Marvel's Agents of SHIELD (AoS) has gone through its ups and downs over the past four seasons. With the 5th season of the show coming up, I decided to sit down, re-watch and re-hash the first four seasons of the sometimes forgotten branch of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Wally's powers have arrived just in time for the annual Supergirl/Flash/Arrow crossover. 7942
As a part of the CW series crossover event, Oliver and Company (his friends, not the Disney animated movie) find themselves in a dream world.
While trying to help Barry, Caitlin unleashes her powers. 7933
Dylan O'Brien continues his run as a leading man in the screen adaptation of the first novel in Vince Flynn's Mitch Rapp series. 7855
Matthew Vaughn returns with a second installment of the (somewhat) surprise hit, Kingsman. This installment sacrifices some of the franchise's penchant for surprise in exchange for trying to extend the story of the first movie. It also adds some big name actors to draw audiences in. 7851
This is a movie that's so self-aware of what it is that I'm surprised they didn't call it "Deadpool and Elektra save Nick Fury". 7838
Featuring Keegan-Michael Key and Fred Savage, this Netflix series takes a comedic look at the intertwined lives of friends from Harvard as they reunite in their 40's. Backed by a nostalgic 90's soundtrack, the series explores the complications of (among other things) marrying your past with your present.
This quaint rom-com could've been called "My Four Husbands" or some version of "How Stella got her Groove Back" but for white, Gen-X suburbanites. 7826
Logan Lucky is a hillbilly heist movie that spends most of it time tricking you into thinking that it's much dumber than it is. However, the surprise of its intelligence is mitigated by reliance on heist movie tropes. 7820