Get ready for the Endgame with this week’s episode.
Marvel’s latest movie is the first to have a solo female lead, released on International Women’s Day. How is it? Continue reading →
There’s not much here, but at least one missing character returns.
There’s just so much to unpack. Sit back and enjoy.
[Warning: Contains minor spoiler for Thor: Ragnarok]
This may well be better than Age of Ultron.
A rarity for a Summer flick, the fourth Jurassic Park movie has maintained the top slot in the box office for a third week, making $54 million and totaling $500 million since its debut. It has also taken the lead from Avengers: Age of Ultron as the highest grossing film for 2015. The second Avengers movie (which was #10 at the box office this week) has totalled $452 million since it’s debut in May.
Pixar’s Inside Out (reviewed last week), stayed in second for another week at $52 million. Seth McFarlane’s Ted 2 debuted in third with $33 million.
This is their “Phase III” lineup through 2019.
Steve Rogers is back and is in deep with SHIELD.
I think I may have a new favorite Christmas movie. As always, stay through the credits.
Oh yes please.
2012 is starting to look awesome.