Hey, all! Mark and Jason here with our first reactions on
Ryan got us into a screening tonight (which we really appreciate, by the way), and we had to share our very first thoughts.
Tomorrow night, we’ll be recording our full review with all three of us, which is good, since we’ll have had a little time to process this and maybe be a little more objective, but hopefully this will give you an idea of what’s ahead.
Have a look:
While that title might sound a little lofty, here’s what you’re going to get: we’re going to talk about how superhero movies have both succeeded and failed in depicting their heroes.
What this means is that we touch on everything from Logan, to Deadpool, to The Amazing Spiderman, to the upcoming DC movies (especially The Flash) to The Fantastic Four, John Wick, and more.
Heck, we even sneak in a Star Wars reference as we break down what, in our eyes, makes these types of movies succeed or fail.
Do we tangent?
Oh, yes. Yes, we do. Mightily. Sorry about that, but it’s a hazard of the job, really. Can’t be helped.
Nevertheless, we hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we enjoyed recording it.
Ok, this is it. This is the movie that it seems like everyone has been waiting for since at least 2009, when that bastard of a movie, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, came out, which managed to simultaneously ruin two of Marvel Comic’s most, if not beloved, then cult, heroes: Deadpool and Wolverine.
Deadpool got his redemption in 2016, when Ryan Reynolds not only gave one of his best performances to-date, but also destroyed any lingering career effects of the disastrous 2011 release, Green Lantern.
Is 2017 the year Wolverine finally–after the aforementioned Origins and the only marginally better The Wolverine from 2013–gets his proper cinematic due?
Listen up, because we’re about to break it all down for you.