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This is the Marvel Cinematic Universe at its best!
The Falcon and The Winter Soldier is the Marvel Cinematic Universe at its best with this second episode.
Michael Kastelein's script tackles timely issues, has wonderful nods and references to the comics and the MCU itself all over the place, while making Wyatt Russell's John Walker a sympathetic a**hole that we can't wait to see more of.
Anthony Mackie and Sebastian Star are pure gold together. Funny, witty but at the same time extremely heartfelt. I love the pacing, the dialogue and overall tone of the show. The way we get to explore more of the MCU's daily life is SO GOOD! It's topical regarding all sorts of things that happened in 2020, which makes everything even more real and vibrant.
Vastly different than WandaVision - but no less amazing!
Also the action feels like it's coming straight out of Winter Soldier or Civil War, they're absolutely not holding back on budget with the D+ shows!
This really feels like a 6 hour movie... which makes waiting for next week feel like someone pressed pause ... can't wait for it to go on!
WandaVision: The Series Finale (2021)
Elizabeth Olsen is the Queen of the MCU!
Marvel once again proved to us fans that our crazy fan theories not always turn out to be true😂
Nonetheless it was a very satisfying, epic and emotional conclusion. This show is truly about Wanda becoming The Scarlet Witch. I had to change my shorts after seeing Lizzy in her full on suit. Most badass and hot look ever! Lizzy is going to be Phase 4's most important character and I'm so happy about that!
My favorite scene besides the "Scarlet Witch transformation" is the not-Vision and not-white-Vision conversion. Such a poetic moment.
There are two very exciting post credit scenes leading up perfectly to Captain Marvel 2 and Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness.
Thank you marvel for 2 months of hype and excitement!
Now I can't wait for Falcon and the Winter Soldier 😍
WandaVision: Previously On (2021)
Quite possibly the best 40 minutes of the MCU!
The quality of this show at this point is simply ridiculous. It perfectly shows us what the MCU is all about: to let the viewer feel the complex emotions of the characters (with all their grieve and pain) and to get us fully absorbed by everything that happens.
The penultimate episode is a rollercoaster of emotions. I cried like 4 times. We dive deep into Wanda's past and psyche. Elizabeth Olsen again knocks it out of the park, at this point she's just won my heart completely and SCARLET WITCH became my favorite character in the MCU.
It's a feast for every comic book fan. References all over the place. The dedication and passion marvel is putting into this is exactly why they're at the top of the movie industry.
Prepare to get knocked of the couch of that SHOCKING post credit scene!
Next week I'll bring my tissues and be prepared to get blown away once again.
PLEASE STAND BY
HOLY HELL. SIMPLY AMAZING. And watch out for the credits!
THIS EPISODE HAD IT ALL! TWISTS, TURNS AND EPIC REVEALS!
Kathryn Hahn knocks it out of the park! And OMG Teyonah Parris! Lizzy, Paul & Kat also brilliant!
We got a post credit scene!
Screenwriting at it's absolute best! I cannot wait for next week!
WE'RE IN THE ENDGAME NOW!
We are approaching universe-changing events!
The impressive thing about WandaVision is that despite the one-week wait after each episode, the viewer is immediately back in the action within the first scene. The style and atmosphere are so special and unique. It's hilarious and funny, mysterious and eerie and captivating at all times. I can't wait to see what happens next. This is screenwriting at it's best.
I blinked once and it was over, that's how I felt like watching episode 6. At the same time I've seen much new stuff and thousand new questions are buzzing around my head.
What is Hayward's intention? Why can't Wanda remember anything about how it all started? Can Billy and Tommy survive outside the Hex? What's the deal with Quicksilver? He knew he got shot and died which makes him MCU Quicksilver and not X-Men Quicksilver, but he also knew that Vision died which he shouldn't... because MCU Quicksilver death was before Vision.
There's a big mystery surrounding all this and I can't wait for it to get unraveled in the final 3 episodes!
And after that ending one thing is clear: the real action starts now!
This is television at it's best!
This series is getting better and better every week! It's already up there with the best MCU entries and weaves such complex connections, coupled with endless charisma, finesse, acting skills and electrifying suspense. The confrontation between Wanda and Vision was so intense. Bettany is on fire. Lizzy is on fire. Also the constant change of color coding and format is so satisfying to watch!
And OMG that ending, Feige you crazy genius! Evan Peters returns as Quicksilver and the fans are going gangbusters right now to figure out if he is really supposed to be the Foxmen Quicksilver, which would open the door to the Multiverse, or if someone else is pulling the strings (Mephisto?) and wants to trick Wanda.
If it keeps going this well, it's going to be a feast.
NOLAN DOES IT AGAIN. A mind-blowing, brain-bending masterpiece!
'TENET' is a mind-blowing experience. The way Christopher Nolan separates the inverted world and the regular world is incredibly well organized, even towards the end where all the action comes together like nerve cells of a brain. Also, tying the protagonist's story to Kat's in a way that doesn't feel forced or out of place is a great testament to Christopher Nolan as a writer. If anything, these two stories complement each other so much that it heightens the experience.
The opening scene will go down as one of the best in history. Christopher Nolan is known for his terrific openings, especially in the legendary "Dark Knight" opening scene. TENET" is in no way inferior to that - and after watching it several times, I'd even argue that it's better! The score by Ludwig Göransson is masterful and brilliantly composed. The outstanding composer, who has previously worked on "Creed," "The Mandalorian" and "Black Panther," reaches a new level of compositional perfection here. The action set-pieces gave it a sense of adrenaline. Christopher Nolan has truly outdone himself.
One of my criticisms of Christopher Nolan is that in most of his films, the action set pieces and the editing of that action leave something to be desired. With Tenet, Nolan threw all of my past criticism out the window. The complexity of the individual action scenes was at an insanely high level, the editing of the individual fight scenes was breathtaking.
John David Washington is brilliant as the protagonist. He has the charisma and intelligence of what Christopher Nolan was trying to achieve with the character. This man has a bright future ahead of him.
When Robert Pattinson is on screen, his and John David Washington's presence demands attention. That's the job of a supporting actor. To enhance the performance of the lead actor while highlighting your own strengths in the film so that you get noticed by the audience. Robert did that in a masterful way.
Kenneth Branagh is great as antagonist Andrei Sator, only surpassed by the incredible Elizabeth Debicki, who continues to amaze in her roles. What a woman.
TENET is a film that deserves your full attention, which means no cell phones, no talking, and no eating, because if you lose focus, you will get lost. This film is verging perfection. From Nolan's brilliant script to the sensational acting performances by John David Washington, Robert Pattinson and Elizabeth Debicki to the unprecedented action set pieces, the masterful score by Ludwig Göransson and the fantastic editing by Jennifer Lame.
Nolan has once again revealed to us the inexhaustible power of film. Thanks for that.
Gripping Sci-F with strong characters and outstanding visuals
While some of the space-based technologies seem a bit fantastical ("reatomization" of biological tissue, for example), Neill Blomkamp's Elysium excels at creating a believably brutal environment for people on Earth. The L.A. shown here owes much to Ridley Scott's Blade Runner, but goes a few steps deeper into the city's underworld - a much more sun-bleached place, but also harder, dirtier and grittier.
The story also has the real energy of desperation and some balls in its set-piece action sequences too. While Weta Digital's VFX are quite good, cinematographer Trent Opaloch occasionally overdoes it with the handheld camera - not so much that it detracts from the movie experience, but at times it's a bit overwhelming. In any case, the film's script is compelling (not too far from imaginative) and the cast is solid throughout. In addition to Damon, Foster and Copely, the cast includes Alice Braga (Predators), William Fichter (Contact), Diego Luna (Rogue One), Wagner Moura (Narcos) and Faran Tahar (Star Trek). And if all that isn't enough to interest sci-fi fans, none other than the late great Syd Mead contributed to the film's production design.
Elysium is a very good science fiction action film, with strong characters comprehensible story, and excellent visual design. It's not Blomkamp's best film, but it's his most polished, and it's the one that shows the most potential for his future work in this genre.
The series begins to fully unfold into MCU awesomeness! AMAZING!
WOW! In this episode the series begins to fully unfold into MCU awesomeness!
We blend from the classic sitcom setting and Wanda's reality to the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It feels like coming home and shows how legendary and special this world has become and what value it has for us fans. Truly magical. The episode began with a big surprise! Monica gets snapped back into existence five years after Thanos' snap only to learn that her mother is dead. Maria Rambeau is the founder of Sword. There's loads of storytelling potential for the future (Captain Marvel 2...) and Teyonah Parris is simply magnificent.
Great comeback of Darcy and Jimmy Woo. Wonderful to see a long forgotten character from Phase 1 returning. Witnessing how Wanda's reality affects the outside world and what happens if you go inside was fascinating.
It's the best episode so far, suspenseful, mysterious and insanely creative. It keeps you racking your brain as to what could happen next. Music, script, acting and atmosphere are so unique.
The end of the episode was an INSANE! Dead vision briefly entered Wanda's perception. I can't wait to find out where the story goes from here. 7 days pain again