of a superb payoff for fans who have seen the 18 movies prior to this film. Read more…
VENOM – Official Trailer That Actually Shows Venom
After receiving a plethora of ridicule for not actually showing Venom in their first trailer, Sony has finally given true fans what they asked for. Despite some cheesy dialogue and Tom Hardy having a Mike Tyson type vernacular, the trailer has my interest.
I’m still wondering if Spider-Man Read more…