Marvel Movie Marathon – Avengers: Infinity War

Avengers: Infinity War (2018)


Avengers: Infinity War begins where Thor: Ragnarok left off. However, as the citizens of Asgard are trying to escape they are met with forces of Thanos trying to steal the Terract containing the space infinity stone from Loki. Thanos, who fashions himself as some kind of eco-warrior, is on a quest to gather all six of the infinity stones so he can “save” the universe from over-population and overuse of natural resources. However, to do that he and his soldiers must fight different teams of Avengers to gather the remaining five stones he needs to complete the set. Once the set is complete, he will have the powers of time, space, reality, power, mind and soul. Continue reading “Marvel Movie Marathon – Avengers: Infinity War”

Marvel Movie Marathon – Black Panther

Black Panther (2018)


Beginning where Captain America: Civil Wars left off, Black Panther/T’Challa’s (Chadwick Boseman) father, the King of Wakanda, has died and he must step up to take his rightful place as king. However, ruling Wakanda has unique challenges not even T’Challa’s father could have prepared him for. Continue reading “Marvel Movie Marathon – Black Panther”

Coco Movie Review

MOVIE: Disney•Pixar’s Coco
RUNNING LENGTH: 1 hr 49 min
MAIN CAST: Anthony Gonzalez (Miguel), Gael Garcia Bernal (Hector), Benjamin Bratt (Ernesto de la Cruz), Alanna UBach (Mama Imelda)
SYNOPSIS: Coco is the story of Miguel, a boy born into a family of shoe makers. Miguel’s family have forbidden music in their home because his great-grandfather abandoned the family to pursue a career in music leaving his great-grandmother and grandmother, Coco, all alone. Miguel, who has a deep love for music, goes on a journey to find his great-grandfather so he can convince his family to let him play.

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Marvel Movie Marathon – Captain America: Civil War

Captain America: Civil War (2016)

Week 13 – November 20, 2017


This the first movie in Phase Three of the MCU. In this installment, the Avengers are in deep doodoo after the events of Avengers: Age of Ultron so the powers that be want to create some accountability for them. This creates some dissention within the team causing the Avengers to pick sides.

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