Movie Meltdown: The Marvelous Ms. Marvels from Marvel
Movie Meltdown – The Marvelous Ms. Marvels from Marvel
Join us as we return to the Super Series and discuss Nia DaCosta’s The Marvels. And as we try to decide just what makes a good movie versus a limited series, we also delve into… Secret Invasion, Loki, The Automat, Spider-Man: Far From Home, Hellhouse, The Flerken, Ke Huy Quan, Hugh Jackman, The Supreme Intelligence, what shoes do you wear in space, Iman Vellani, Norman Osborn, Japanese culture, Miles Morales, Police Squad, post-credits scene, Brie Larson as an actress, Dogpool, Florence Pugh, Blue Beetle, Repossessed, The Void vs. Sentry, Teyonah Parris, The Young Avengers, Candyman, the DC universe, banned movies, Jonathan Majors, Carol Danvers, translating from page to screen, White Widow, Gal Gadot, Leslie Nielsen and alternate universe casting.
Spoiler Alert: Full Spoilers for “The Marvels”, so go watch the movie before you listen.
“This is like one of my favorite characters, of anything – in years… I think she is so – not just likable, which she is… but also, it’s this humanity that she brings to it.”
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