Captain America: Civil War Does Monster Numbers.

Captain America: Civil War had the fifth biggest domestic opening weekend in box office history earning $181.8 million this weekend.  For those at Warner Brothers’ keeping score, it beat Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice by over 15.78 million dollars.  What am I saying?  No one at Warner Brothers’ keeps track of that sort of thing.  Nor did any one at WB brag that Bats and Supes would bury Cap.   Naw, no one at Warner Brothers’ cares about that sort of thing.  All they care about is delivering quality entertainment…

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A Toast, “To Colton Haynes!”

It’s Kentucky Derby time here and the city has gone mad.  People are already drinking by 10 AM.  The bourbon is everywhere.  A local just posted this amazing image.  If anyone out there knows who to credit, please let us know.     Oh, also, Colton Haynes came out.  I’m shocked.  Are you shocked?   OK, no one is shocked.  Most of us suspected for some time.  ‘Cause we’re petty like that.  And it’s fun to be petty like that. There are those who might say that it’s not as bold…

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Captain America: Civil War is the Comic Book Film We’ve Been Waiting For.

This month marks the 75th anniversary of Captain America.  For three-quarters of a century he has stood as a symbol of optimism, courage, duty and sacrifice.  Few Superheroes have such a storied legacy or hold such an iconic place in American culture.  If Superman always stood for “hope”, then Captain America always stood for “Can do”.  There was just no “quit” in Steve Rogers.  Chris Evans brings him to life as naturally and effortlessly as Christopher Reeve once did Superman (What is it with these guys named Chris?) Captain America…

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Here Comes The Big One

The day of reckoning is almost upon us.  Captain America: Civil War opens in America this weekend.  Critics are frothing at the mouth over this one.  It’s already got a 95% on Rotten Tomatoes and it’s being called the greatest comic book movie ever made.   I can’t wait to find out if that is just fanboy hyperbole.  Some viewers are saying that the three Captain America movies constitute the greatest superhero trilogy of all.  That, I already know is not fanboy hyperbole.  This third film would have to suck vulture…

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