And there came a movie unlike any other when The Avengers came to big screen. Throughout the years Earth’s Mightiest Heroes have graced the silver screen with their various adventures and their massive team ups. However after 21 movies the Marvel Cinematic Universe brings the Infinity Saga to a close with Avengers: Endgame. Directed by the Russo brothers, Endgame continues the events of Infinity War with the Avengers heading into one final clash with Thanos (Josh Brolin) and the Infinity Stones. With a year of build up and culminating a decade of storytelling, the stakes for this finale were at all time high. So when dust settled on Avengers: Endgame I did not find myself in complete awe, but I was satisfied with this conclusion.
You can never go wrong with a good mystery. The concepts of criminal acts and dark secrets have managed to enthrall in a variety of mediums. In the case of movies criminal acts can play a vital role in a multitude genres; whether it is a murder mystery or a heist film. This is evident in the latest thriller hitting the big screen: Bad Times at the El Royale. Directed and written by Drew Goddard Bad Time at the El Royale takes the concept of strangers in untimely circumstances and brings a sense of style to the idea- which was definitely apparent in the film’s trailers. That was all the more reason for me to check out this new crime thriller. So on a cloudy night I checked out this mysterious movie, and what a great time Bad Time at the El Royale ended up being.