In the realm of horror many series have come to define the genre. In the early 2000’s one such franchise was that of Saw which brought the concept of gruesome torture to the big screen. Saw became a major franchise with nine films to its name. The previous entry, Jigsaw, was meant to be a […]
Out of the superheroes out there I have always been a fan of Marvel’s iconic web slinger Spider-Man. From his quips to his relatability the Wall Crawler has been a cherished character to me in not just comic books, but pop culture as well. In the case of movies Spider-Man has had his share of hits and misses, but each entry in the franchise has brought something to the table; even Spider-Man 3 has something to offer, though its contributions comes in small doses. Recently Spider-Man has swung into a much bigger world since joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It began with the character appearing in Captain America: Civil War, followed by the Web Slinger’s own adventure,Spider-Man: Homecoming, and then the hero found himself in the massive blockbuster Avengers: Infinity War. Now the Webhead finds himself on a global adventure in Spider-Man: Far From Home. Directed by Jon Watts (the director of Homecoming) Far From Home is not only the next chapter for Spider-Man but is also the last part in Marvel’s Phase 3 ;which brings the Infinity Saga to a close. Despite my previous statement I have been apprehensive about this sequel as, not only am I just tired of the MCU, I have found Spider-Man’s direction in the shared universe to be problematic. So I was concerned going into this superhero movie, but after seeing it I found myself quite satisfied with Spider-Man: Far From Home
At this point heralding the accomplishments of Marvel Studios would just be unnecessary. With the movie studio finding success with the Avengers, the Guardians of the Galaxy and a perefula of other heroes, the implications that the Marvel Cinematic Universe has had in the movie world truly goes without saying. However the franchise is reaching an impasse as Avengers: Endgame looms on the horizon. To get to this conclusion the MCU has bridged off into two different movies with the first being Ant-Man and the Wasp (which came out last summer) and the other being the film in question: Captain Marvel. Directed by the team of Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck, Captain Marvel is not only the studio’s first superheroine film but the movie has also been marketed as a major point in the MCU as it serves as a prequel to many of the previous entries. Needless to say there is plenty riding on Captain Marvel and with the franchise’s track record one cannot help but wonder: what could possibly go wrong? Well after seeing the film I would have to say plenty because this superheroine film was anything but marvelous.