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AvengersAgeofUltron

It’s Ultron’s Age, we’re just living in it.

An Uncommon Geek review (more…)

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TheAvengers2012movieposter

In anticipation of Age of Ultron’s imminent U.S. theatrical release, this Uncommon Geek wanted to take another look at its prequel, and examine why it was such a hit. (more…)

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Guardians of the Galaxy

In their most ambitious film since The Avengers, Marvel takes the plunge into the final frontier with their latest blockbuster, Guardians of the Galaxy! The Uncommon Geek has you covered, with a full review, and a podcast with initial impressions of this newest Marvel movie. Spoilers are included! (more…)

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Yggdrasil

In part two of my geeking out over Norse Mythology, I explore the Norse Cosmos, and where it diverges from what you see presented in mainstream motion pictures, such as Marvel’s Thor. (more…)

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Captain America The Winter Soldier Movie Poster

Marvel’s newest entry in Phase Two of their Cinematic Universe, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, has officially released today. Join me on The Uncommon Geek for a full review of Marvel’s latest blockbuster, a film that exceeded my personal expectations, and one that is easily the best follow-up to The Avengers yet. SPOILERS AWAIT! (more…)

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Thor 2011 Movie Poster

With Thor: The Dark World about to release on video, I have decided to take a look back at the first, surprisingly good Thor motion picture from 2011. Without further ado, let’s get our Viking on! (more…)

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Thor The Dark World

Be warned: Spoilers await!

Thor returns to the big screen in Marvel’s second follow-up to 2012’s smash hit, The Avengers.

Marvel Studios has kicked Phase Two of the Marvel Cinematic Universe into full gear this year, first with Iron Man 3, and now with a sequel to the surprisingly excellent Thor motion picture from 2011. While Thor: The Dark World continues the same unfortunate trend of movies having gritty and edgy sounding subtitles because, well, that’s what is popular and cool right now (I’m looking at you, J.J. Abrams), this Marvel movie hasn’t lost the wit, heart, and humor that has been a big part of the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe thus far. (more…)

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