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I haven't heard anyone call The Lego Movie an instant classic, but I think it damn well should be. It is the greatest family film since the original Star Wars, and in some ways is the greatest family film of all time. The Lego Movie happens within a child's imagination. A child playing with Legos, who … Continue reading Everything (In This Movie) Is Awesome
I was going to make a post about how the Star Wars Sequel trilogy (7-9) cannot be canon, but I also realized that the prequels can't be canon for a number of reasons as well. So, here's why the prequels cannot be canon. I'll post the one about the sequels soon. 1. Leia Remembers … Continue reading The Prequel Trilogy Cannot Be Canon
Are we still pretending these MCU movies are any good? Seriously? At this point, I can’t tell them apart. Some villain wants something, two or three of the heroes get together to stop him, and there are LOTS of jokes along the way. Nobody dies (or stays dead), nobody cares about whatever shenanigans happened previously, … Continue reading Is This A Joke? (Avengers: Not the Endgame At All)
If Disney cared just a little more about proper storytelling, Star Wars could have had a legitimate, interesting, and acceptable cinematic universe. Instead, we got a poor remake of a trilogy we’ve already seen, some movie about Han Solo, and we are going to get some movie about Boba Fett, some movie about Jabba the … Continue reading SJW Propaganda: A Star Wars Story
I'm not going to defend Marvel. Instead, I'm going to say this to hopefully (long-shot here) stop other studios from endlessly trying to make their own cinematic universes. Here is why they will always fail. In essence, it comes down to cinematic diversity. Not every movie in the MCU takes place on Earth, not every … Continue reading Why the MCU Works and Other Universes Do Not