Preparing For Marvelā€™s Infinity War

Although it’s a few months away I’ve began my watch through of the Marvel Cinematic Universe movies for when Infinity War is released. My plan is to have watched all of the movies that are available on BluRay by the time Black Panther is released.

I love these movies, the way each one works on its own but is also part of that bigger picture. It’s quite exciting to be on the brink on what has been building for the last decade.

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A Not So Easy Sunday

This Sunday I’m planning on watching the last two films in my Marvel Movie Marathon (Iron Man 3 and Thor: The Dark World). And I’m planning to work on Chapter 3 of Project Apollo. As well as do a little more reading of the book I’ve received and ARC for. I still need to tidy up as I’ve got a shed load of paper work to go through. This is mainly all the little snippets of stories that I’ve written as well as notes that I’ve scribbled down on paper. That in mind I need to write up all the notes that I’ve written down over the last few weeks especially. This week alone Chrystalyn and I have spent almost six hours in two sittings brainstorming, that reminds me I need to do some reading on a research topic for The Residents, so obviously I have a fair few notes to write up.

Am I going to get all of this done? Absolutely not, I’m going to give it a bloody good go though šŸ™‚

Movie Monday: My Five Favourite Movies From 2013

2013 was a big year in my movie loving life. I finally started going to the cinema on a regular basis with a couple of friends or my girlfriend Tracie and I saw a lot of movies at the cinema. I did miss a couple though. The Worlds End, The Wolverine, Carrie, The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, The Heat, RushĀ and PrisonersĀ are just a few of the movies that I have missed during the year.

Picking out a Top Five is more then a little difficult as there were so many great movies out the last year. Iron Man 3, Star Trek Into Darkness, Fast & Furious 6, The Conjuring, Frozen, The Man Of Steel, Gravity, Captain Phillips, Thor: The Dark World, Pacific Rim, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Elysium, Despicable Me 2, World War Z, Riddick, You’re Next and Evil Dead. These are the films that I remember being impressed by during the course of the year. Now I need to choose five, which is going to be difficult.

 

  1. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire
  2. Pacific Rim
  3. Thor: The Dark World
  4. Frozen
  5. The Conjuring

 

These five, in this order, are the movies that have been the most memorable films of the year for me. Catching Fire at number 1 is by far and away well deserved. I really liked the first movie in this series but this raises the bar very impressively and I’m eager to see the next two movies.

Pacific Rim was always going to be in at number 2. It’s not the most in-depth movie that has been created but it has giant Kick-Ass robots beating the living snot out of giant alien monsters and the fan boy in m just loves it!

Thor: The Dark World was a movie that I think was always going to enjoy. I also liked the first Thor movie but like the Hunger Games movies this second film in the series stepped up and blew its predecessor out of the water.

What can I saw about Frozen, it’s a lot of fun. A hell of a lot of fun. It’s entertaining, humorous, and absolutely beautiful. This is Disney at its best in my opinion.

Finally, The Conjuring. I didn’t think that I was going to like this movie. I had no real desire to see this one but a friend of mine wanted to see it so I went along too, I’m glad I did. It wasĀ a movie that had great characters, actors, direction, story, everything. Well worth a watch.

 

So there it is, my top five movies of the year. This was not an easy list to make and I hope that this year is as challenging to pickĀ out my top five of the year.

 

Honerable mentions. These filmsĀ impressed me but were not quite good enough to make the top five. Gravity, Fast & Furious 6, Elysium, You’re Next, Ā Riddick, The Man Of SteelĀ and Despicable Me 2.

 

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