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‘Uncharted’ Is a Bland Action-Adventure Movie

This February Tom Holland starred in the live-action adaptation of Uncharted, a game I never played but have known loads about for a while. When Tom Holland was cast as the iconic game character Nathan Drake fans of the game weren’t that pleased. I understand why now.

Uncharted is your typical find-the-treasure movie but it lacks all of the pizzazz of a film like Indiana Jones or even The Mummy. The action sequences aren’t fun or lively, the humor left me deadpan, the story was as generic as it gets, the music was terrible, and the plot twists were foreseeable; all in all, Uncharted is as bland as it gets.

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‘Morbius’ and ‘Fantastic Beasts’ Get New Trailers

With The Batman arriving in two days, the movie season has officially begun. And that of course means more trailers. Here are the newest trailers for Morbius and Fantastic Beasts.

While this trailer is still surprisingly withholding a lot of information, mainly about the film’s antagonist, it is making sure to remind people that the Sony Spider-Verse will still be very prominent in this new story. Seeing Michael Keaton’s Mr. Toomes in this trailer is intriguing, for sure. I still feel like we could see the eventual culmination of the true blue Sinister Six, led by Vulture, and consisting of a new MCU iteration of Venom, Morbius, Kraven the Hunter, Scorpion, and potentially the return of Mysterio who I still believe is alive.

I will definitely be watching this in theaters on April 1.

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Why Am I Upset that ‘Morbius’ Got Delayed Again?

I have been so disinterested in Morbius that I didn’t even realize this film had been delayed seven! times. And yet its latest delay to April 1 has gotten me a bit bummed.

After enjoying Venom: Let There Be Carnage and Spider-Man: No Way Home I am fully invested in the Sony/MCU’S universe now. Of course, I have a theory on why this film had been delayed (they’re having secret reshoots with Andrew Garfield so they can incorporate him in some capacity) but I may be wrong.

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‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ Just Did That

Okay, I know this is a bit late but I’ve been freaking out for the last two hours because No Way Home actually does manage to live up to the hype. It literally checks all of the boxes whether you’re a diehard Spider-Man fan or a simple MCU enthusiast (I’m the latter) this movie does not disappoint.

It’s funny, it feels like a real journey for Peter Parker, and it made me cry quite a bit more than I wanted to. Be ready to have tissues on hand.

I have so much to discuss, so many theories to throw out there, but for now I’ll tell you this; Spider-Man: No Way Home is the best live-action Spidey movie by a mile. There’s literally nothing wrong with it and that’s hard to say for any movie.

Great job, Marvel Studios. I’m giving this movie 97 out of 100 and 4.5 out of 5 stars. And the only reason why I’m not giving this movie a perfect score is the fact that I don’t want to see it a second time in theaters. But that doesn’t take away from the fact that it was a phenomenal achievement of a film and a marvel (no pun intended) to watch in a packed, very enthusiastic theater.

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‘Venom: Let There Be Carnage’ Is Pure Chaos and I Loved It

I watched Venom and I wasn’t a fan. There was a little bit of promise among the irking storytelling but overall it was not a film that felt fun to look at. The same cannot be said for Let There Be Carnage.

This movie is a thrill ride from start to finish with a chaotic story that is actually easy to follow and a villain who lives up to the title of this film. I was utterly shocked at how violent this movie was. Once the ball got rolling it just never let up and I was smiling/grimacing all the way.

Venom' Sequel Opens to $90 Million at Domestic Box Office - Variety

If you decide to watch this movie do not expect a masterpiece because it isn’t one. It is a legitimately funny-loss-of-brain-cells type of movie that solidifies Eddie Brock and Venom as one of the best duos in Marvel. I can’t believe I’m saying this but I honestly can’t wait to see these two at it again saving people and eating heads.

Oh…and I advise watching this movie before Spider-Man: No Way Home if you can because there’s a post-credits scene that’s going to BLOW YOUR MIND!

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The Tragic Reason Why the Multiverse May Be In ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’

Well, we’re seventeen days away from Spider-Man: No Way Home and that means I’ve got to bring back this post. Enjoy!

The trailer teased a lot of interesting things but one thing that is very clear is that it will include the multiverse. And have a theory why. Hold on to your butts. I’m about to go dark.

POTENTIAL SPOILERS AHEAD!

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