Schlagwort: Iron Man

27. April 2012 / / Reviews

This is the fourth article in the coverage of the movies related to 2012’s The Avengers. To get to the overview click here.

Wow it’s good to be back!

This article has been delayed a little bit because the subject of Iron Man 2 begs for a very intense dissection so I am sorry for the delay and if you are scared of wall of texts (note: I will add some pictures later on to make the boring parts look awesom) I beg you not to click on:

24. April 2012 / / Reviews

This is the third article in the coverage of the movies related to 2012’s The Avengers. To get to the overview click here.

The best weapon is the weapon you only have to fire once!

The arrogance in the words of Tony Stark is incredible. The way he puts himself above everyone else, leads an overly luxurious lifestyle and doesn’t care for anyone else – he the guy you would not suspect to be a hero left alone like him at all. And yet Tony Stark is one of the strongest if not the strongest hero characters in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

29. Februar 2012 / / Analysen
2. Juni 2011 / / Analysen

For the Earth 2 version click here.

Note: Since I haven’t yet figured out an efficient way to edit pictures on Linux I must excuse myself for the uninterrupted wall of text.

Earth 1
Comic book movies have long become a respected and reliable source for both creativity and entertainment, but it was not always like this.

They had to come a long and hard way to get past people’s prejudice since they were initially written of as brainless entertainment by a large group.

So when was this barrier breached?

Let’s look at the history of comic book movies and their pivotal years

25. Mai 2011 / / Analysen

Earth 2
A long time ago comic book movies ruled the cinema, people flocked to every property imaginable and it seemed as if those adaptions had become a reliable source for money, but then they vanished from earth, retreated to the niche they came from.

So what went wrong?

Let’s look at the history of comic book movies and
their eventual downfall.

If you want to check out the Earth 1 version click here.

30. April 2011 / / General
29. April 2011 / / Reviews

How do you sell a movie about Gods?

That was the tricky question Marvel had to answer when kicking off the summer season with Thor – a movie where the trailers have not managed to get me excited to watch this movie and seeing that posters looked a bit too campy as well my expectations for Thor were pretty low.

Maybe because of that I must say that Thor is a thoroughly entertaining summer blockbuster. It starts of with the typical “random thing happening” at the beginning before we jump into a long flashback to see where this man who has appeared out of nowhere infront of Natalie Portman has come from.