Quantumania’s excess of fictional liberties weakens the narrative and potential of the the Marvel movie.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever Celebrates a Legacy and Embarks on a New Journey
The newest Black Panther release commemorates Chadwick Boseman and continunes the saga of the Marvel action franchise.
Weynand: Marvel’s Decision to Not Recast T’Challa After Chadwick Boseman’s Death Was The Right Choice￼
Arts Contributor Jack Weynand expresses optimism in the direction of the Black Panther franchise on the precipice of the new movie after Boseman’s death.
Shakespearean Tragedy Meets the Thriller Genre in ‘Foul Lady Fortune’ ￼
Chloe Gong’s ‘Foul Lady Fortune’ explores identity and history in her novel surrounding crime in 1940s Shanghai.
‘Shang-Chi’ Deftly Symbolizes Development Through Action
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings could have easily been a lower budget, half-baked attempt at diversity sprung up to take advantage of America’s recent fascination with Asian media. In a surprising turn of events, the film’s gripping fight scenes, thoughtful character design, and electric soundtrack actually make it one of Marvel’s most…
DiPatri: What Makes a Movie Great?
Photo editor Maggie DiPatri tackles the great movie debate on acclaimed versus entertaining movies.
‘Daredevil’ Defends Netflix’s Marvel Collaborations
While other Marvel Netflix shows are being cancelled, ‘Daredevil’ is the light at the end of the tunnel.
Marvel’s ‘Iron Fist’ Fails to Pack a Punch
Marvel’s ‘Iron Fist’ returns for its second season on Netflix with a lackluster plot, underdeveloped characters, and poorly designed battle scenes that leave viewers underwhelmed.
‘Ant-Man and the Wasp’ Shrinks Under Pressure of Cinematic Universe
Solid performances by Paul Rudd and Michelle Peña aren’t enough to help Marvel produce more than microscopic success at the box office with its latest release ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp.’
‘Avengers’ Services Fans Well, Remains Bogged Down in Content Fatigue
‘Avengers: Infinity War’ excels through fan service, but the film doesn’t manage to escape the sense of overcrowding, disparate plot lines, and general fatigue.