Saturday, November 27, 2010

Justice League film

Hello everyone (who am I kidding, no one is reading this). I haven't posted in a long time because I had originally thought this to be a diaster. I've had about 2 years worth of stuff now I'd like to write and decided to revisit and rework my blog.

My first order of business is to write about A Justice League movie. Now DC has said they have no plans to do a Justice League film because they think their heroes can stand on their own and don't need to cross over. Plus, Christopher Nolan has said his Batman movies wouldn't work because his films exist in their own diffrent universe where Batman is the only hero (or the first) and the realism of his films wouldn't work alongside Superman and company.

Now they are right, the DC's characters can stand on their own, and their history so rich that they don't need to cross over because they have so much going on that only work with their films (from the Green Lantern Corps, Atlantians, Amazonians, Krpytonians, and others, it would be hard for them to live in the same universe).


After seeing the trailer for Green Lantern I became inspired to cast the rest of the DC universe, which then peeked my intrest on the Justic League, and how it could be done. Over Thanksgiving, a combination of the show Young Justice and the tv special Turtles Forever inspired me and an idea was born on how to crossover the complex universe of the DC's universe.

In 1985 DC comics published a comic called Crisis on Infite Earths (which lead to a semi sequel in 2005 Infite Crisis) that explored the concept of multiverses and characters from diffrent time periods in the DC universe crossing over. In the recent animated Turtles Forever, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles from the new 2003 series meet their 1980's counterpart. They find out their is a multiverse of Ninja Turtles (we get to see the 90's movie, 2007 TMNT, and other comics) which eventaully leads to them meeting their original comicbook counter parts.

This would be a good idea to explore for a Justice League movie. Have the multiverse of the film universes begin to collapse, and the movie versions of theses heroes meet up and have to restore the balance. It would seperate it from Marvel's The Avengers with it being a larger multiverse and alien scale, and make for a new way for the heroes to meet without ruining the continuties of their respected film worlds. Plus, it could work because the alien responsible for the multiverses in the comic Crisis on Infite Earth is Krona, who is rumored to appear in the upcoming Green Lantern film.

Plus, you could show the ultimate easter egg, by showing the many diffrent ways theses characters have been shown by showing the diffrent multiverses (show on screens the Tim Burton Batman films, the original Superman, the 60's Batman tv show, 70's Wonder Woman show, 50's Superman show, Watchmen, Jonah Hex, animted DC Justice League, and other comic story lines like The Dark Knight Returns, Superman Red Sun, All Star Superman, the original comics).

To bring this all together, you need a great director with a background in multiple character storys, pleasing a hard core fanbase, and a talented writter in sci-fi. Marvel got Joss Whedon for their epic team up, and DC should take a cue and get another nerd dream. To direct the Justice League movie...

DIRECTOR-Ronald D. Moore (Battlestar Galactica, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, Roswell, Caprica)
Ronald D. Moore is one of the best writters on TV, being able to handle the complex themes of genocide, human life, fate, terroism, and religion on Battlestar, which was one of the best shows on TV. It showed he could handle complex themes, and his background on Star Trek shows his ability to handle sci-fi with a rich and complex continuity. Moore is someone who takes his work serious, and treats his viewers with respect. Much like Whedon, he's a tv guy who can do work better then some people in the movie business can. I would love to see the guy who brought Buffy in charge of Marvel's big team, and the guy who reinvinted Battlestar helming the Justice League. Moore would bring some serious drama and complex themes to the movies, and would be able to work out the diffrent dimensions.

As for the rest of the creative team. Christopher Nolan is said to be "godfathering" the next Superman movie, and is DC's new poster with him in charge of bringing the Justice League together. I think Nolan would be a great producer, along with his wife Emma Thomas.

As for writters. Ronald D. Moore should write of course, but also Greg Berlanti and Marc Guggenheim, who are the creators and currently write for ABC's No Ordinary Family. Both are also the writters for the upcoming Green Lantern film and are also both writting a movie based on the Flash. So get the guys who brought Green Lantern and Flash with the guy who reintroduced Batman and Superman together with the man who reinvinted Battlestar Galactica and you've got a dream team.

Now, on to the cast.

Superman-Brandon Routh (Superman Returns, Scott Pilgrim VS the World, Zack and Miri make a Porno)
I know they are rebooting Superman (and I have a fancast for that as well that I'll post), but for the sake of this film. I wanted to include Routh because he was the Superman we were hoping for and had such ensuasium about. The idea of him meeting Christan Bale's Batman was our dream and I couldn't resist. Routh was very good in the role of Superman and Clark Kent, and to see him leading the Justice League would be great. He has the commanding prsesence and the leadership abilities and has grown as an actor.

Batman-Christian Bale (Batman Begins, the Dark Knight, the Prestige, American Psycho, the Machinist, Terminator: Salvation, 3:10 to Yuma, Rescue Dawn)
Bale is the Batman for the modern age, and will be the actor who has played Batman the longest with the third Batman film coming out. Now Nolan and Bale have said this will be the last Batman movie for them, and it's a shame. But maybe this could be a place to pick up at. Maybe they could persuade Bale into coming back as Batman for this film, and have the events in this film lead to another actor taking his place, a diffrent Batman from another universe. Now Nolan's Batman doesn't fit into the rest of the superhero world because of how realistic it is, and that in his universe, Batman is the first and only superhero. So this diffrent dimension storyline could work, with Batman going into more fantastical worlds, and other superheroes coming into his world and how it would effect it. Bale is the Batman we all know and we'd all love to see him as Batman in the Justice League, and to see how he could hold againist other heroes.

Wonder Woman-Marion Cotillard (La Vie En Rose, Inception, Public Enemies, Big Fish, Nine)
Now this is from my Wonder Woman fancast (which I'll also publish). Wonder Woman is one of the last great heroes that doesn't have a movie, and we've all been waiting for it. Wonder Woman is one of the hardest superheroes to cast because we all have our own idea of what she should be. Marion Cottiard is all the things Wonder Woman should be. She's smart, beautiful, and strong, and a good actress who has shown wowed us time and again. Being a superhero would be the next step in her career and I can't picture any one more beautiful, intteligent, and better then her to play Wonder Woman.

Green Lantern-Ryan Reynolds (Green Lantern, X-Men Origins: Wolverine, the Proposal, Buried, Adventureland, Blade Trinity, the Aminitville Horror, Waiting…)
Reynolds is the Green Lantern now, and to have a Justice League movie without the actor that brought him into the spotlight would be a crime. Reynolds is bringing someting new to the role of Hal Jordan and I can't wait to see what he brings. And it would be great to see Reynolds in a movie with Christian Bale, Marion Cottiard, and Brandon Routh. Plus, Green Lantern would be an inesential part of the film because his space origins and roots would help to explain the multiverse and the transdimensions.

The Flash-Bradley Cooper (The Hangover, the A-Team, Valentine’s Day, Yes Man, Wedding Crashers, He’s Just not that into you, Case 39)
There has been a rumor of Cooper being cast as the Flash, and that just really seems to work in my mind. He was one of the choices for Green Lantern, but I see him more as the Flash because while the Flash can be funny, he also is supposed to have a dark side to him that Cooper can play really well. He has the look of the Flash and seems like an actor for a superhero, and he could bring something diffrent to the Flash. Plus, Warner Brother's really likes him and since they are the owners of DC, it could help. The Flash's super speed and time travel plot lines could really help with the idea of diffrent dimmensions for the plot of this film. And it would be fun to see Cooper and Reynolds in the same movie.

Aquaman-Adrian Grenier (Entourage, the Devil Wears Prada)
This one, I know is a wierd one, but I can explain this one.'s because Grenier character on HBO's hit show Entourage plays Aquaman in a fictional movie, and now I can't picture an Aquaman movie without him. I see why he would be chosen, he has theses really noticable blue eyes, that are calm like the ocean and that you'd think Aquaman would have. Plus, Grenier really is a good actor and I'm suprised he isn't a bigger star. So this would be a great way of life immitating art.

Martian Manhunter-Ralph Fiennes (Harry Potter, Schindler’s List, Clash of the Titans, the Hurt Locker, the Reader, In Bruges, the English Patient, Quiz Show)
I was just talking about how Ralph Fiennes always plays the bad guy and why he hasn't really been a good guy before. Martian Manhunter was always a hard one to cast, because I always pictured him being done with CGI or makeup and was always trying to cast a voice. No one seemed right to me, but it just sort of hit me...Ralph Fiennes would be perfect. Fiennes has such a great voice, which can be intellegent but also very cold, like the Martian Manhunter should be. Plus what better way to show you can play a hero then to play a superhero. Fiennes has such a great body of work, and to have someone of his presence and body of work in this movie would really help, and he would make the character into something much more.

Thoses are the main 7 that I would want to appear in the film. The rest are just other DC heroes I'd like to see join the Justice League in later films.

Green Arrow-James Roday (Psych)
I know I cast him as Captain America, but I knew that was never going to happen (and neither will this), but Roday is such a great actor and I see so much potential in him that I would love to see him play a superhero. A few months ago, back in February I was thinking about a Green Arrow movie, and to me Roday fits Green Arrow more then he does Captain America. Green Arrow was a party boy who becomes a hero, and a very political liberal hero. Roday is good at comedy, but he is also good at serious dramatic moments, and I think he would be a great Green Arrow. Green Arrow is one of my favroite superheroes and Roday is one of my favroite actors as well, so it just fits.

Black Canary-Diane Kruger (Inglorious Basterds, Troy, Joyeux Noel, National Treasure, National Tresssure 2: Book of Secrets)
It always seemed right to me for Kruger to play Canary. Kruger has such a beauty about her, but also can be tough and strong and hold her own in a movie (espically in Inglorious Basterds). I really can't explain why this seems right to me, it just does.

Hawkman-Daniel Craig (Casino Royal, Quantum of Solace, Cowboys & Aliens, Snatch, the Golden Compass, Road to Perdition, Munich, Defiance)
There was a rumor a few months back, saying that DC was doing a Hawkman movie. I've never really taken an intrest in Hawkman, and don't know that much about him. But I did do a little research, and he has to be tough and strong, with a certain royal look, but also beaten up. Which describes Daniel Craig. Craig just screams cool and badass, and he's the first Bond who can look good, look cool, but still belive he can kick ass. Craig has a certain look beaten up look to him that would work so well for Hawkman, as a big tough guy.

Atom-Jason Bateman (Arrested Development, Juno, Up in the Air, Hancock, the Kingdom, State of Play, the Break Up)
Much like Hank Pym in the Avengers, it is hard to take a hero who can shrink seriously. But Atom like Pym is a cocky scientest. But unlike Pym, who I always saw as young, I saw Atom as a little older and a guy who is still trying to stay young. Maybe an older guy who is still acting young. Bateman plays the negative side of that in Juno, and you really despise him at that point. But Bateman is a really funny guy and we've seen it in so many movies, and I'd like to see him play a superhero.

Zatanna-Kate Winslet (Titanic, Eternal Sunshine of a Spotless Mind, the Reader, Revolutionary Road, Sense and Sensibility, Finding Neverland)
Winslet is a 6 time academy award nominated actress (and won once). Winslet is such a beautiful and talented actress and the idea of her playing a superhero would just be incredible. I know it will never happen, and it is very unlikly will see this character on the screen, but Winslet to me would be the perfect choice. Winslet is so talented and would bring with her the wide range of films she has done. Zatanna is a really underrated characters and I would personally love to see her in a film.

Captain Marvel-Sage Brocklebank (Psych)
Captain Marvel is an interesting hero in the sense that his alter ego is a little boy. He is a little boy who becomes a man, but is still a boy. Sage Brocklebank is a tall guy, and you'd think he'd be a superhero by now, but the main reason I chose Sage was because he has the look of a little boy in his eyes, and in his voice and attitude where he seems like a little kid in an adult body, which is what Captain Marvel is.

Doctor Fate-Hugh Laurie (House, Sense and Sensibility, 101 Dalmatians, Stuart Little, Monsters VS Aliens, Flight of the Phoenix, the Man in the Iron Mask)
Dr. Fate is just such a cool hero. Something about his outfit looks so cool and his presence that that costume brings has to be cool, so you've got to get a good actor, with a great voice. That's hard but Laurie is such a talented actor who can do so many types of roles, and Fate would be no problem for him. Laurie has such a presence and a voice that is already cool, and to see him in that outfit would only be cooler.

So thoses are my choices to play the main members of the Justice League, the core 7 and the back up characters. A Justice League movie is possible with the right team behind it. A great director, writters, cast and crew. A story based on diffrent universes to combine theses legendary heroes in to one massive film with a grand epic scope that would cross numerous universes.

Tuesday, June 24, 2008


Well, summer time is here, and when we think of movies, we think of action movies, old franchises, TV adaptation, and superhero movies. Now, people are getting sick of superheroes and I am to, but superheroes are part of summer in my mind because they have been part of summer movies. This has come to my attention since I read this article by Entertainment Weekly.,,20203168,00.html
Now here is why superhero movies have a special place in my heart, in order of release.

X-MEN: My first superhero movie that I saw was in the year 2000. I remember opening day, me, my cousin Phill, and my grandpa went to see this because Phill was a big X-Men fan, having watched the cartoon and I had grown to like them seeing the cover they had on Empire Magazine of the X-Men and the Brotherhood. Phill was so excited to see this that he didn’t even want to miss the previews; we got there an hour early because the theater was packed on opening morning. While waiting, he explained the story of the X-Men to me and my grandpa and even showed us the characters from the Empire Magazine covers. The theater was filled and when the lights went out and the film began, I was thrown into the world of the X-Men and the marvel universe. After that I played the X-men games with him and watched the cartoon with him. I was hooked.

SPIDER-MAN: One of the few family gatherings we had, only The Phantom Menace, Attack of the Clones, X2, and Indiana Jones: Kingdom of the Crystal Skull is where my whole family went to a movie all together. My aunt was a big Spider-Man fan and ordered tickets weeks in advance and I even skipped out on a school play to see Spider-Man. My aunt had showed us the Spider-Man animated cartoon and we were given Spider-Man toys and saw Spider-Man everywhere we went. Then, we filled up a whole row and got I got to see Spider-Man for the first time in 2002 and then, I and my cousins bought the video game. Although now, I really don’t like Spider-Man but it has a special place in my heart.

X2: X-MEN UNITED: After the first X-Men, I had bought X-Men toys (Toad was my favorite) and I had started watching the new cartoon, X-Men Evolution which showed me all of the X-Men and my favorite was Nightcrawler. When I heard the Nightcrawler was going to be in the sequel, I shit myself. Me and my whole family went on opening night May 2, 2003. When the film started, at the time had the best opening to a movie ever where Nightcrawler attacks the Whitehouse. I was confused, because Nightcrawler was a hero in the TV show, but it was an action packed superhero film with a dark subject and became one of my favorite movies of 2003.

HULK: This is my favorite superhero and one of my favorite movies now, but when it came out, I hated the Hulk, seeing him as the most stupid heroes. Me, my dad, and my cousin Anthony went to the Hulk on opening weekend; I secretly liked the movie but had to say I hated it because at the time I was to cool for the Hulk. Now, I love the Hulk and that is one of the greatest movies I’ve ever seen.

HELLBOY: Now, I wanted to see this in theaters but never got around to it. Then, I bought it on DVD and was going to watch it the next morning. My cousin Phill was living with us at the time and was not very interested in the movie, but used it to test out his home theater system and really liked it. Then, me and him watched it and it was one of those movies that doesn’t look at a superhero movie but it was just so fun to look at and would show you that this guy would make a movie like Pans Labyrinth.

SPIDER-MAN 2: This movie came out the day after my birthday and I parted late that night and my aunt woke me and my cousin Phill up at eight and we arrived at the theater at 8:30 and it didn’t even open tell 9. Then, we sat in the theater for an hour waiting for one, okay movie. Then, after the movie, me, Phill, and my other cousins were all guessing what the villain for the next one would be. I thought it would be Venom, my cousin Ragnar thought it would be Hobgoblin and my cousin Phill thought it would be both (we thought that was stupid, because Spider-man only fought one villain per movie). But, next year we were proven wrong. Also, 2004 was a good summer for me because a lot of movies came out that year (a lot of them weren’t great, but I have fond memories of them) like Van Helsing, Kill Bill 2, Hellboy, Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, Troy, Around the World in 80 Days, The Terminal, I, Robot, Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy and Alien VS Predator. A good summer in my mind.

BLADE TRINITY: Not a summer movie, but still a superhero film. I remembering not expecting much from Blade but I came out laughing and bought the first two and now love Blade.

FANTASTIC 4: This was one of the few movies I expected I’d like. I saw this with my mom the day after it came out because everyone else was doing something else. I laughed and became a Fantastic 4 fan. I enjoyed it at the time and it just stuck out to me that not all superheroes need to be serious. I also remembering thinking it felt very real, I don’t know why. It just did. Also, like with 2004, 2005 was a good summer and I don’t see why people didn’t like it. You had Star Wars III Revenge of the Sith, Batman Begins, War of the Worlds, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Lords of Dogtown, Wedding Crashers, Sky High, The 40 Year Old Virgin, The Brothers Grim, March of the Penguins, and Kingdom of Heaven.

BATMAN BEGINS: Now I did not see this movie the week it came out. I didn’t even see it the month it came out. I saw it three months after it came out, some time in September. I said, because Phill was a big Batman fan and I said I would go see it with him and he didn’t get around to it. So, one day, we caught a double feature of War of the Worlds and Batman Begins. Now, I had just seen all of the Batman films, shown threw Phill, and I’ll talk about them later but I remember, it was a small theater, little screen, only me, him, and four other people where in the theater. I was blown away on how the film looked and how it looked like Blade Runner, Batman, Hulk, and The Machinist rolled into one film. Then, I remember at the end of the film, when Commissioner Gordon is talking to Batman about a robber with a taste for the theatrics. Phill grabbed me and when he said, leaves a calling card. Phill held his breath and when they showed the Joker card. Phill shouted YEAH!!! (Now, I’m just as excited about it as he is). Also, we talked about who should play the Joker (Heath Ledger was nowhere on the list). Phill said the only person to play the Joker, because he loves the joker, he is skinny like the Joker (I’m not kidding, he really is) and could do the role very dark.

X-MEN: THE LAST STAND: Now, when I heard about this, I was more excited for this then for Superman Returns (now I love Superman) and I was upset that he left for Superman and I thought X3 would be the best thing. I went with my grandpa and I thought it was a good action film but it lacked the story of the first two. I was upset that Nightcrawler and Gambit weren’t in it and that Colossus, Shadow Cat, Leach, and Angel (who was one of their biggest marketing campaigns) were barley in the film. They just kept showing Storm and Wolverine. Also, even though the film had a cool action climax, it seemed rushed and could have been better. Also, 2006 was the strangest in my mind, there wasn’t much. There was this, Superman Returns, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, the Da Vinci Code, Mission Impossible III, the Break Up, Cars, My Super Ex-Girlfriend and Little Miss Sunshine.

SUPERMAN RETURNS: I was not a big superman fan and just thought this would be another superhero movie. I saw it the day before my birthday and it blew my mind. It became my favorite movie of 2006 and I saw it six times. It just brought something new to Superman and had great action sequences, perfect casting, and one of the best opening sequences I’ve ever seen in a movie. The score was so powerful and it just blew my mind. Then, after that I watched the first two Superman movies and I am now a big Superman fan and can’t wait for a sequel. YEAH!!! SUPERMAN FOREVER!!!

GHOST RIDER: Know, this didn’t come out in summer and I just wanted to say it sucked. I should have known with Mark Steven Johnson (Daredevil). Who at Marvel thought, this guy screw up one of our superheroes, lets let him screw up another hero.

TMNT: I saw this movie because Phill showed me the teaser after Comic-Con and it looked awesome. It looked like Batman Begins for the turtles. Now, I never liked the turtles, I thought they were just a little kids heroes with surfer accents. But I went in and I enjoyed it. It was fun and not as bad as I thought it could have been. Also, it made me want to watch one of the most successful Independent Movies of all time, the first Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

SPIDER-MAN 3: The best Spider-man movie in the franchise (that’s not saying much) but I really liked this movie because it was fun, cool action, a felt more for all the characters then in the first two, it was funny, and the villains had something more to them to make them 3 dimensional. Green Goblin really had no plan; Doc Ock was going to destroy a city with him in it. Venom just wants to kill Peter, Harry just wants to kill Peter and avenge his father, and Sandman wants to get money to cure his daughter. I saw this film with my mom on opening morning and went to a ten o’clock showing. It just was so cool to me and they did everything right with this movie. Now this was the best summer in movie history with this, Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End, Knocked Up, Ocean’s 13, Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer, Ratatouille, Transformers, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, The Simpsons Movie, 28 Weeks Later, Superbad, Stardust, Live Free or Die Hard, and Sicko.

FANTASTIC 4: RISE OF THE SILVER SURFER: This movie has a special place in my heart. Going to see this movie was the first things I ever did after I got out of the hospital, having spent two and a half weeks there. I had to set in my hospital bed watching previews for it on TV the week it came out and then, my cousins bought me a little poster of the movie that hung in my hospital room for the whole time. My whole family got to see it and I said, the first two things I want to do where get some Chinese food, and see this movie. It was like getting out of prison and being the first thing I did. This could have been Batman and Robin and I would have loved it. This was a good sequel, it was funny, had some cool visuals, action scenes were what they wanted, and they made Galactus look cool.

TRANSFORMERS: This was one of the most anticipated movies last year and I count these robots as superheroes because they are heroes, they are unordinary, and they have saved us. Now, I was very disappointed with Transformers. The trailers were awesome, I shit myself in excitement when I saw Optimus Prime. My problem with this movie can be summed into two words…Michael Bay. In a perfect world, it would be a James Cameron film. Now, this movie was riddled with problems. They used headshots in fights, wide shots in conversations, they jumbled together too much, they didn’t show enough action, and they decided to go more for humor then action. I paid to see Optimus Prime fight Megatron, not see Bumblebee get Shia LaBeouf some action. The Optimus vs Megatron fight lasted two minutes and Optimus Prime went down like a bitch. Two punches and he is down. Optimus wouldn’t take that shit from Megatron. He would pull out his laser gun, shot him a few time. Punch and kick him, then stab him in the face and have more trash talking. It seemed to rush and they also didn’t show the Decepticons at all, just at the end. Now me, my cousin Phill, my aunt and her kids all went to see this the day before it officially came out and I felt like I wasted my money because I wanted Transformers, not Michael Bay humor feast with robots. I hope he doesn’t screw up the sequel.

IRON MAN: 2008 began the summer movie season of with a bang. With Marvel’s next superhero, Iron Man. I wanted to see this movie so bad because of the cast of Robert Downey Jr. (looks like Tony Stark and is funny, as seen in Kiss Kiss Bang Bang and Zodiac), Gwyneth Paltrow, Terrance Howard, and Jeff Bridges (The Dude in The Big Lebowski) and directed by Jon Favreau (director of Made, Elf, Zatura and writer of Swingers). All those combined and it sounds like a good film. I did not see this on opening day or the day before it came out because, I didn’t have a ride on Thursday, Doctor Who was on Friday, and I went to a school dance on Saturday. I went on Sunday morning and it had a very fun look to it and Robert Downey Jr. was great. It will be known as the next Spider-Man or Batman and a sequel is scheduled for April 30TH, 2010.

SPEED RACER: Just wanted to say, FAN FUCKING TASTIC. It will blow your mind with the great visual and fun story. Don’t expect great dialog, just expect a fun film that will blow your fucking mind with visuals (seizure is expected). It looks like a five year old on acid or if you blew up a crayola crayon box. PLEASE GO SEE IT

THE INCREDIBLE HULK: Now let me just say, I went into this movie not wanting to like it, mainly because I loved the first one so much and when I heard they where rebooting it, I was pissed off and was turning a little green myself from anger and disgust. But when I went to go see this on June 14TH, the day after it had came out. I was way to busy doing other stuff on Friday the 13TH, like staying away from Black cats, not getting near a mirror, and pouring so much salt over my shoulder. But on Friday the 14TH, I went to the movies with some friends and I was blown away on how fun it was. It was a fun action packed ride and all of my hatred of Edward Norton went away and I had such a fun time. The final action scene was the Hulk VS the Abomination (Tim Roth). With his love interest (Liv Tyler) who I don’t really like and wish she would transform into Jennifer Connolly and William Hurt who replaced Sam Elliot (why?) as General Ross, a general who wants the Hulks power as a weapon. This film did lack the character development, acting, unique editing, and good back story. This is just an action packed film with big explosion, lot of running, and weapons of mass destruction. The film ends with Bruce controlling the Hulk and Tony Stark asking Ross if he wants him to help his form a team. When I saw this I shit myself, the fact the Avengers are coming to the big screen and that Robert Downey Jr. was even in this was awesome. But all in all, this was a fun film and deserves to be watched.

So, Superheroes have been apart of my super for as long as I can remember and I hope they are here to stay because what would we do without them, come up with original ideas…not in this life. But the superheroes are here to protect us from the dark realm of the real world and take us to a world where we can leap tall buildings in a single bound, surf threw space, and where tight costumes. Now that’s all I’ve seen but I will write a review on Hancock, Hellboy 2: The Golden Army, and The Dark Knight. I’m the Movie Phoenix, I write about nonsense because I want to.

Saturday, May 24, 2008

My 1st blog

Hey everybody, this is the Movie Phoenix coming to with my first blog and the launch of the site. This blog will be to tell you what is going on in the world of movies and TV, and I guess if your interested, my life. But please forgive me on all the spelling errors, punctuation problems, and all the stuff.
But I would love to give you a list of movies to check out right now to get ready for the summer.
1) Hulk-to get ready for the disaster, Incredible Hulk
2) The Indiana Jones trilogy-for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
3) Batman Begins-so you can know what is going on in The Dark Knight
4) The Star Wars prequels-To know what is going on in Star Wars: Clone Wars
5) Hellboy-so we know what is happening in Hellboy 2: The Golden Army
That’s all I can think of for right now. Also, go see Speed Racer it’s a good film to watch. It’s all colorful and much more fun than Transformers.
I’ll soon come with you with movie reviews and a summer movie preview review. See you later.