After surviving a near fatal bovine attack, a disfigured cafeteria chef (Wade Wilson) struggles to fulfill his dream of becoming Mayberry’s hottest bartender while also learning to cope with his lost sense of taste. Searching to regain his spice for life, as well as a flux capacitor, Wade must battle ninjas, the yakuza, and a pack of sexually aggressive canines, as he journeys around the world to discover the importance of family, friendship, and flavor – finding a new taste for adventure and earning the coveted coffee mug title of World’s Best Lover.
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The Craft (1996)
Teen movies might want you to believe that high school was all about keggers and beautiful cheerleaders, but we prefer The Craft’s version of events. Featuring a quartet of angsty teens who turn to witchcraft in the face of personal high school horrors, The Craft casts a spell that leaves you wishing you had an occult stor on your local main street.
At approximately 25 minutes, this short foreign film was actually kind of enjoyable. I could tell the pulled from a lot of different sources (eg. ‘Insidious’ Paranormal Activity’ ‘Woman In Black’, ‘Candyman’, and hell even ‘Supernatural’ has covered this lore), and mashed them all together.
Let’s just start this off by saying this movie was great. It tied in amazingly with the rest of the MCU and really made me look forward to seeing more of Tom Hollands version of Spider-man. Yet, just like many marvel movies, it did have its flaws at points.
“What can you say about a movie about life guard crime fighters?” I think that question says it all! The movie is a parody of the TV show, and hits the mark in all the right places Ranging from the hot lifeguards, to their slow motion running, this movie has it all.
Who thought “Wonder Woman” would be the movie DC got right? They failed, or had mediocre movies in comparison to Marvel’s movies, but this one was actually amazing. It was funny and exciting from start to end!
Creative Director Bill Rosemann gets you caught up on all the updates on Marvel Future Fight
Marvel.com’s got a man inside Marvel Games.
For over two decades Bill Rosemann has a part of the Marvel family, from his time as a freelance writer for Marvel Age magazine, to marketing copywriter, to “Your Man @ Marvel” blogger, to writer of the Deadline limited series, to editor of dozens of comic series including Nova, Black Panther, Thunderbolts and Avengers Academy. Bill also helped launch the Disney Kingdom imprint and was part of the team that co-created the modern day Guardians of the Galaxy. Bill is now Creative Director for Marvel Games, where he uses his knowledge and passion for the House of Ideas to collaborate with partners around the world on hit titles for console, PC and mobile devices.Continue reading YOUR MAN AT MARVEL #18: MARVEL FUTURE FIGHT’S SECOND YEAR ANNIVERSARY→
Legend (1985), now here’s an oldie. Recently I received the special directors cut of this movie and decided to do a review on what I think about it. I remember loving this movie as a child and admiring the makeup and practical effects, and still do because they’re amazing, but… oh boy is there a lot I can say about this movie, or can’t say. Continue reading Jake’s Take: Legend “Directors Cut” (1985)→