As was the case with many years in the decade of 2010, the last calendar year was packed with comic books and superhero movies! Some releases featured Marvel characters, DC characters and more. We were amused throughout the year because of it.
There weren’t any that were great at all – not even by the imagination, but each had its positive points. As people who love comic book superheroes, we liked each one (at least for a small amount) regardless.
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In the year that The movie, Split became available in the year 2016, the final scene in the film delivered the most amazing surprise of all – that it took place in the 2000s Unbreakable!
In the year 2000, the third film called “The Unbreakable Trilogy” was released with the name Glass.
The film portrayed different worlds, including Samuel L. Jackson’s Elijah Price, AKA Mr Glass, Bruce Willis’ David Dunn, AKA the Overseer James McAvoy’s Kevin Wendell Crumb, AKA the Horde colliding when all three men discovered themselves imprisoned in the same institution the Raven Hill Memorial Mental Institute.
It’s a very dialogue-heavy film that runs slow. It’s not an ordinary superhero film in any sense of the imagination. Although it’s not the best (some individuals claimed it was the lowest level of M. Night Shyamalan’s filmography), We think the critics were harsh about the film.
It was full of interesting (if not wholly preposterous) turns, and James McAvoy was fantastic as Crumb. However, the main problem was its difficult-to-understand timeline, which meant that it had the peculiar and contradictory quality of being difficult to keep up with despite its slow speed.
While fans of the original Hellboy films were disappointed not to have Ron Perlman reprise his role as the demonic hero, the possibility that Stranger Things’ David Harbor would be taking the part of the character meant that the sequel was highly anticipated.
However, it was not as great as we had hoped. However, we believe it received criticism harsher than what was needed from certain critics.
It was R-rated, unlike the Perlman films, which were perfect because of the straightforward character of the title. However, something wasn’t quite right.
This film has been described as soulless, devoid of the imagination and creative spirit of the earlier films.
Mainly, the critiques were directed at the narrative, dialogue, computer-generated effects, unbalanced tone, and over-the-top gore. However, the makeup effects and the performance of Harbor were all highly praised in truth; they certainly made the film worth the time to watch.
The gritty actor was terrific and deserved more than the plot and script he had to work with. We hope he has an opportunity to return as the main character in an upcoming sequel that resonates with more people soon.
Brightburn is an alternative superhero film created by Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn and written by his brothers Brian Mark and Brian Mark.
With taglines such as “he’s not here to save the world”, “I’m not here to save people”, and “evil has found its superhero”, It’s safe to claim that this is different from other superheroes’ offerings.
The film is about Brandon Breyer – a young child of alien origin born on Earth and realizes he has powers beyond his comprehension.
After learning of his abilities and being brainwashed by the ship he was on, Brandon rejects his humanity, becomes a villain, and terrorizes his home town (the titular Brightburn is Brandon’s super-name) and his parents, and eventually all of the world.
He’s a bit like Clark Kent, but he’s completely different. Clark Kent, his Earth childhood and the transition to becoming the superhero Superman.
It’s a decent flick that has delivered on its dark story premise and its horror elements. Elizabeth Banks’ performance as Brandon’s mother, Tori, was excellent – however, it didn’t seem as if it had reached its maximum potential.
This is the film to watch if you’re looking to break away from the stereotyped comic book stories.
4: Captain Marvel
The First Marvel Cinematic Universe movie released in 2019 was the highly-anticipated Captain Marvel – it made history as the first MCU solo film with a female character (Ant–Man and the Wasp was not the first solo film).
Brie Larson played the title Carol Danvers, and she performed – with the cast of Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendelsohn, Djimon Hounsou, Lee Pace, Lashana Lynch, Gemma Chan, Annette Bening and Clark Gregg, everyone who was there was entertained.
The film showed Danvers changing to Captain Marvel after Earth became involved in a galactic war between two civilizations from another galaxy, the Skrulls and the Kree.
It was not praised for its convoluted plot and lack of originality in the formula used to create it, which meant it didn’t get as much praise as the other MCU films of 2019.
However, the team’s acting was highly well-received (especially by Larson, Jackson, Bening and Mendelsohn) in addition to the action. The presence of an actress who defied the notion of objectification was awe-inspiring.
The film also featured Goose – the beloved cat-like character that was incredibly deadly, and that alone is reason enough to make it an absolute must-see!
5: Fast Color
Now we’re going to present the subject of a review that could surprise a few. We’re anticipating a large portion of our readers haven’t ever heard of this film; however, it’s a great one. We’re confident.
Fast Color is a low-budget production that, due to problems with the studio, didn’t receive anywhere close to the budget for marketing it was hoping for.
In the end, it did not reach a lot of the public and earned a mere $76,9116 in the theater, which is a pity.
It featured Gugu Mbatha Raw as Ruth, a woman with extraordinary powers. She is currently on the run from police and scientists who are trying to investigate and control her.
It’s much more grounded than most superhero films starring Marvel and DC characters. It isn’t filled with the wild action we’ve expected in superhero films – however, Mbatha-Raw’s performance is extraordinary.
Even though its execution can be somewhat uneven at times, If you’re, like we said, among the millions of people who aren’t aware of the film, we strongly suggest doing all you can to take a look. You will not regret it.
6: Spider-Man: Far From Home
The second Spider-Man film from the MCU – and the last film of the series of 23 films Infinity Saga that’s spanned eleven years – debuted this year in the form Spider-Man Far from Home.
Tom Holland reprised his role as Peter Parker, as the Queens native set out to Europe for a school excursion but was being recruited by Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury (who turned out to be a Skrull) to battle an array of creatures from the elements (who were later revealed to be fakes invented by Jake Gyllenhaal’s Special Effects Master Mysterio).
It contained an amount of everything: the typical action of superheroes, striking visuals and special effects, a fantastic villain and hero, teen romance, humor and much more. It was a great way to set the scene for the future in the MCU.
The entire cast was fantastic. However, the chemistry of Tom Holland, Zendaya and Jacob Batalon made it so memorable.
Spider-Man Homecoming was remarkably difficult to follow, as was Avengers Endgame regarding MCU release dates. However, its ability to prove that Far From Home can stand up against them all reveals all you must know about it.