Marvel Cinematic Universe (2008 - present)

1163164165166168

Comments

  • mtmmtm United Kingdom
    Posts: 10,451
    Yes I've seen a couple of mixed ones too. Although I like the idea of Raimi I must admit the trailer didn't sell it to me, I think this is a definite one I'll be waiting out for home release.
  • Posts: 17,195
    Watched a few further reviews that say its like Evil Dead, in that case it's probably better than most Marvel films 😂
  • Posts: 17,195
    Moon Knight Episode 6 the finale ended up being a slug fest for the most part and a bit hokey and clunky. I realise that the strength of the series is definately the human forms of Moon Knight. Make sure you watch the post credit scene, I hope they do another series.
  • Posts: 12,357
    Moon Knight Episode 6 the finale ended up being a slug fest for the most part and a bit hokey and clunky. I realise that the strength of the series is definately the human forms of Moon Knight. Make sure you watch the post credit scene, I hope they do another series.

    Just watched it too! I am sure we will see another series! Oscar Isaac's performance is simply brilliant.
  • Posts: 17,195
    RogueAgent wrote: »
    Moon Knight Episode 6 the finale ended up being a slug fest for the most part and a bit hokey and clunky. I realise that the strength of the series is definately the human forms of Moon Knight. Make sure you watch the post credit scene, I hope they do another series.

    Just watched it too! I am sure we will see another series! Oscar Isaac's performance is simply brilliant.

    Absolutely Oscar Isaac deserves an award, without giving spoilers away the ending hopefully will lead to a season 2. I will definitely rewatch the series again soon.
  • Posts: 12,357
    RogueAgent wrote: »
    Moon Knight Episode 6 the finale ended up being a slug fest for the most part and a bit hokey and clunky. I realise that the strength of the series is definately the human forms of Moon Knight. Make sure you watch the post credit scene, I hope they do another series.

    Just watched it too! I am sure we will see another series! Oscar Isaac's performance is simply brilliant.

    Absolutely Oscar Isaac deserves an award, without giving spoilers away the ending hopefully will lead to a season 2. I will definitely rewatch the series again soon.

    I am no expert but the whole split personality thing? Isaac was so good and so funny with it. Happily have more of this! :-bd
  • Red_SnowRed_Snow Australia
    Posts: 2,317
    Moon Knight Episode 6 the finale ended up being a slug fest for the most part and a bit hokey and clunky. I realise that the strength of the series is definately the human forms of Moon Knight. Make sure you watch the post credit scene, I hope they do another series.

    It seems they've certainly left the door open for a second season if the post credit scene and this minor twitter debacle is anything to go by.
  • QsAssistantQsAssistant All those moments lost in time... like tears in rain
    Posts: 1,807
    Just saw Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness tonight. I believe this was my first time seeing a MCU movie on opening night. It was fantastic! If you’re a fan of Sam Raimi movies then you’ll see his unique style of superhero and horror direction and will probably love it too. I REALLY want to talk about this movie but since it just came out I don’t want to spoil anything for anyone. I will say MARVEL is hitting it out of the park with the last couple of movies. Can’t wait for Love and Thunder now.
  • MakeshiftPythonMakeshiftPython Omaha, NE
    Posts: 6,222
    Doctor Strange 2 was fantastic! Glad Raimi was given the freedom to do his unique style of filmmaking with this!
  • edited May 9 Posts: 2,358
    I've been a big fan of the first Doctor Strange since it first came out, but I actually think Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is even better by a few hairs. I've got it at #7 out of the MCU films for me.

    Also, this has one of the best post-credits scenes of all of them (which is saying something as these 28 films have a combined 47(!) such scenes). And by post-credits, I mean POST-credits, not the mid-credits one which was very unremarkable.
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Each moment I draw closer to the Divine.
    Posts: 43,902
    I've been a big fan of the first Doctor Strange since it first came out, but I actually think Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is even better by a few hairs. I've got it at #7 out of the MCU films for me.

    Also, this has one of the best post-credits scenes of all of them (which is saying something as these 28 films have a combined 47(!) such scenes). And by post-credits, I mean POST-credits, not the mid-credits one which was very unremarkable.

    That one was hilarious, and to the point. Clever.
  • MaxCasinoMaxCasino United States
    Posts: 2,520
    https://comicbookmovie.com/doctor_strange/in_the_multiverse_of_madness/doctor-strange-in-the-multiverse-of-madness-nearly-featured-daniel-craig-as-the-illuminatis-spoiler-a193769#gs.0591ci

    As usual DC backed out. It would have been interesting to see either way, as this isn’t the first time that Marvel’s looked at DC for a role, Thor.
  • MakeshiftPythonMakeshiftPython Omaha, NE
    Posts: 6,222
    That’s funny because he could have reunited with Lashana Lynch for that scene.
  • edited May 17 Posts: 17,195

    Pass
  • mtmmtm United Kingdom
    edited May 17 Posts: 10,451
    Is she all CG? She looks sort of cartoony.
    The jokes in the trailer didn't grab me.
  • Posts: 17,195
    mtm wrote: »
    Is she all CG? She looks sort of cartoony.
    The jokes in the trailer didn't grab me.

    It looks awful, Bill Bixby Hulk is the only one that had dramatic weight.
  • CraigMooreOHMSSCraigMooreOHMSS Dublin, Ireland
    Posts: 6,999
    The interplay between Hulk and She-Hulk were the only things that stood out to me.
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Each moment I draw closer to the Divine.
    Posts: 43,902
    Yeah, but it misses a donkey.
  • Posts: 17,195
    It's a Train Shrek.
  • MakeshiftPythonMakeshiftPython Omaha, NE
    Posts: 6,222
    Looks fun.
  • talos7talos7 New Orleans
    Posts: 6,496
    It's a Train Shrek.

    I see what you did there.
    :))
  • Red_SnowRed_Snow Australia
    Posts: 2,317
    I thought she was going to be bulky like Hulk, not really tall. That's really thrown me.

    As great as Tatiana Maslany is, they really missed a trick in not casting Princess Fiona!
  • Posts: 5,083
  • Posts: 17,195
    I was a bit underwhelmed by the new Thor trailer, though I guess it's just more of the same.
  • mtmmtm United Kingdom
    Posts: 10,451
    That's a definite wait-for-Disney+ for me. Looks very average.

    Is it me or does it seems to be mainly close-ups and mid-shots on a greenscreen? The cinematography is so flat and lifeless.
    The problem with all of these high budget Disney+ TV shows is that the big movies don't look any more impressive. Slightly less so in this case.
  • Posts: 17,195
    mtm wrote: »
    That's a definite wait-for-Disney+ for me. Looks very average.

    Is it me or does it seems to be mainly close-ups and mid-shots on a greenscreen? The cinematography is so flat and lifeless.
    The problem with all of these high budget Disney+ TV shows is that the big movies don't look any more impressive. Slightly less so in this case.

    Green screen appears more noticeable maybe its due to the pandemic and social distancing etc?
  • Posts: 6,447
    Gerard wrote: »

    I really hope this is good. The trailer doesn't inspire great confidence, but it is still Taika Waititi...
  • ThunderfingerThunderfinger Each moment I draw closer to the Divine.
    Posts: 43,902
    I will probably give it a watch, but not until its streaming. Looks dumb.
  • edited May 25 Posts: 17,195
    Hopefully they will do the Gorr storyline justice, though I woukd want a far more serious tone than this goofy trailer.
  • Posts: 1,294
    This looks fun: I'm not the biggest Marvel fan, but I've always enjoyed the lighter entries. I prefer Guardians of The Galaxy, Thor Ragnarok, Ant-Man, and the latest Spider-Man films most!
Sign In or Register to comment.