It’s a clash of the titans between the two highest-grossing superhero movies of all time.
Now the film is even getting praise from traditional outlets. AP is calling it a “poetic masterpiece.” Chicago Tribune claims it makes Furious 7 look like Curious George. The George Miller movie has a stunning 99% on Rotten Tomatoes at this time. I don’t think I’ve heard of this much praise about a fourth sequel since Rocky IV, not that I was even alive back then.
In this week’s episode of Now Conspiring, we’re joined by Reid Jones as we have a spoilery discussion about Marvel’s latest Avengers-related assembly.
Think you caught everything in “Avengers: Age of Ultron?” Well overthink again.
Avengers: Age of Ultron isn’t as dark and dreary as one might expect after watching the trailer, but it’s still a superb action film, even if it’s a bit too familiar.
We’ve all watched that trailer. It gives away the whole movie, including key plot twists. Sometimes you watch a trailer that isn’t even close to what you get in the real movie (we’re looking at you Frozen and Kangaroo Jack). And sometimes, a movie trailer is just plain bad, even though
Pop Quiz: What’s the most anticipated movie of 2015? BUZZER The answer is too many. See, 2015 is shaping up to be a big (and I mean big) year for movies, and the list just keeps growing. Below are just the 15 we know about: (in no particular order) 15. Mockingjay (Part 2)