February 7 to October 17 – according to Google, that’s 252 days. That’s how many days since I wrote #19 in this series. So, let’s get started catching up…here are 252 things I’ve read, watched or done lately!
Just kidding. We’re not going to attempt to catch up, just cutting our losses and moving on, and looking back at the week that was.
Continue reading Stuff I’ve Read, Watched, Done #20 – October 17, 2021
“We’re in the Endgame now….”
I mean, that’s for sure! And we’re in it for a looong time, because this movie is nearly three hours in length.
Continue reading Avengers: Endgame (Big Spoilers!)
Continuing with this series of 47 moments in film that I love (Why 47?), today, for #26, we continue with a second consecutive “end-of-movie” moment…
Iron Man (2008)
Continue reading 47 Great Movie Moments #26 – Iron Man
It’s been a couple of months since Spider-Man: Homecoming came out, but it hit the screens when I was in a period of basically never getting anything up on this blog. Fortunately, it also came out while I was in Asia and had access to relatively cinema tickets, so I was able to freely go with my two younger daughters (the oldest, and their mother, were back in Australia). Good times!
Continue reading Spider-Man: Homecoming
So, if it wasn’t clear already, the Marvel Studios is now officially really confident in their “shared universe” approach to their superhero movies. I mean, we’ve known that’s what they are doing from nearly the beginning, and we’ve been excited about it ever since Robert Downey jr. showed up in the post-credit scene of The Incredible Hulk. Avengers was built in many ways on the goodwill and anticipation that was built up by the various hero’s prior appearances in their solo films. And we fans have come to expect the gratuitous cameo appearances, like Chris Evans showing up Thor: The Dark World or Anthony Mackie’s Falcon getting a big scene in Ant-Man.
Continue reading Captain America: Civil War (or really, “Marvel Super-Heroes, Part 13”)
Iron Man 3 (or Iron Man Three as it’s actually titled in the credits) holds a funny little place in the world of film because though it is a sequel to Iron Man 2, it’s actually more of an aftermath to The Avengers, taking most of its story cues from that blockbuster. This is to its benefit, since Iron Man 2 was a bit of a dud Continue reading Iron Man 3