Marvel’s Eternals is a film with many issues, partially redeemed by its final act. It’s riddled with flashbacks and infodumps that make it hard to get into, and also attempts to introduce a large, entirely new cast of characters that are hard to care about until the very end. I wouldn’t recommend it to people who aren’t big Marvel fans – but if you are, you should watch it at least once, because it sets a great deal up for the future of the Marvel universe, and it’s not quite as mediocre as the first half makes it seem. Make sure to stay until the very end, as there’s two post-credits scenes.
Venom: Let there be Carnage is an adequate superhero film that’s improved upon the strength of its predecessor, but hasn’t yet resolved its weaknesses. It’s a worthwhile watch if you’re a particular fan of Tom Hardy’s, or you’d like to see the ups and downs of a surreal, quasi-romantic relationship between a man and the alien sharing his body. Make sure to stay for the post-credits scene.
For the last decade, comic book adaptations have been gracing our screens large and small, changing the film industry and launching the careers of some of the most famous film stars of this generation. It isn’t just film stars getting their big break in comic book movies, however; musicians have been launched into the mainstream by both Marvel and DC, both of whom seem to be holding the torch for a more progressive entertainment industry.
The official trailer for Marvel’s ‘Daredevil’ Season 3 has been released by Netflix! The video for the Netflix Original Series teases the return of Matt Murdock, who we last saw recovering in a convent from his injuries, sustained at the end of ‘The Defenders’. It seems that Matt has embraced the darkness, and is enraged by the evil afoot, and has become a vigilante…or has he?