Review: Captain Marvel

Marvel’s latest offering more than fulfils its tagline. Captain Marvel soared above doubt, boycotts, and smear campaigns to a staggering $455 million worldwide box-office taking on opening weekend. And it’s easy to see why – it’s MARVELlous.

The film is essentially Captain Marvel’s origin story, which has led to criticism about the plot being ‘predictable’ at times. People forget that the heroes we love had their own ‘basic’ origin films. Captain Marvel (Brie Larson) burst into the universe in a way that stands up to her peers, and shows she has the ability to drive this legacy beyond Endgame. Continue reading Review: Captain Marvel

Review: Black Panther

If you’re anything like me, you’ll be getting sick of the glut of superhero movies being released at the moment. For the most part, they have clichéd plots and predictable, unoriginal characters. A collection of strong, brave and predominately male heroes will save the world from aliens or an evil genius, i.e The Avengers or Captain America. Or, like Deadpool or Guardians of the Galaxy, … Continue reading Review: Black Panther