Good note.Nice read but am I missing something or are you not actually naming the films?
Would be really good to have the films your talking about actually listed (especially where you're referring to "17 Marvel films" which to a non-Marvel fanatic like me means almost nothing!)
Just a thought
I think if I'd put a list of all the films in every franchise we'd end up with pages and pages to scroll through.
I guess on this occasion I'll point you to the Wikipedia entry:
There are similar entries for each of the franchises mentioned.
I'll definitely be making note for the future, though, thanks
I broke my own rules and cheered in the cinema at this bit. Also the bit with the rocket launcher.Good shout for Punisher: Warzone.
I much prefer it to Lundgren’s horribly dated effort and Thomas Jane’s watchable (if ultimately a bit bland) take on the character. Travolta was also in his slightly camp bad guy phase with the highlight being The Punisher’s fight with (behemoth-esque) The Russian. Warzone is much more fun than both of those in its gloriously OTT depiction of violence. Who doesn’t want to see (very well cast as Castle) Ray Stevenson punching right through a gimpy bad guy’s face?
I broke my own rules and cheered in the cinema at this bit. Also the bit with the rocket launcher.
Not really a franchise but I am surprised there is no mention of The Parent Trap (1961 & 1998 versions) or maybe a Lindsay Lohan retrospective....
I thought the 3rd was dreadful. The first was good, the second OK...but the third had less appeal then stepping in dog sh*t barefootThe new Planet of the Apes fantastic trilogy took a rewatch, fitting for current pandemic. Think Rupert Wyatt as director is under rated, considering his limited resumé before apes, his Rise movie is the best of the bunch, such a great reboot, a 9.7/10.
Technically Matt Reeves' Dawn and War are amazing, but pacing is not as good. Great music from Michael Giacchino in the latter two films.