“Are you happy, Stephen?” is the question haunting the master of the mystic arts after the Snap. People have died because of his actions in allowing Thanos to succeed for the greater good, and lives are in disarray. Christine has moved on, Wong is the new Sorcerer Supreme and he can’t help but feel the guilt leading to Thanos’s defeat. During Christine’s wedding, Strange and Wong rush to face to face a demonic entity chasing after a teenage girl, America Chavez. America, born with an alarming gift allowing her to openly travel between the Multiverse is on the run from a demonic force wanting her powers. Strange turns to the most powerful magic user on the planet for aid, an Avenger, only to find himself face to face against the broken, vengeful Scarlet Witch that will do anything to get her children back, even if that means destroying the Multiverse to do so. Can the former Sorcerer Supreme stop the fallen Avenger?
Holy Crap, this movie is a trip. I loved it but I also love Dr. Strange and Scarlet Witch; this is totally a Marvel nerd movie. There’s a lot going on but I never found it hard to follow. There is a lot of ambiguity and plenty of room to speculate which I appreciated. The movie has a shit ton of disturbing, frightening scenes and a hell of a lot of fan service for fans of Evil Dead and Evil Dead 2: Dead by Dawn without skipping on being a badass superhero flick. Elizabeth Olsen absolutely steals the show as Scarlet Witch, becoming a tragic villain after the fallout from Wandavision . Honestly, the whole cast was damn good and a lot of the cameos, 2 of which I got giddy for, I hope make a return in the MCU. The visuals were insanely epic and beautiful and frightening. With all the good, I am going to say again, that this movie is going to be a cluster if you aren’t up to date on the MCU or have a foreknowledge of the comics; this is NOT a movie to shut your brain off to. In the end, Dr. Strange 2 was a damn good time and a superior sequel I recommend checking out. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
Oh dear…besides Ms. Marvel, I’d heard nightmare stories on the development here. I think comic She-Hulk kicks ass; this iteration made me cringe. She-Hulk herself looks really off and the CGI isn’t really convincing. I’m glad to see Tim Roth back as Abomination but that’s kind of the best I got here. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
This made my week. I do get particularly giddy over new Lantern stuff. I’m ecstatic this is a Jon Stewart movie and I love we got Hawkman from the upcoming Black Adam movie to voice him in this movie. I’m excited because the designs seem to harken back to old JLA animated series days. I can’t wait until it hits HBO. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
This game has the vibe of Limbo underwater and that is really cool. While it kills a lot of cool art potential, the black and white is interesting underwater. I hope the game can stand out but looks interesting enough. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
I really want to sit down and get into the Boys but I never really got a chance to. I can say it season 3 looks really cool. I love Jansen Ackles as Soldier Boy. Plus I always loved Karl Urban so I’m happy to see him again. I think it’ll be a cool season. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
What the hell hasn’t Mario done at this point? He’s been a Dr, played golf, raced gocarts, been in a universe of paper, and traveled to other worlds so why not this weird soccer-type game? Why this exists I don’t know but I hope the fans have a blast. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
I have to admit, Predator 4 angered me in so many ways I didn’t bother seeing it, so this is the first in the series since Predators I’ve been excited for. I love that this movie isn’t present-day and we’re getting a more traditional, suspense movie. I’m excited for it to drop on Hulu. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
I have no clue this series existed but I love the animation and artwork. While these kinds of games seem more of Savior’s thing, I can appreciate the hard anime influence. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
Hey guys, remember James Cameron making the movie about overgrown smurfs? Remember being the very definition of a theater movie? Well we’ve come a long, long way since 2009 and honestly, I think it’s too little too late. Am I invested in Avatar 2? Nope. Do I know anyone that is? Not really, especially when the MCU, Star Wars, and a host of more well-known, better-aged series still running. May the gaming gods bring you glory.
Well, I’ll give Netflix this, this seems to have more production value than Welcome to Raccoon City had. In some ways, I like what I see. In others, I don’t like that we’re going into the apocalypse again. If this is based on the games, I couldn’t really tell but I’m curious rather than pissed. May the gaming gods bring you glory.