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? More…
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.