Avengers: Endgame was great and hugely entertaining, and I’m all set to grab the DVD next week. But first, Honest Trailers tackles the hit and mostly complains about how it handles time travel. Look, you just gotta not worry too much.
Just go with the flow, baby, and enjoy some Avengers: Endgame! I saw it three times in theaters, and while I don’t think it’s as good as Infinity War, it’s still good. Avengers: Endgame is currently sitting at my favorite movie of the year so far.
It seems to be a quiet Monday here in henchman land. So how about enjoying the Honest Trailer for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse? This came out more than a month ago, and I’ve been saving it for a rainy day! Perfect!
They get really clever with this one, which is fun. Being creative is always rewarding and enjoyable. And Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is indeed a masterpiece. So we’ve got that going for us.
I went and saw Shazam! last night and it was great! Very fun, very enjoyable; another quality movie out of DC. I’m excited to see them fully turning away from the horrors of Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice.
Likewise, honestly, I also enjoyed Aquaman when it came out!
The Honest Trailers people are a reliable source of enjoyable videos for me to post on a lazy Friday off from work. They need to get more credit for that contribution to society!
Back in the day, Unbreakable was one of my favorite M. Night Shyamalan films! Then I re-watched it the other day in the build-up to Glass, and it still holds up pretty well. Maybe not as good as it did back in the day, but it’s still fun.
Excellent work, Honest Trailers people! I’m going to see Glass tonight, and I hope that’s good, too! Mostly I need to stop being so old. Who knew it would take more than a decade to get that Unbreakable sequel we all wanted back in the day?
Venom was a huge success and made a ton of money! So not only are we going to get a sequel, we’re also going to get a bunch of unconnected movies like Morbius and Kraven. Because Sony Pictures doesn’t understand that it was Venom himself that sold the movie, not their movie-making techniques. Nobody gives a crap about Morbius.
Honest Trailers nails some of the major complaints about Venom. But it’s like shooting fish in a barrel.