Last week, the first trailer for the Black Widow movie dropped, after YEARS of fans asking for a Black Widow movie since her first appearance in Iron Man 2 in 2010, and thus far the response is a resounding… meh.
It was also interestingly pointed out by Ashley Lynch, a really good film editor and commentor on Twitter, that they had released the trailer at midnight.
Of course, this film comes too little too late for me and a number of other people, due to circumstances surrounding both Scarlet Johannson as well as executive decisions within Marvel Studios itself.
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Hello everyone, lets take a step into the way back machine, and travel back to earlier this year, when two films came out. Both had female leads that were chock full of action and CGI, based on comics, and had the political allegory of fighting back against oppressive systems.
Except only one was an acceptable female lead, and the other wasn’t.
That’s right, I’m talking about the rivalry between Battle Angel Alita and Captain Marvel.
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Hello everyone and welcome to another episode of Brain Food At The Movies, where I talk about Logan.
In short? I really liked it.
And yes, I do have a link as to the clinical trials of the birth pill performed on Puerto Rican women in the 50s that I talked about in the review.
The Dark History Of The Birth Control Pill In Puerto Rico