Best Marvel movie, like some are saying? Nah. Best Thor movie yet? Easily.
Thor Ragnarok is the 226th movie in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and the 435th superhero movie of the past 3 years. This one follows Thor in his third standalone feature, this time trying to make his way back home to save it from his evil sister. Oh, and he teams up with the Hulk, because… why not i guess?
Well, if nothing else it’s probably the loudest movie I’ve ever seen.
Dunkirk details the harrowing true story from World War 2 where the Allies were forced to retreat from France after the Germans had surrounded them. This shows how 300,000 soldiers were evacuated even as they were picked off one at a time.
Look out Nolan’s Batman, Lord of the Rings, Toy Story, and the original Star Wars. With this installment, we’ve got a new trilogy in the mix for best ever.
War for the Planet of the Apes is the final installment following Caesar in his fight against the remnants of the U.S. military. This time things get personal and Caesar seeks revenge on the military leader, played by Woody Harrelson.
Despite what the reviews say, once again, another movie this year turns out rather lackluster and disappointing.
Wonder Woman is yet another superhero origin story, this time of a powerful woman who is part God, I guess? The exact origins are murky, as are what exactly her powers are. But she’s powerful, has a magic sword, whip, and shield, is good at fighting, and wears a skimpy outfit. So that’s cool?
It really shouldn’t be this hard to make another great Alien movie.
Alien Covenant is the follow up to the disappointing Prometheus with both being prequels to the original Alien. It follows a group of people heading to colonize a planet. During their journey, they make a stop to investigate a distress call (stop me if you’ve seen this before in an Alien movie). As they always do when people do dumb stuff like that, bad things happen and we have a reason to see the iconic Alien back on screen.
I aspire to be able to come up with witty insults at the level of those thrown at Rocket in this movie. Trash panda and triangle faced monkey? Pure gold and had me rolling.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 picks up where the first one left off as we rejoin our ragtag team of heroes on more adventures that would make Han Solo proud. During one of these, the group meets Peter Quill’s (Chris Pratt) father (Kurt Russell) and things don’t quite go as planned.
I’m still trying to wrap my head around the fact they’ve made eight of these things so far. EIGHT.
The Fate of the Furious continues the series that has come a long way since being Point Break with cars. In this one, the team of terrible actors driving fast cars has to overcome their greatest threat- Vin Diesel. And I can’t believe I just wrote that sentence.
Well, people that like seeing a giant monkey destroy helicopters are gonna love this one.
Kong: Skull Island is about an expedition to explore a previously uncharted island during the Vietnam war era. Obviously things don’t go quite as planned, because why would they when you do something stupid like go to an island shaped like a skull that is constantly surrounded by storms? They encounter a bunch of unimaginable monsters, one of them being King Kong.
I don’t think I’ve ever seen a movie so completely average. Not good, not terrible. Just exists. Kind of like this blog.
Jack Reacher Never Go Back is the sequel to the underrated Jack Reacher. This time Reacher must work to unravel a conspiracy and save a fellow solider from being framed. Or something like that. It’s kind of hard to follow to be honest.