I love you three thousand.
In which we fully explore our complicated feelings about Thanos.
Maybe your kids will like it?
Zeppelin meets synthwave.
Complex and joyous, Black Panther wins in all the ways that are actually important.
Steven Strange is a hard man to love.
Bopping around to the Ramones, all nervous and spazzy, getting sweaty-palmed over a pretty girl and stressing about Academic decathlon, this 15-year old Peter Parker is a trademark high school movie hero.
Captain America: Civil War kicks off phase 3 with a banger. All the Avengers are here (well, almost) – and things are not going well.
Definitely watch it if it happens to be on already.
Take notes, kids – this will be on the test.
Emotional realness in a super weird can. Only these films.
As The Avengers hunt down Hydra on earth, elsewhere in the universe, a very different kind of team is about to meet up.
Though it sold itself as a political spy thriller – and it does excel at that, in its heart, The Winter Soldier is also an exploration of the lasting trauma of violence, the transformative power of friendship, and the inherent risk in choosing to trust.
Asgardian history so ancient it has been lost to the fog of time for all but the eldest of its residents, who remember it not as myth but history. In earth terms, that’s the kind of old you get into arguments on holidays with your parents about.
Aldrich Killian is the Guy Pearce of superhero villains – he’s rich, successful, white, and handsome. No one’s really sure why he keeps doing what he’s doing, but I guess we can’t stop him?