[Header Image: Tom Holland as Peter Parker | Sony Pictures Releasing]
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“Bitch, please! You’ve been to space.”
As someone who could be convinced to watch anything Spider-Man related and who has kept up with the MCU all these years, Far From Home was an instalment that I was a little more than excited to see, especially with how good Spidey’s other solo movie – Homecoming – was to watch. While I’m still not one hundred percent sure when I stand with this movie, I did enjoy it and I would probably consider it one of my favourite movies from the MCU so far.
It definitely has the charm we got to see in Homecoming that gives the Spider-Man movies it’s very own vibe to help it stand out a little in a franchise with a lot of other instalments. It doesn’t necessarily hit quite as well as it’s predecessor but the humour is definitely there and it did manage to make me laugh out loud a handful of times in a way that felt incredibly genuine and not forced at all. It also continues to balance its comedic moments with the more serious ones which worked especially well in Far From Home because it follows on from the giant that was Endgame. There was a perfect balance between dealing with the fact this movie follows on from the events of Endgame but yet Far From Home is never overshadowed and instead, is able to grow and become its own thing. Something I appreciated was that we got see how Peter was affected by the things that happened and they never sugar coated it or pretended like it never happened.
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[Header Image: Jon Bernthal as Frank Castle, and Giorgia Whigham as Amy/Rachel | Netflix]
From the moment the first episode started I knew I was going to absolutely love this season. To avoid spoiling anything, let’s just say it starts with a car chase, Frank (Jon Bernthal) is covered in blood, guns, and a mystery girl (Amy/Rachel played by Giorgia Whigham). It was very suitable for this show and it most definitely felt like I was stepping back into the world of Frank Castle.
[Header Image: Sony Pictures Releasing]
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I wasn’t too far into Venom when I realised I was going to love this movie. Is it perfect? No. Is it the best superhero (/anti-hero) movie ever made? Probably not. But do you know what it is? Entertaining as hell and a good start to what I hope is more movies to follow.
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[Feautred Image: Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures/Marvel Studios]
After seeing this movie I can safely say that is incredibly important that it isn’t spoiled by anyone. There is a lot that could be spoiled so I would be surprised if you find out everything before you get the chance to see it.
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[Featured Image: Netflix]
The moment we found out that Frank Castle/the Punisher was getting his own series I said it was probably going to be my favourite, and now that I’ve seen it I can pretty much say that that’s true. When it comes to the other shows Daredevil is my favourite and I would honestly put the Punisher just above it or on par with it.
I will say this make sure you watch Daredevil (especially season 2) before this. By watching it you will have a bit more insight into some of the characters and what led up to the events of the Punisher.
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Featured Image: The Defenders [Netflix]
The Defenders manages to blend the four different styles of the other shows in such a perfect way that’s easy and pleasant to watch. It’s familiar and comforting while still feeling brand new.
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