Okay, I promise that this isn’t supposed to be a series or anything, but I’m going to be touching on subjectivity again here. Less so this time though, so feel free to sit back, relax, and turn your brain off for this one. If you’d like to check out my other articles on the subject click here and here.
I just got back from seeing Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 2. I’m not going to spoil it for anybody; no review, no nothing. If you want to form an opinion on it, go and see it for yourself, or else tune in to the Hit Continue podcast next week when I’m sure we’ll talk about it. Yes folks, there’s no spoilers in this one, with one small exception—I’m going to talk about a small detail of the ending in very broad terms. Continue reading Stupid Things Make Me Cry
I made a point this past weekend to go and see Dr. Strange in the biggest 3D theater I could, and I was not disappointed. I have been looking forward to this movie ever since Benedict Cumberbatch signed on to play the mystical Sorcerer Supreme. If anyone could help make this character believable and bring him to life, it is Sherlock… I mean Cumberbatch. Marvel really has done it again (not very surprising). They took an origin story, something we have now seen over and over, and managed to make it unique and special. Continue reading Dr. Strange: Marvel Does It Again
(Note: I like Captain America. I like his shield. And I know “it’s just a comic,” this is as much a critique as it is a joke. Breathe. You’ll be fine.)
So I was sitting around thinking about Captain America today (as I often do) and I found myself kinda fixating on his shield. Now, I’m an English major and even when I was exposed to physics on a semi-regular basis my grasp of it was spotty at best, but I’m fairly sure that his shield is the worst weapon ever, by virtue of the fact that it’s the best defensive tool ever.Continue reading Vibranium is Goofy