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How Eminem Overcome His Traumatic Past and Turned His Life AroundMore Articles August 11, 2016 6/6.336 6/6.336 Suicide Squad Source: Warner Bros. If there’s one thing we’ve found to be true in film over the past decade, it’s because the audience is totally crazy about their superhero. It’s been an interesting cultural turnaround; whereas before comics, children’s land was passed around as nerdy on the playground, “now they’re certainly mainstreaming. Officially it’s becoming cool” to like comic books and the success of adapted film franchises has played tremendously into this.

The story literally never ends with comic book movies

6/6.337 6/6.337 The Avengers: Age of Ultron Source: Marvel In the Marvel Cinematic Universe we see famous series like Wonder Woman as well as separate films for each member of the Justice League (followed by two films from the Justice League).

Dynamic book worlds for the larger audiences is sanitized

6/6.3386/6.339 Flash vs. Arrow | Source: The CW For reasons that are still unknown, small viewers enjoy nothing than watching characters from one film communicate with one another. It’s why Ultron’s Avengers and Age are some of the highest-sized movies ever and justify the immense success of the expanded DC superhero universe on the CW between Arrow and The Flash. Only in the near future will this happen. We’ve seen Superman go toe-toe this year alone with Batman followed a month later by Captain America: Civil War starring almost every hero the MCU has to show. Comic book movies are going to be around as long as people are totally sick of them. We won t be hindered by a lack of stories to tell despite DC’s endless supply of material, so Marvel will pull out. We certainly won t fall on the back of unattractive heroes with well-established characters played by the largest A-list actors in Hollywood. Eventually, it is difficult to see an outcome for a genre of films that are always focused on the next installment. It’s why people sit for a 30-second stinger through 15 minutes of end credits that basically serves as a next time on “future movies.” The fans love their superheroes and will continue to churn out movies as long as that passion remains studios. @NickNorthwest

Marvel vs DC: Which is the World with Better Comic Books? How Marvel Needs To Do To Address Its Villain Problem Within The Plans For Each Star Wars Anthology Film The Justice League Part One: What We Know So Far [ Star Wars ]: The Force Awakens ‘: 5 Ways It Could Be Better

6/6.339 Flash vs. Arrow | Source: The CW For reasons that are still unknown, small viewers enjoy nothing than watching characters from one film communicate with one another. It’s why Ultron’s Avengers and Age are some of the highest-sized movies ever and justify the immense success of the expanded DC superhero universe on the CW between Arrow and The Flash. Only in the near future will this happen. We’ve seen Superman go toe-toe this year alone with Batman followed a month later by Captain America: Civil War starring almost every hero the MCU has to show. Comic book movies are going to be around as long as people are totally sick of them. We won t be hindered by a lack of stories to tell despite DC’s endless supply of material, so Marvel will pull out. We certainly won t fall on the back of unattractive heroes with well-established characters played by the largest A-list actors in Hollywood. Eventually, it is difficult to see an outcome for a genre of films that are always focused on the next installment. It’s why people sit for a 30-second stinger through 15 minutes of end credits that basically serves as a next time on “future movies.” The fans love their superheroes and will continue to churn out movies as long as that passion remains studios. @NickNorthwest

Marvel vs DC: Which is the World with Better Comic Books? How Marvel Needs To Do To Address Its Villain Problem Within The Plans For Each Star Wars Anthology Film The Justice League Part One: What We Know So Far [ Star Wars ]: The Force Awakens ‘: 5 Ways It Could Be Better

Jeff Rindskopf More Articles November 10, 2016

I liked the original trilogy as shown by the strong responses of the viewers. Sadly no film is perfect and every film worth thinking about twice. While the latest adventures in The Force Awakens are rip-roaring and swashbuckling, the film is eventually weighed down by a number of its missed chances and dubious choices. So let’s explore how the film could have changed and hope the same mistakes don’t reappear in the next installments of the series.

1. Rework the middle portion

6/6.340 Source: Lucasfilm The beginning and ending portions of any movie remain more in one mind than the middle portion so it’s quite fortunate that The Force Awakens ‘ strongest points come at either end of their runtime. Although nothing especially egregious happens in the middle portion of the film, by contrast it seems particularly light and forgettable. After meeting Han and Chewie with Rey and Finn, they find several thugs groups aiming to catch BB-8 for the First Order and take revenge on Han Solo to trick them a few times. So starts a sequence in which our heroes dispense with these fully replaceable villains by releasing CGI monsters that don’t suit the film’s other creatures. Worse, to the story they don’t even exist. Things continue in the same very boring vein as Han and Rey experience some hurried mentor-protection bonding sessions before visiting a lookalike of Mos Eisley Cantina where another replaceable antagonist calls the First Order on them “a lazy bit of planning that happily leads to a capture sequence that revitalizes the film after this inconsistent stretching. 2.

Smooth over the romantic show 6/6.342 6/6.342 Source: Lucasfilm The Force Awakens does a bang-up job of balancing the franchise’s history with its future, bringing us the old meetings we are waiting for and the lovely new characters that we really deserve. Just one character ends up with the short end of the stick “Oscar Isaac’s sardonic pulp hero Poe Dÿr who is expected to be dead for most of the film’s runtime after starting off the film with a star-worthy performance and plenty of quotable wisecracks. It’s nice to think that in subsequent entries Poe will have a chance to shine more but he’s too often set aside made to lead a secondary climatic series that distracts only from the first in favor of old-fashioned fan service. In Han Solo Luke Skywalker and Leia Organa the original 1977 Star Wars made room for three young heroes without losing screen time for mentor Ben Kenobi or villainous Darth Vader. It doesn’t seem too much to ask for the third young hero of the latest trilogy to put in more time without losing the screen-time for father Han Solo or villainous Kylo Ren. 4.

Develop the secondary villains 6/6.343 6/6.343 Source: Lucasfilm Of all the new characters Kylo Ren may be the most fascinating for being essentially the kind of villain we still see fighting against his good side in this universe and idolizing those who came before him just as the filmmakers obviously idolize the original trilogy. On the dark side he’s not alone though maybe he should be. He’s joined by the authoritarian First Order chief Admiral Hux from Domhnall Gleeson who doesn’t have much to do but delivers a Hitler-esque speech to inspire the troops. He’s undeveloped but fine enough as the First Order’s political leader, not unlike the originals ‘ undeveloped Grand Moff Tarkin. But then Snoke’s a lousy CGI-rendered Emperor substitute seen only by hologram in several scenes in which he reproaches Hux and Ren. Such scenes do practically nothing but threaten future releases like a Marvel post-credit scene featuring Thanos and they take away Ren and Hux’s strength. Why do we need another enigmatic Big Bad? Only because they have one from the originals? Even worse is Captain Phasma, the well-designed but ultimately useless storm troop leader who is dispensed without having done anything of the cool Boba Fett-style.

6/6.344 6/6.344 Source: Disney The Force Aw
akens ‘ greatest weakness by far is its inability to make its own decisions and to face its own risk. It seems like J.J. is after the disastrously different prequels. A New Hope with a mix of new and old actors hitting the same beats and even visiting near-identical places along the way, Abrams and company decided to play it safely. From the young hero pushed into action from her desert planet home to the trainer murdered at the hands of a masked tyrant The Force Awakens hews so close to the original in terms of plot and even design “as the First Order shamelessly evokes the Empire’s styles and the Takodana canteen does the same for Mos Eisley. By the time the heroes explore how to manipulate the perfect weak spot of Starkiller’s planet-destroying foundation the parallels are almost impossible to ignore. The original trilogy became a cultural phenomenon because everything in the films seemed fresh and lived-in, as if every corner of this world were inhabited by strange creatures and histories only waiting to be discovered. Aping A New Hope’s designs and planning and its sequels so thoroughly lacks the spontaneous sense of exploration that has made the originals so exciting. While Abrams did a fine job of re-entering the same universe while giving us new but still lovable characters to believe in, due to his unquestionable confidence in the originals, he skipped one of the most intoxicating aspects of Star War. Disney will ideally let Episode VIII carve its own course and rekindle spontaneity. Entertainment Cheat Facebook Cover!