Batman is like the James Bond of superheroes. It’s hard to imagine a time when they’ll ever stop making Batman movies. Between now and 2022, there’s even going to be three live action Batman’s, as if one wasn’t enough.
The Last of Us is my favorite game ever made. It’s a masterpiece with compelling characters, a story that is fleshed out with meaningful themes, and a complex world filled with tragedy, but even more so, hope and redemption.
2020 has been an interesting year to say the least. It’s almost surreal to say that a remake of The Invisible Man hit theaters earlier this year. Although I wasn’t looking forward to its release, I was pleasantly surprised by how well made the film turned out to be.
As much as we love the journey, nothing is more rewarding than the payoff of a good ending. It’s the last thing you see of the movie, but it’s also the first thing you remember when it’s over. A bad movie could be saved by a great ending, as well as a good movie could be ruined by an awful ending.
While we honor our everyday heroes, the essential workers that are risking their lives for the greater good, I wanted to honor my childhood hero, Stan (The Man) Lee. For two decades, Stan Lee was Marvel Comics primary creative leader.
With no new superhero movies coming out in the near future, let’s take a look back at the superhero movies that not only changed the game, but defined what it means to be a hero. Here are the top 10 best superhero movies!