Captain Marvel certainly went higher and further as it tells the origin story of one of Marvel’s most powerful superheroes.
Unfortunately underwhelming film that under utilizes such great characters and actors.
An Incredible fun-filled sequel with laughter all around.
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children gives a tad more depth to the characters but lacks the connections the novel has.
David Yates brings up important issues with another literary figure in this beautiful film.
Avengers: Age of Ultron is a worthy sequel to The Avengers film. These heroes must pull together and face their deepest darkest inner demons to fight together against Ulton, the peacekeeping program created by Ironman that has gone haywire and seeks their destruction. Quite simply an amazing sequel to one of the biggest franchises out there.
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