Yesterday is a song that many people know and love by a band that just as many, if not more people adore. But what if you were suddenly the only one that still remembers their existence? This is the situation Jack Malik (Himesh Patel, EastEnders) finds himself in.
This Blu-ray Film Review is made possible thanks to the contribution and the review copy that sebkijk! received from Disney NL. Many thanks to Disney NL for this opportunity. Captain Marvel is now available in The Netherlands for purchase on DVD, Blu-Ray, and 4K Ultra HD.
In the self-titled Captain Marvel, Carol Danvers (Brie Larson, Avengers: Endgame) shares her story on how she became one of the Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.
Spider-Man: Far From Home is the lead-up film to both Spider-Man: Homecoming and Avengers: Endgame. It tells the story of Peter Parker who tries to leave his Spider-Man responsibilities behind, when he goes on a school-trip to Europe.
Recently Batman (1989) hit its 30-year anniversary mark. To celebrate I decided to give Tim Burton’s Batman a rewatch. And I can say I wasn’t disappointed. If you don’t know what a Batman-film could be about – I mean, come on; that’s on you.
Lo and behold, Avengers: Endgame the largest, quite literally with a massive runtime of 3 hours, and latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is here. 11 years packed with 22 movies have let to an end of an era, considering it concludes the massive storyline which has been at the center of the MCU over the last few years, in the form of this title. Fortunately, the fans could not have asked for a better and more satisfactory salute to the previous decade and final chapter of the (hulk-)smashing blockbuster saga. It is safe to say that Avengers: Endgame is nothing short of the thrilling action jammed movies Marvel fans have come to love and expect.
Ridley Scott is back with a new Alien-film after the mixed reactions of 2012’s Prometheus. The film is called Alien: Covenant and is the second prequel to the Alien-franchise, which started with Prometheus.
Back in 2017 Disney returned with another live-action adaptation of one of their animated films. This time it was up to Beauty and the Beast to be remade and please the audience. But if we look at the final product that the film is, it seems to be that Disney did it more for the money than for the audience. Will the audience end up roaring for the new film or will it just be Disney happily roaring their victory over their audience? I think we all know the answer to that question.