After years of teasing this bloody Snyder Cut, Zack FINALLY decided to releases it on HBO Max! About damm time. I was getting sick and tired of hearing about this so-called “Synder Cut”
Ever since Marvel revealed the New ‘New’ Warriors to the public and received the massive backlash that they did, I started to think about why we even admired superheroes in the first place. What was it that drew us all to admiring people like Static Shock, Superman, Black Panther, Raven, Batman, Wonder Woman, Spider-Man, Storm etc?
Bird of Prey recently allegedly bombed during its opening weekend and everyone and their mama have speculated on why it failed so much. Well, not everyone! I haven’t yet so here’s my spicy take. It’s the media and, to an extent Ewan McGregor’s fault that this movie failed so much. Heck, I could even argue that Youtubers played a hand at making the situation even worse for DC. Yep!
Joker, despite its infamous reputation with the media, is honestly a work of art. I’ve recently been talking about the movie with some friends and thinking more about what each scene meant, and of course the one scene that has had everyone puzzled, including myself, was the last scene with the Joker back at what looks to be an asylum. At first glance, with all the delusions that Arthur experienced, it was one that left people wondering if the events in the movie actually happened. Well, I think I may have figured out what that last scene meant. I may not be the only one, but when it clicked to me, I had to share it.
I finally went I saw the infamous Joker movie. After months of rhetoric about how the movie will be a gateway for breeding potential mass shooters, as it turns out, it’s got nothing to do with a mass shooting, or even mass killing of any kind. It’s about how one man’s entire life could’ve gone another direction had he not been adopted by a psychotic woman. It’s also about how society can play a role in a person spiraling into madness.
Yep! You read the title right. Apparently, rumour has it that DC comic is hard at work creating a brand character who happens to be Black and is going to be taking up the mantle of Batman. Now, this is something alright, and I don’t even no where to begin.
You know, I know somewhere in the multiverse of comics there’s a child Kal-El that went pure evil and really let loose on his powers. BRIGHTBURN encapsulates on that idea to bring us one scary ass kid.
Shazam is quite frankly one of DC’s funniest and joyful releases to date. It has its flaws but overall, it’s an enjoyable experience.