I’m not going to sit here and tell you that Avengers: Endgame is the best movie of the MCU, because frankly; it isn’t. It’s not even in my top three. However, as a culmination of everything Marvel has been working up to since 2008, it has to be applauded.
From a technical standpoint, Endgame is like nothing else we’ve ever seen come to the big screen, with a cast that pushes the film to breaking point, characters we remember from movies past and some we had perhaps forgotten about hit the screen in epic fashion. But how good is the finished product? Continue reading →
When you think about your childhood, what do you remember? Going to school? Doing your homework? Doing your chores? Or, instead, do you remember having fun? Fun that seemed like it would never end; fun that was part of who you were and who you are now. That fun, that fundamental part of your being, was due partly to Mr Stan Lee.
A legend in his own right, Marvel comics creator, Stan Lee was born in 1922 in Manhattan, New York. In 1939, he started a pencil pusher job at Timely Comics – two years later, his name was penned under a Captain America comic entitled “The Traitor’s Revenge!”. Continue reading →
It’s safe to say that Avengers: Infinity War was a massive success breaking a number of records and showing us that the superhero genre is here to stay. That being said after that climatic ending, fans are left with a number of questions from earth’s mightiest heroes latest outing.
A lot of questions have been asked and using my vast knowledge of comics, movies and fan speculation, I Alex Lutkin will try and answer a lot of those questions and share my own speculations. Before we begin though this will be going in to deep spoilers of Infinity War, so if you’ve not seen the movie and are still reading please stop and go watch it then come back. You have been warned. Continue reading →
Avengers: Infinity War is shaping up to be one of the year’s biggest films, if not the biggest. We couldn’t honour such an epic without giving it a special review. For the first time, the whole Movie Metropolis team will share their thoughts throughout this article on what they thought of the third Avengers movie. Reviews from the contributors will be added to the post as and when they manage to see the film.
Before we begin, did you know that Movie Metropolis has ranked the entire MCU up to Avengers: Infinity War? Make sure you check out the ratings we gave each film and let us know your thoughts in the comments sections at the bottom of each post. Please be aware that some of these reviews may contain spoilers.Continue reading →
The time has come. We stand on the edge of what Marvel has been working on since what feels like the dawn of time. Of course, the MCU actually first came into existence in 2008 with the release of Iron Man, but ten years is a long time in movie-land.
Avengers: Endgame promises to shape everything that follows in the MCU and hopes to build on the frustrating climax of its predecessor Infinity War, in almost every way. It’s longer (at a minute over three hours long), has more characters than anything else like it and is one of the most expensive films ever made, costing an estimated $600million.
Anthony and Joe Russo, who directed Captain America: Civil War and Endgame’s predecessor have their work cut out again. Before you go to see Avengers 4, sit back and relax as I take you through the definitive MCU ranking. And I do believe a spoiler warning is in effect.