Tag: tom holland
A Future Bond and Blofeld? Tom Holland and Harry Melling!
It’s 2033 and the argument/debate/wrangling/discussions/squabbling over who is going to be the next James Bond still haven’t been resolved. “We have to make sure that we get the right person for this most iconic of roles” has become something of a mantra being heard chanted with the offices of Eon Productions. Personally, I am of […]
Movie Review – OnWard
OnWard is just another average Pixar movie. Average for Pixar; better than most anything else. The trailer reveals the gist of the story, but the central theme is left out. I won’t ruin it for you here by saying what it is, but it has the Pixar magic. What Pixar does consistently– and better than […]
Lyrics and Video to Blitzkrieg Bop from Spider-Man – Homecoming
Part of why Spidey’s Marvel Cinematic Universe showing in Spider-Man: Homecoming and Avengers: Infinity War is better than any previous Spider-Man attempts lies in the fresh charm of Tom Holland, and the lively writing of Marvel’s producers and staff. Homecoming captured the rebooted hero the same way that only Mark Ruffalo’s Hulk fans identified with in […]
Mark Ruffalo Spoils Avengers 4 Title – Or Does He?
Mark Ruffalo, as Marvel’s Hulk, talks a lot — unlike the Hulk, actually. Ruffalo’s been known to accidentally drop many a spoiler on talk shows, followed by an “ooops” face, and usually an unsuccessful attempt to pass it off as a joke. It seems he just did it again, live with Jimmy Fallon. Maybe. Possible […]
How Marvel’s Spiderman Fixed the Franchise
How many Spideys have graced (or disgraced) (or Topher Graced) the iconic young superhero on the big screen over the last few decades? This is the THIRD go at it in the modern era — but you probably knew that. How come Tom Holland’s performance in the Marvel Cinematic Universe is considered superior? This video […]
Movie Review – Spider-Man Homecoming
Definitely one of the better Avenger movies, and I would say it’s easily the best *Spider-Man* of the bunch. This is a much lighter film than its predecessors. There was laughter throughout the movie, with a few really hilarious moments. The acting was superb. Tom Holland, as the Spider-Man, was delightful. Michael Keaton (Vulture) brought […]