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'The Incredible Hulk' Throwback Review: The One They Want You To Forget


Released just over a month after Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk is largely considered to be the ‘black sheep’ of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). 667 more words

Now You See Me (2013)

The tag line for this movie (see poster above) could not really be more apt in its implicit suggestion that an audience shouldn’t pay that much attention to the film they are about to watch. 828 more words

Film Reviews


Hulk smash puny critic! 

Bruce Banner is not a hero. One would be wrong for mistaking him as one. He is not proud or triumphant, he doesn’t wear a cape, and he doesn’t “save the day” as someone like Superman or Batman would. 1,020 more words


The Incredible Hulk (2008)

After Iron Man wowed audiences in the summer, the freshly minted Marvel Studios moved forward with their next big hero one month later. You wouldn’t like him when he’s angry. 455 more words

Superhero Film

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets

“We all know how humans work. They’re so predictable.”

In what could be argued as being the first popcorn fuelled summer blockbuster of the year – at least the first that doesn’t have a Marvel or DC title card – Valerian seemed doomed to fail from the second it opened in the US to seemingly poor reviews.  964 more words


Movie - Now You See Me [REVIEW] - ...Now You Don't

IMDB Rating: 7,3/10
Genre: Crime, Mystery, Thriller
Director: Louis Leterrier
Writer: Ed Solomon
Stars: Jesse Eisenberg, Common, Mark Ruffalo

Caper Story is a crime-themed fictional story but is focused on a criminal from planned by a group of criminals with their own specialties and uniqueness. 352 more words


The Incredible Hulk

The Incredible Hulk is a superhero familiar enough to not need much of an introduction: Dr. Bruce Banner is a scientist transformed by an excessive dose of gamma radiation so that whenever he gets too angry, he becomes into a massive, super-strong, green-skinned behemoth that is a living embodiment of unthinking rage. 948 more words