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Marvel’s Agent Carter Gets A Sneak Peek
21 hours ago
Marvel’s Agent Carter is heading your way on January 6th, and you can finally get a decent look at the show.
The next venture in the Marvel television universe is a different game from what people might expect, and has little in common with the film and television efforts people are used to seeing. That’s hard to call good or bad at first glance, but it’s certainly an interesting move. Adding to the confusion, my best guess is that if you’re a fan of Marvel’s Agents of Shield, that doesn’t necessarily translate into being a fan of this one. That means recommendations are a confused affair.
As much as I never took to Marvel’s AoS, especially considering that it is a show that would have been pulled after two months at most if not for the fact that it is a marketing vehicle »
- Marc Eastman
Ru? Instant Reaction Review Podcast Ep. 116 – Tmnt, The Giver & Sin City 2 Reviews
17 November 2014 8:08 AM, PST
Here was a depressing week that hit us over the summer, and yes, we’ll be trying to keep up with posting these better (and catch up in the first place). Consider the official score the sum total of the three film experience. The Giver was the most depressing, and is hitting on Blu-Ray now (and with some nice bonuses), but the other two are as worthy of a pass as any films this year.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles was basically everything you feared. There may be some value here for the younger audience members, but overall it left what potential it had untouched, opting for the most boring effort at spectacle for spectacle’s sake. It isn’t interesting enough to kickstart a new push of toys that anyone will buy. If you have to watch it with the kids, there are a couple of decent moments.
The Giver was just too overworked, »
- Marc Eastman