Review: Spider-Man: Far From Home

I was a little apprehensive to go see this movie, honestly. Not because I thought the movie would be bad, but because Spider-Man: Far From Home was the first post-Endgame movie. And since Tony Stark had been a big part of Spider-Man: Homecoming, his loss would be felt all the more keenly.

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Review: Aquaman

I’ll be honest, I’m not really interested in DC content. Probably because I grew up with Marvel related things a lot more. I didn’t read the comics, but I did love the Animated X-men series and knew about more of the characters of the Marvel universe than I did about the DC universe. Sure I knew who Superman and Batman were, and I remember watching Smallville for a few episodes before I missed another few and didn’t know what the hell was going on when I got back to it. But the DC universe just never really had any pull on me. But the trailer for Aquaman caught my interest, so I decided, why not?

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Review: Braven

I stumbled upon the movie Braven because I decided I wanted to see more of Jason Momoa’s filmography. I scrolled through his IMDB page and wrote some titles down for viewing in the future. Braven was on top of my list because it was a recent movie, and not a very long one. I was not disappointed.

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Review: Ant-Man and The Wasp

The first Ant-Man was an enjoyable movie, but it didn’t enter my top 10 of favourite MCU movies. When I saw the trailer for Ant-Man and The Wasp, and I thought, you know…this could possibly enter my MCU top 10. It also looked like a fun little treat after the heaviness of the end of Infinity War.

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