Can Thor and his team free Jane and defeat Malekith?
Integrating multiple films is nothing new, but since the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it seems that now every studio is trying to do this. DC started it's universe with the most iconic superhero, the Man of Steel (MoS). Whilst MoS did little to inspire audiences, it sparked plenty of ideas, and seeing the … Continue reading Film Analysis: Was Batman V Superman DC’s best move?
An ancient enemy returns...
Something really special happened. I was nominated by Josh Hammond for a Sunshine Blogger award. This is quite something for me, as I've just been doing my thing, writing what I want to, just going about it. I'm grateful to everyone who reads, comments, and links my stuff to theirs. I have no degree in film or … Continue reading Sunshine Blogger Nomination
What is causing all these disturbances?
Stronger backstories, better-developed characters, a name change, and a little plot twist for extra measure.
Cast your mind back to pre-2000. Superhero films were scarce, we were lucky to get one a year, but most of the time it happened every two to three years. As X-men, Spider-man, and Batman graced our screens, each viewing was coupled with a surge of excitement knowing that sequels were in the works. And … Continue reading Film Analysis: The Marvel Cinematic Universe
Thor is torn between his duties to Asgard, and his love for Jane. Will he be able to find a balance?
These are some game to movie adaptions that could work well
Taking on the tremendous task of producing one of the world’s best-selling adventure game franchises is no small task, nor is it impossible. The Assassin’s Creed film aimed high but ultimately fell short with its choppy story line, poor character development, and overall humdrum approach to the series. I would be lying if I denied … Continue reading Lost in Translation: Video Games to Films Part 1 – Assassin’s Creed.