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The Moral Dilemma of Wanda Maximoff's Grief
The insanely popular show WandaVision on Disney+ raised a whole new collection of questions and interests regarding Wanda being revealed as the chaos magic witch (also known as the Scarlet Witch) who was prophesied in the Darkhold . Everyone is interested in everything about the future of Wanda Maximoff now that she has become aware of her abilities and seeks to explore their range even further. We know she will play a huge role in the upcoming Doctor Strange sequel as well. However, what interests me is the ethical/moral dilemma of her grief and the surrounding repercussions of her magic creating a complex yet satisfying grieving journey for viewers. Was Wanda's Hex an act of evil? Was her avoidance of correcting the issue once being made aware of it inherently evil, or strong denial in grief? Was WandaVision careless in utilizing this plot for Wanda's grief?
Storebrand Captain America
I think Wyatt Russell is a brilliant actor, able to convey conflicting emotions and portray a very flawed character with such accuracy that makes it all the more poignant.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe is the Most Cohesive and Effective Universe of any Genre
This July, Marvel fans crowded dozens of movie theaters, eagerly awaiting the first installation of the franchise after “Iron Man” Tony Stark’s death in Avengers: Endgame. The movie was well received at the box office, earning a 90% on Rotten Tomatoes, and grossing $580 million in the first two weeks. The actor who plays Spider Man, Tom Holland, has only been in the Universe for 5 movies (out of 23), yet he’s made an emotional connection with viewers and become an immediate fan favorite. This is a high contrast with Sony’s Spiderman, whose last movie earned a 63% on rotten tomatoes and is generally known for being a boring and cliche franchise.
I am Fangirl, Hear Me Roar
The next mofo that questions my nerd knowledge and 'tests' me, I'm gonna junk punch until they cry. I was reading a graphic novel outside a theater while waiting for a friend, it was 'Watchmen' my absolute favorite. I've read it ten times and I love it more each time I read it.
Falcon And The Winter Soldier: Easter Eggs And Important Moments From Episode 4: 'The Whole World Is Watching'
Bucky and Sam have been struggling to get along with the new 'Cap', John Walker, in Falcon And The Winter Soldier. That looks unlikely to change anytime soon, with Walker's character taking a very dark turn in the most recent episode.
5 Redeemable Marvel Movie Villains
Marvel Cinematic Universe has been dealing with a lot of compelling villains from the beginning. Some of them are redeemable, and some are too evil to be saved. We have noticed various remarkable villains from the film Avengers to X-Men, who have completely different targets and goals. Out of this wide variety of villains in the MCU, some are very destructive and harm a number of people without any apparent reason. On the other hand, there are also some villains in the Marvel Cinematic Universe who have completely changed the thoughts of the audience by their desire to make a difference. However, they do not know how they can approach this. There are some villains like Nebula from the film Guardians of the Galaxy, who are just minions, follow orders, and wish for a great and better life. In this article, we have discussed some of the MCU villains who are redeemable for the upcoming movies.
A Review of the new Loki trailer
Since the newest trailer for Loki came out, I have been excitedly anticipating many things about the God of mischief’s series debut.
MCU's Loki: 5 Fan Theories That Might Come True
Since the series' announcement in 2018, Loki continues to be a highly anticipated and fan theorized show. Which makes sense considering that, despite his villainous acts, he's one of the most loved characters in the MCU.
The Five Most Interesting Moments In The New 'Loki' Trailer
The new trailer for Loki, one of the most eagerly awaited of the Marvel TV series coming to Disney Plus, has just dropped, boosting excitement for the series even further.
Falcon and the Winter Soldier
The hatred for John Walker grows in episode 2 and I think it boils down to one thing, everything we know about him points to him being a good soldier, including the fact that he was dubbed Captain America by the US government but nothing we know about him even gives us the illusion that he is a good man. The whole tagline for what makes Captain America relatable, loveable and a hero is that he wasn’t a perfect soldier but a good man and John Walker spits in the face of everything that Steve stood for and that's why him being in possession of the shield simply feels wrong.
5 Reasons Why I’m Loving Falcon and The Winter Solider
As a die hard Marvel fan I have loved Bucky since the very first Captain America and when Sam was introduced in Winter Solider, I quickly fell in love with his character as well. So, when the announcement came that they were creating a show around both of these characters, my excitement was through the roof.
My Review of "Iron Man"
Iron Man is probably the movie that started the Marvel cinematic universe back in 2008. It's a classic because it's the pioneer movie that started it all. I remember watching this movie when it first came out and I was blown away. There really wasn't a superhero movie quite like it at the time. So it was a trailblazer for future movies to come. Curiosity got the best of me and I had to give it another viewing.