The barely-advertised movie is more than the sum of its Marvel-typical parts.
The show was so good because it wasn’t something I’d seen from the MCU before. I fear, though, that this won’t be the case for Marvel’s upcoming TV shows.
For new shows like Wandavision that are released one week at a time, unlike a streaming show that drops an entire season at a time, the hype doesn’t fall away.
In case you, like us, felt starved of events last year, our Cadenza staffers list the arts and entertainment events they are most excited for in 2021.
“The New Mutants” is an example of how superhero movies have lost their touch in recent years, Senior Cadenza Editor Isabella Neubauer argues.
“Birds of Prey” opens Feb. 6, and in honor of its upcoming theatrical release, here is a definitive ranking of my favorite (and least favorite) superhero movies of the 21st century*.
The 2010s were dominated by the MCU, along with two other franchises that either have come or will come to an end in 2019: “Game of Thrones” and the “Star Wars” movies. Their example is one of how things used to be, not a sign of changing times. As Kylo Ren says in “The Last Jedi,” “Let the past die.”
Who has time to sit down for over an hour and dedicate yourself to a single plot line when you have a midterm, a paper and a lab all due in the next week? So if you’re planning on using your fall break as wisely as I am, here are, in no particular order, the five movies you should queue up each night of fall break.
The appropriately titled “Avengers: Endgame” brings the 22-movie Marvel Cinematic Universe to a close.
This is a spoiler-free review.
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