Posts Tagged ‘x-men’
"X-Men: Apocalypse" delivers another nail in the coffin for the godfather franchise of modern superhero cinema.
"Deadpool" is an oddly earnest, endlessly naughty take on the classic cinematic superhero origin story.
Fantastic? Not really. Four? Kind of. Marvel is licking its chops right about now, ready to bring home the first family.
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.
Sidekick or sideshow is often the best Hollywood's little people can do. But Peter Dinklage, and a few others, have shed stereotypes to stand tall as villains.
"The Wolverine" isn't flashy, but it's entertaining and engaging, which is more than you can say for most movies this summer.
The Film Yap crew is joined by special guest stars to discuss "The Dark Knight Rises" and assess the state of the superhero genre.
Tim Story's second shot at getting the FF right continues our look at Marvel Comics' big-screen films.
Sam Raimi's franchise-killing threequel continues our look at the series of Marvel films.
The Nicolas Cage superhero vehicle continues our look at the Marvel Comics movie lineup.
Brett Ratner's off-putting threequel continues our look at the Marvel movies.
The big-budget, summer tentpole release of the Fantastic Four continues our look at the Marvel movie lineup.
Our look at the Marvel Comics Movies continues with this putrid spinoff of "Daredevil."
The webslinger comes into his own as we continue to look back at Marvel Comics' series of films.