That reminds me of a review of a Levellers concert from years ago, I think it was in Q magazine. It said something like "The very definition of ironic is a group full of people all dressed the same, crammed into a room singing "There's only one way of life and that's your own" all together"
Yeah, I don't get the Captain Marvel hate. My daughter really rated it and it was probably her favourite of the three we've seen so far because of the female lead.
I thought the lead actress was perfectly fine and the banter between her and SLJ was good.
Like I've said, it's not really my thing so I'm trying to approach it with an open mind. The only two I've already seen were the first Thor film and the first Ant Man film, both of which I quite enjoyed. I wonder how those two will stand up on repeat viewing?
I'm a bit late to the party but it's good to have something new to watch.
Iron Man 2 - 7/10. Not quite as good as the first film but still fun. I laughed far too much at the "fighting an attack of Hammerroids" line
One thing I have noticed as a common trend with these films is that they zip along at a fair old pace and tend to focus on the big battle stuff. Even though Iron Man 2 was a two hour long film it certainly didn't feel like it. It's strange to actually feel like I want a bit more character development.