This is a really good Spider-Man. Even though I kind of want the Infinity War consequences to be permanent just for the sake of shocking the know-it-alls, I can’t help but think of how great it could be if we get to keep this Spider-Man for the next ten years of the MCU and let him grow and change the way Iron Man has in the first ten.
Terrific planning, releasing this movie on Father’s Day. I had no idea this was scheduled to be such a success - the theater lobby wasn’t this packed for Infinity War or Last Jedi.
The movie itself is perfectly fine, but I still don’t think Pixar should make any sequels. I'm not sure that we gain or learn anything we didn't already explore. Bob's troubles are so sitcom standard that it makes the movie feel like a TV episode. No part…
Hawkeye continues to mentor the Scarlet Witch (here using the winking pseudonym "Jane Banner"), this time in dealing with the casual horror regular humans are capable of perpetrating on one another. It's a little unclear whether this takes place before or after Civil War, although my money's on before if they're operating under the auspices of the federal government.
It's refreshing to have one of these smaller, quieter side stories without Robert Downey Jr. zooming in to save the day every few minutes. Sometimes a regular man with impeccable target shooting skills is enough.
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Too much of a muchness. The actors playing The Losers did great work, but the movie stops being creepy or suspenseful once you realize the monster attacks in every scene. There must be a better way to convey the toll taken on these poor kids by relentless magical attacks than by battering the audience with the same thing. (Lucky thing it decides to leave them alone when they're at their weakest as a group!) It's a real breath of fresh…