The third installment of the Iron Man storyline chucks Tony out of the suit for a spell to fend for himself, while we get harbingers of what’s to come (can anyone say “Ultron?”). Let’s unpack Iron Man 3!
This time it’s Jane’s turn to enter a different realm as Thor brings her, and the weirdest of the infinity stones, to Asgard. Let’s see if this sequel can overcome sequelitis…
This is our first review/reaction to a newly-released feature film in the Avengers series, so SPOILERS lie within! Join us for a rundown of this latest installment of the Avengers and one of the most highly-anticipated of the superhero movies.
We took a deep dive into the Infinity Stones and figured it was best to break it out into a mini-pod. If you need a rundown of the Stones and when they appear, this is it!
“It’s an old fashioned notion.” Getting a group of unique and powerful individuals to be a shield for the world? Let’s see if the assembly of the Avengers works!
When you’re getting ready for war, you need a soldier… even better if they’re a SUPER one! UnpauseIt travels back in time to see the origin story of Captain America, a.k.a. Steve Rogers, and how the First Avenger laid the groundwork for MCU.
UnpauseIt leaves behind the mortal coil to join the Nine Realms where Thor, God of Thunder, is learning how to be a king the hard way. This movie review covers parenting, pride, and our proclivity to turn just about anything into a chance to grill out.
The Avengers continue with the release of Iron Man 2 in 2010, and UnpauseIt reviews how this film figures into the overall story of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (as well as the evolution of Tony Stark). Plus: arc reactors.
Just a few weeks after Iron Man was released, The Incredible Hulk hit theaters to keep up the momentum of the Avengers series… did it provide the one-two punch Marvel hoped for?
UnpauseIt launches its review series of the Avengers films, brought to us by Marvel Studios, with a look back at Iron Man (released in 2008). Robert Downey Jr. led off what would become one of the largest franchise projects in the history of cinema, and he fully channeled the character of Tony Stark as Iron Man.