Comic Book Films

The Trailer Dog Park: “Deadpool 3” and “Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire” are coming to save the cinematic world!

Howdy Folks! Here’s a couple of new trailers for some highly anticipated movies coming later this year. The first is the number one viewed trailer of all time. Ryan Reynolds and Hugh Jackman finally share the screen together in “Deadpool And Wolverine” the third in the high successful film series. Based on Rob Liefeld’s Image comic, Deadpool is a different kind of hero whose raunchy (and hilarious) antics differentiate him from the run-of-the-mill superhero films. This trailer should set minds at ease as to whether Disney would water down the merc with a mouth. The next is the latest Godzilla and Kong movie. Entitled “Godzilla x Kong: The New Empire” this new film promises an epic team-up between cinema’s two most iconic monsters as they must team up to face an even deadlier adversary. Both films look like a lot of fun. Enjoy the trailers! So Sayeth The Kendog!

The Trailer Dog Park: “Aquaman 2” and “The Creator” Anchoring Some Big Science Fiction In The Coming Months!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here with a couple of new entries for the Trailer Dog Park. Sit back and relax as you enjoy trailers for some of the biggest upcoming films releasing later this year. First we have “Aquaman And The Lost Kingdom” the long awaited sequel to James Wan’s DC tenpole. Jason Mamoa returns as the underwater superhero and fights an old enemy in Black Manta. Looks appropriately bonkers! Next is the next film from Gareth Edwards, the mind behind 2014’s “Godzilla” and “Rogue One.” This one’s an original film called “The Creator” and details mankind’s battle for survival against AI only with a slightly different twist than “Terminator” or “The Matrix.” This film looks huge and could be one of the hits of the season. Edward’s work has been stellar so far and I can’t wait to see this one. Enjoy the trailers! So Sayeth The Kendog!

Dog’s Movie House: “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” a delightfully crazy romantic comedy disguised as a superhero film!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here with a look at the long-delayed sequel to the 2018 hit “Venom,” a film that managed to become a success despite being a film about a Spider-Man villain that didn’t feature Spider-Man. It succeeded because of a gonzo performance by Tom Hardy, some funky special effects, and a script that gets the character right despite the familiar story beats of a standard superhero film. “Let There Be Carnage” ups the ante when it comes to the bromance between the symbiote Venom (voiced by Hardy) and Eddie Brock. The two are in full old-married couple mode when they have to face a new symbiote that has merged with a serial killer named Cletus Kasady to become the powerful Carnage. Both Venom and Eddie are forced to deal not only with their own complicated relationship but with the consequences of their actions when it comes to both Cletus and Carnage.

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Dog’s Movie House: “Deadpool 2:” Crazier, More Fun Than The Original!

 

Howdy Folks!  It’s The Kendog here with my review of “Deadpool 2!”

X-Force prepares to leap into action in “Deadpool 2”

 

 

When “Deadpool” hit theaters in February of 2016 it took the cinematic world by storm, becoming the worldwide highest grossing R-rated for a movie in history.  With a witty, hilarious script by Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick and assured direction by Tim Miller, along with a bravura performance by Ryan Reynolds as the Merc With A Mouth, “Deadpool” was unlike any other comic film made.  I’m happy to say that, aside from a change in director (damn those “creative differences”), everyone’s back for the inevitable sequel, making “Deadpool 2” the rare follow-up that’s actually better than the original. Continue reading

Dog’s Movie House: “Black Panther” Great Comic Book Movie: Not Quite The Second Coming!

Howdy Folks!  It’s The Kendog!

Chadwick Boseman In “Black Panther”

 

 

Ever since Chadwick Boseman suited up as the Wakandan superhero The Black Panther in “Captain America: Civil War” folks have been quite excited to see T’Challa return in a solo film of his own.  Now that time has finally arrived and my fellow critics are falling all over themselves telling everyone how revolutionary “Black Panther” is, calling the film a game changer and as important to racial equality as King’s March In Selma. (Well, maybe not that last part, but you get the idea.)  Now as a middle-aged white dude I’m in no position to speculate about the influence this movie will have on African-American moviegoers.  I do know that “Black Panther” is an excellent film that does several different things from other Marvel films while firmly entrenching itself in the greater Marvel Universe.  As good as “Black Panther” is, it’s still just a movie though.

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