With so many superhero films bombarding us over the past few years I have decided to put together a top 5 list of my favourites!
Indifference between Captain America and Iron Man cause major problems for the Avengers as they struggle to come to terms with the tragedy they have actually caused.
I must have been under a rock for the past week as totally missed watching this new trailer for Civil War! The build up surrounding this film really has been huge and I am rather excited about it in all honesty. The Marvel Universe has been pretty disappointing recently and I am hoping this will bring it back up the high levels they have set in the past for the different films!
Nice to see they have eventually brought Spider-Man into the same Universe and that was a nice way to end this trailer. Which also made me book my midnight screening ticket, luckily off work that week.
I am certainly Team Iron Man!
Who are you supporting?
One of the worst things about watching a lot of films has to be when your really looking forward to one. It has a lot of hype around it, it features one of your favourite actors, you like the sound of the story. You rush to see it at the cinema when it’s released and when it starts you are expecting a lot (probably the first problem) and in the end you are left feeling disappointed. Sometimes though even a little bit of hope for some films is too much and again you are disappointed as the credits roll.
Our favourite superheroes are back together again for a second outing together. A lot has happened since New York and we have seen Iron Man, Captain America and Thor battle different demons before this story.
Hank Palmer is a big city lawyer and when we first meet him his life doesn’t seem to be going very well, getting ready to divorce his wife and a family bereavement means he must go back home.
Carl Casper is a chef who really does love food and cooking it, but when things go bad after an awful review he loses his job in the restaurant and all credibility in the process. He must then start all over again …
Tony Stark finds himself struggling after what happened in New York and this is taking its toll on him, not sleeping and constantly building puts a strain on himself and his relationship with Pepper. But in true Stark style he also manages to threat the terrorist Mandarin.
The second installment of Guy Ritchie’s Sherlock Holmes with Robert Downey Jr. in the lead role with Jude Law as his trusted friend Dr Watson.