Wind scattered gulls duck and weave
the slanting sleet of a rising gale.
Dark domes are driving from the west
as we batten hatches and shorten sail. 136 more words
Tags » John Watts
Back in 1980’s, aside He-man, Spider-man was the only english speaking on-screen global hero we grew up with. I would wait the entire week only for Sunday 5:15pm to gaze at the National television channel, Doordarshan, and find this superhero spin a web for 15 mins over any villainous character that threatened to destroy earth. 308 more words
Review: Spider-Man: Homecoming is the most purely entertaining Spider-Man movie I’ve ever seen. It also might be the most weightless.
I laughed a lot at Spider-Man: Homecoming and was thoroughly entertained from beginning to end, but was left thinking nothing happening on screen really mattered. There are no real long-lasting consequences to anything anyone does, and while we are spared yet another retelling of Spider-Man’s origin story we are also robbed of a clear sense of the hero’s moral code or purpose for being. 1,471 more words