Ladies and Gentleman, consider this your one-month warning! Avengers: Infinity War is just around the corner. You have four weeks to train, and by train I mean catch up on, or review, the entire Marvel Cinematic Universe MCU). Lucky for you we have the training manual to help you have your own Ultimate Marvel Movie Marathon. Continue reading “Ultimate Marvel Movie Marathon”
Thor: Ragnarok (2017)
Week 17 – December 18, 2017
Thor’s sister, Hela, is set on destroying Asgard and he must find a way back home from the other side of the universe where he meets up with a former ally… but is he an ally any longer.
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Week 11 – November 6, 2017
Thinking he is doing what is best, Tony Stark activate a peacemaking program that goes awry and becomes violent causing the Avengers to save the world from an extinction level event. As usual, the Avengers battle their enemies with a high level of science-enhanced abilities and comedic relief. Continue reading “Marvel Movie Marathon – Avengers Age of Ultron”
Thor: The Dark World (2013)
Week 8 – October 16, 2017
Hundreds of year after defeating an evil race called the Dark Elves, Jane Foster find the Aether and becomes its host. Thor must then bring her to Asgard before Dark Elf Malekith captures her and uses the weapon to destroy the Nine Realms — including Earth.
Oh and by the way, CLIFFHANGER! Thank goodness the new Thor movie comes out next month.
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Marvel’s The Avengers (2012)
Week 6 – October 2, 2017
Thor’s brother, Loki, is creating havoc again when he gets access to the Tesseract (an energy cube with unlimited power). To fight this new threat, Nick Furry, director of S.H.I.E.L.D, recruits all the superheros to figth the newest threat.
Week 5 – September 25, 2017
Thor, son of Norse God Odin, is banished to Earth. While on Earth his brother Loki wreeks havoc on their home planet of Asgard. Thor must not only find his weapon on choice, he must also get back in the good graces of his father to help save Asgard.
Yesterday, we dropped our daughter, and only child, off at college. Before you ask, yes *sighs wiping a tear away*, we have heard every question related to her leaving for school:
- Are you going to miss her? YA THINK?!?! She’s our baby girl.
- What are you going to do with your time? I don’t know, crawling into a corner and crying seems like a legitimate use of my time. However, I am pretty sure my boss would frown upon that activity in front of customers.
- Are we going to miss watching her play sports? Umm… YES! We have spent the last six years traveling the country with her team who are like a second family.
- You are going to have to re-learn how to cook dinner. Why can’t we cook like normal and eat leftovers for 5 days? That will save us a ton of money in groceries… which I can use to purchase Kleenex in case I decide the corner looks appealing.
We have spent a large percentage of the last 18 ½ years making sure we were raising the most amazing human being possible who we hope will become a valuable member of society. Now we find ourselves with a lot of fill that time. Therefore, we have decided that mind numbing entertainment such as books, music, movies, etc. are just the tickets. Then the thought came to me. What if we watched the entire modern Marvel Cinematic Universe movies in order? That’s like 40 hours, right? Add that to the 40 hours we are at work each week and that will definitely take my mind off things. Then I thought, why don’t I involve all my MouseQuest friends? Surely, we could all use some fun escapism.
Then a plan emerged. Starting next week, we will post one movie per week on #MovieMonday. During that week view the movie-of-the-week. As part of the fun, we will include some fun trivia, discussion topics and accompanying viewing. When you have finished watching the movie of the week let us know your thoughts about the movie or answer the discussion question on Facebook or Twitter using the hastag #MarvelMovieMarathon.
So get ready, grab your popcorn and join the ride! See you next week with our first movie!
Sue Nowicki is an alumna of the 2014/15 Disney Parks Moms Panel. She used to split her time between planning her next Walt Disney World vacation and being team mom to ten high-energy volleyball players where she fills the roles of secretary, navigator, head cheerleader, treasurer, athletic trainer and team psychologist. Now she is contemplating the use of her time as an empty nester. You can follow her on Twitter @MQPodcast.