Which Comic Book Movies Were the Most Profitable?

*This is an update to a post I wrote a few years ago There are two ways to judge the financial success of a movie. The first is the box office gross, and the second is return on investment. For most movies, the only numbers we really have to look at are production budget and … Continue reading Which Comic Book Movies Were the Most Profitable?

Comic Book Movie Rewatch: Justice League

I really enjoy movies based on comic books, whether they be good like The Dark Knight, or bad like The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen. Every time I watch one (or re-watch one) I write up a post with my thoughts. I try to be spoiler free, but the older the movie, the less careful I … Continue reading Comic Book Movie Rewatch: Justice League

Comic Book Movie Rewatch: Batman: Mask of the Phantasm

I really enjoy movies based on comic books, whether they be old like Superman, or new like Wonder Woman. Every time I watch one (or re-watch one) I write up a post with my thoughts. I try to be spoiler free, but the older the movie, the less careful I am. This time it was … Continue reading Comic Book Movie Rewatch: Batman: Mask of the Phantasm

Strengths and Weaknesses in the DCEU and MCU

A while ago, I wrote a post comparing the DCEU approach to the MCU. I focused a lot on suspension of disbelief, and how Marvel's light hearted tone allowed for a greater level of forgiveness than DC's darker approach. Now, after each franchise has released a few more movies, I've decided to go back and … Continue reading Strengths and Weaknesses in the DCEU and MCU

Comic Book Movie Rewatch: Doctor Strange

I really enjoy movies based on comic books, whether they be based on well known comics like X-Men, or more obscure titles like Hellboy. Every time I watch one (or re-watch one) I write up a post with my thoughts. I try to be spoiler free, but the older the movie, the less careful I … Continue reading Comic Book Movie Rewatch: Doctor Strange

Comic Book Movie Rewatch: V for Vendetta

I really enjoy movies based on comic books, whether they be intentionally comedic like Men in Black, or unintentionally comedic like Ghost Rider. Every time I watch one (or re-watch one) I write up a post with my thoughts. I try to be spoiler free, but the older the movie, the less careful I am. … Continue reading Comic Book Movie Rewatch: V for Vendetta

My Predictions about Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase 4

I'm just guessing. Take all this with a grain of salt. The End of Phase 3: Likely Events: No more Chris Evans, Robert Downey Jr., Tom Hiddleston, or Chris Hemsworth None of these actors are under contract for any movies beyond Phase 3 Chris Evans and Robert Downey Jr. are signed on for Civil War and … Continue reading My Predictions about Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase 4