Posts Tagged ‘Marvel Comics’
Settling in with the Marvel formula, Ant-Man is short on surprises, but still long on charm and action.
Film Yap writer Joe Shearer and filmmaker Kate Chaplin discuss "Guardians of the Galaxy" and the role of women in the modern comic book movie.
When you make a comic-book movie, you have to make changes to the comic's history. But these changes were unnecessary, nonsensical and just plain dumb.
IMAX showed a 17-minute clip from "Guardians of the Galaxy." We saw the footage, and we're telling you all about it here! Spoilers ahead!
All the hidden Marvel goodies in Captain America: The Winter Soldier. Warning: Spoilers ahead!
INDIANAPOLIS!! Enter for your chance to win passes to see “The Amazing Spider-Man,” starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, and Denis Leary, Monday, July 2 on Indy’s south side! To enter, do the following:1) Go to any page on The Film Yap (www.thefilmyap.com), read the story and leave a comment at the bottom of the page. […]
A 2-hour-and-20-minute-long hunk of fanboy giddy, "The Avengers" is everything a superhero movie strives to be and more.
This summer's "The Avengers" will raise the stakes of the superhero movie for fanboys. Will they be satisfied with single-hero flicks from here on out?
"Captain America" has arrived at the perfect time, providing patriotism and escapism in this cynical period of American life and cinema.
The blockbuster of summer 2011, this rollicking, crowd-pleasing film offers just enough to move us to 2012, when "The Avengers" makes fanboy dreams come true.
The best of the Marvel movies continues our look at Marvel's gallery of motion pictures.