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Thor movie review (Quick Reviews)

Here’s my review of Thor (2011) – it’s a tale of two movies, so to speak.  One is better than the other, but neither are terrible.  You can see my other Quick Reviews MCU episodes here.

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Guardians of the Galaxy (Vol 1) movie review (Quick Reviews)

I can’t remember the last time I felt so differently about a movie after I watched it the second time, but such is the case with Guardians of the Galaxy.

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Captain America: Civil War movie review (Quick Reviews ep 7)

It’s finally here! Captain America: Civil War, is this week’s episode of Quick Reviews. Also: check out reviews The First Avenger and The Winter Soldier.
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Captain America: The Winter Soldier movie review (Quick Reviews ep 5)

Continuing our run up to Captain America: Civil War, here’s this week’s episode of Quick Reviewsa review of the second Captain America movie, The Winter Soldier.
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Captain America: The First Avenger movie review (Quick Reviews ep 4)

 

I’m sure you’ve seen the Captain America: Civil War commercials on TV and, in preparation for what is (for me) the most anticipated movie of the year, I bring you the fourth episode of Quick Reviews, a look at the first Captain America movie, The First Avenger.
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Ant-Man quick movie review

Marvel’s Ant-Man is the latest installment (by my count, this is the 11th movie in the franchise) in their Cinematic Universe and is currently soaking up all of the box office money.  Isn’t it amazing that Marvel has just released a movie starring one of its lesser known protagonists and yet it’s still debatable whether or not DC Comics can even get their franchise off the ground?  I digress… frankly, Ant-Man is business as usual (more than usual, actually), but that doesn’t mean it’s not good fun.  Read the rest of this entry

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