Tag: Marvel Studios

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‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ Meets and Beats Expectations

Spider-Man: Homecoming succeeds in giving fans a fresh and charming take on the iconic webslinger, now fully at home in the Marvel Cinematic Universe When the first trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming dropped back in December, my biggest complaint was that so much of what I saw felt like it was lifted from the still-new Spider-Man of the comics, a/k/a Miles… Read more →

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‘Wonder Woman’ Reignites Our Love of Superheroes

Despite some flaws, Wonder Woman soars in a way audiences haven’t seen in years, giving women and fans something to cheer loudly for. Superhero fans everywhere may remember the subtle, yet iconic scene in 1978’s Superman the Movie when Lois Lane, after falling from a crashed helicopter, is saved from certain death by the Man of Steel himself, and after being… Read more →

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‘Captain America: Civil War’ Is Good Not Great

At times sublime and other times frustrating, Captain America: Civil War is an imperfect film that still manages to soar above the competition Because of the polemic nature of reviews these days, let it be known upfront that Captain America: Civil War is a stunning, ambitious film well worth your time and money. Now that you know that this is a… Read more →

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Final ‘Captain America: Civil War’ Trailer is Spidey-Tastic

The final trailer for the upcoming Captain America: Civil War is now live, and dear god, Spider-Man looks damn good “I can do this all day.” So can we, Cap…so can we. We’re only a month and a half from the release of Captain America: Civil War, and while we’ve seen more than enough to make this a must-see film, up until… Read more →

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Episode 192: Bye Bye Bowie, or “Putting Out Fire With Gasoline”

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It’s a new year, and the Never Daunted Radio Network is rollin’ on a somber week, as we remember David Bowie and Alan Rickman while discussing why grieving for strangers isn’t the worst thing someone can do. First up, writer and podcast host Maura Quint stops in to talk about how David Bowie’s death, if only for the briefest of… Read more →

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