Saving the World Archive

  • Premiere Date: July 7, 2013 Produced by: Man of Action, Marvel Animation Directed by: Eric Radomski Starring: Laura Bailey, Troy Baker, Adrian Pasdar, Bumper Robinson, Roger Craig Smith, Fred Tatasciore, […]

    Avengers Assemble, Episode 1

    Premiere Date: July 7, 2013 Produced by: Man of Action, Marvel Animation Directed by: Eric Radomski Starring: Laura Bailey, Troy Baker, Adrian Pasdar, Bumper Robinson, Roger Craig Smith, Fred Tatasciore, […]

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  • <strong>8/10</strong> for a solid plot, strong characters, interesting character development, fantastic action, amazing acting, and wonderful writing.

    Marvel’s The Avengers

    8/10 for a solid plot, strong characters, interesting character development, fantastic action, amazing acting, and wonderful writing.

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  • Release Date: June 3, 2011 Produced by: Bad Hat Harry Productions, Donners’ Company, Marv Films, Marvel Enterprises, Marvel Studios, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation Director: Matthew Vaughn Writers: Ashley Miller, […]

    X-Men: First Class

    Release Date: June 3, 2011 Produced by: Bad Hat Harry Productions, Donners’ Company, Marv Films, Marvel Enterprises, Marvel Studios, Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation Director: Matthew Vaughn Writers: Ashley Miller, […]

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  • Measuring a trilogy film against the rest of its cohorts is inevitable. To my surprise, I liked this one better than the second one but not as much as the first. The first third of the movie was REALLY tasteless, but once the ball got rolling, I dug it a lot. I think it kind of dragged on longer than it needed to, but I enjoyed it because I often think that the Last Battles of the Film aren't long enough in that the action is all packed -- and resolved! -- in twenty minutes. And the suspense was done pretty well. I was mighty excited to see things like Sentinel Prime, the Arc, Optimus Prime's long lost trailer, and space bridges, but they definitely played it fast and loose with the canon...

    Transformers: Dark of the Moon

    Measuring a trilogy film against the rest of its cohorts is inevitable. To my surprise, I liked this one better than the second one but not as much as the first. The first third of the movie was REALLY tasteless, but once the ball got rolling, I dug it a lot. I think it kind of dragged on longer than it needed to, but I enjoyed it because I often think that the Last Battles of the Film aren't long enough in that the action is all packed -- and resolved! -- in twenty minutes. And the suspense was done pretty well. I was mighty excited to see things like Sentinel Prime, the Arc, Optimus Prime's long lost trailer, and space bridges, but they definitely played it fast and loose with the canon...

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