Tonight we get the return of Ward who now has Agent 33 has a companion and we find out what exactly is the real SHIELD and more. 1,132 more words
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Ryan Gosling’s directorial debut, Lost River, is a deeply maddening film. It really is. It’s maddening because its style promises a more intriguing film than the one it eventually delivers, because there’s such a clarity of purpose that its failings are all the more pronounced, because there’s so much talent on hand, wholly committed to the material, for a film that doesn’t know what it wants to be and never decides, instead opting to synthesize all of its many influences into one strange, unwieldy beast of a quasi-fairytale. 893 more words
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“One of Us” – Cal seeks revenge on Coulson by assembling a team of Super Villains to destroy S.H.I.E.L.D. Meanwhile, May calls on renowned Dr. Andrew Garner (Blair Underwood), her charismatic ex-husband, with a crisis that threatens to tear the team apart, on “Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.,” Tuesday, March 17 (9:00-10:00 p.m., ET) on the ABC Television Network.
Behold, the return of Lady Sif! I would be lying if I said I hadn’t been looking forward to Jaimie Alexander’s guest arc, especially since it was promised she would be a little different this time around: not quite Warrior!Lady Sif, but rather, Confused!Lady Sif, who makes her presence known early on by assaulting a few random beach-goers in Portugal. 1,861 more words
Now that’s how you do a mid-season premiere.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. hit the ground running in the first of what will be an uninterrupted run of episodes for the back half of the season, diving into the aftermath of Skye’s transformation and Tripp’s death. 1,962 more words
After about 3 months off Agents of SHIELD returns pretty much where we left off. But we open up in 1983 and we see a young boy teleporting around in a room. 1,284 more words