For a 14th film in a franchise, Doctor Strange achieves a lot of firsts for the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but also highlights its worst underlying problem.
So instead of Iron Man and Captain America [SPOILER ALERT} having a massive brawl at the end of Civil War and going off for a sulk, perhaps for its home-video release Marvel could instead use one of these 10 alternative endings where Captain America and Iron Man get on quite well and everything's nice :)
As we enter Phase Three of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and with it the promise of new, even stranger heroes (*prays for appearance of M.O.D.O.K.)* we thought we'd look back at all the previous entries of the MCU including its TV cousins, and present our vigorous opinions on each one and put them in a handy of order of most shit to least shit.
The best series to date on Netflix is back and it’s bigger than ever.
Daredevil season 2 has everything I could wish for and frankly it’s the most entertaining thing on Netflix right now.
I am a man-child. A man who has never quite grown up enough to call himself a grown up. I still love many of the things I did when I was a kid, this includes dragging my wife to see the latest instalment of the Transformers franchise (Dark of the Moon wasn't quite as bad as everyone else said it was. Yeah I said it). The resurgence of Superhero movies in the last seven years has only reinforced my man-child status and with each passing release from Marvel studios I get so giddy I pee a little bit. This includes Marvel's latest entry in its Cinematic Universe: Ant-Man.