Like a lot of folks I jumped at the chance of seeing the latest outing for Wolverine at the 10:23pm showing of Logan in the hope of seeing a fitting end to Hugh Jackman’s run.
This week saw the UK release of the latest addition to Marvel’s Cinematic Universe with Doctor Strange making the step from comic book panel to cinema screen but would the introduction of another lesser-known character work as well as the previous introductions of Guardians of the Galaxy & Ant-Man?
Suicide Squad hit the big screens last week in what seemed to be a sea of critic’s lashing out at the newest comic book movie but the box office doesn’t lie with records for an opening weekend were smashed left & right as the movie-going public chose to make their own minds up.
Marvel’s Third Phase of movies kicked off with Captain America: Civil War and sees the iconic figures of Iron Man & Cap go toe to toe in what could well be an event movie to reshape what’s to come.
With Zack Snyder’s Man of Steel being a fairly divisive addition to the list of comic book movie releases there was a lot of skepticism rolling around when Batman V Superman was first announced but now it’s here I take a look at what it really ended up becoming.
It’s been out a while but I took the chance to see Deadpool on the big screen and see what all the fuss was about…..the difference with this particular Comic Book movie is that I had to push my dislike of the character in the comics aside and see if the celluloid version proved to be any better.
Marvel closes out their Phase 2 run of movies with Ant-Man – a fairly unexpected addition to their Movie line-up given the world of characters they have available but I knew it would be one I’d give a go.
The penultimate movie in Marvel’s Phase 2 has had more than it’s fair share of hype but how would Avengers: Age of Ultron compare to some of those previous movies?