4/20/2015

Finn (John Boyega); Source: Disney/Lucasfilm
Since the first official trailer for Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens, most of the attention of the fans has been focused on one question: what's up with the black guy in the stormtrooper outfit? It turns out the character's name is Finn, played by John Boyega, and he'll reportedly be a major character in the new movie. Maurice wrote an entire article on the reasons why a stormtrooper might be black in the new movie, but one question remained. Is he really a stormtrooper or just a guy in a stormtrooper outfit? Well, with one motion, John Boyega answered that question.

The moment came during the 2015 Star Wars Celebration in Anaheim, CA. Boyega has been pretty cagey about his role as Finn in the new movie. But when asked point-blank if he's a stormtrooper, Boyega nodded. That settles that. Of course, we don't know if he's a stormtrooper on the side of good or evil or if he starts out evil and changes sides. But at least we know something.

What role do you think Finn will play? Should he be good, evil, or a combination of the two?

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Welcome to our latest podcast! We've been taking a break because of scheduling issues, but we're back with more!

Show Notes

Maurice and Nigel talk about the latest trailers for Star Wars: Episode VII, whether Black Stormtrooper-Haters are racist and the Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice trailer.



Download | Length - 00:12:00 minutes | Podomatic


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Star Wars: The Force Awakens Trailer #2


Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Trailer



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Fantastic Four (2016) - Thing (Jamie Bell)
Check out the best gifs from the new Fantastic Four trailer! After a fan leaked the new Josh Trank Fantastic Four trailer, 20th Century Fox posted the full trailer and it looks surprisingly good. The last trailer was so slow and measured that it left a lot of fans bored, but this one is action packed. Michael B. Jordon especially stands out as an awesome Johnny Storm, no matter what skin tone he has.

Here are the 10 best moments in the new trailer.



1. Dr. Storm Loves His Son and Adopted (or Step-)Daughter


2. That awkward moment when you don't realize they're doing a fist bump


3. Mr. Fantastic is...Fantastic

4. Johnny's Cool Even in an Adjustable Chair



5. Johnny Likes to Flame On In Cars

6. Sue Feels the Force

7. Thing Rocks

8. Sue and Johnny Fly Through a Mountain

9. Doom Revealed

10. Thing Drops Like a Bomb

11. Reed and Sue Don't Like Each Other...Yet


12. Sibling Rivalry Goes Too Far with Johnny and Sue


Official Summary: "The FANTASTIC FOUR, a contemporary re-imagining of Marvel’s original and longest-running superhero team, centers on four young outsiders who teleport to an alternate and dangerous universe, which alters their physical form in shocking ways. Their lives irrevocably upended, the team must learn to harness their new abilities and work together to save Earth from a former friend turned enemy."
Directed by Josh Trank
Starring Miles Teller, Kate Mara, Michael B. Jordan, Jamie Bell and Toby Kebbell
Release Date: August 6, 2015

Some Images via Marvel Movies Tumbler, BuzzFeed


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4/19/2015

Source: Marvel/Netflix
Daredevil has finally been released on Netflix. All thirteen episodes are available for viewing right now, but I decided to review each individual episode in the season, as if it were airing on TV. Today, I'll be reviewing the sixth episode, "Condemned." If you haven't seen it or haven't seen the show at all yet...

What a roller coaster this episode was. After the explosion, I thought we'd seen the last of Vladimir. But Daredevil (Charlie Cox) carries him to an abandoned building to interrogate him. This turns the episode into a long physical and verbal conflict between the two. The way Daredevil and Vladimir were forced to work together and fight each other made the episode a thrill. When Vladimir died, and Daredevil brought him back to life, it drove what depths he's willing to go to. And Claire helped him. She's crossing some ethical lines.

I loved the moment where Vladimir debates with Daredevil about his "no-kill" policy. Is it really following his beliefs if he allows a man to die? It reminded me of Batman in Batman Begins when he said, "I won't kill you. But I don't have to save you." The debate over where the line is drawn is worth asking.

And just when I think Vladimir is going to end up switching sides and joining Daredevil, he pulls a twist and ends up smashing them through the floor. Vladimir is hardcore.

Foggy (Elden Henson) and Karen (Deborah Ann Woll) rush to the hospital, where Foggy is injured and confined to a hospital bed. His comments about how he's confident of Murdock's safety and wants to climb out of bed to help him is awesome. Karen's kiss to Foggy and his reaction is heartbreaking. He's falling hard for her and she can't even see it.
Wilson Fisk (Vincent D'Onofrio) has a conversation with Daredevil over the police radio, and it was a pivotal moment, where they sort of confront each other. Daredevil tries to keep up his end, but Fisk is just toying with him. I loved how Daredevil scoffed at the idea the Kingpin could frame him until Fisk showed his true power. He not only has police officers and SWAT team members on his payroll, but also the media. Kingpin's plan becomes crystal clear as he frames Daredevil for all the bombings and even the murders of several police officers. Daredevil is going to be on the run. The pressure is on. The explosions also seem to be the beginning of Fisk's plan to tear down Hell's Kitchen and rebuild it.

Through all of it, Ben Urich is working behind the scenes. Ben Urich is really growing on me as a skilled and confident reporter. He talks and acts like he's seen it all. He had to yell at the detective to get an EMT? Tough. The moment where he's writing names down on playing cards seemed so old school. And he's piecing it all together, leading up to the King. The Kingpin, get it?

My only complaint in this episode, if you want to call it a complaint, is that it was so focused. I've gotten so used to this show juggling multiple storylines in each episode that following just one storyline seemed kind of disappointing. But it was also nice to just have to follow one story.

Where will it go from here? Find out next time. Or, you know, turn on Netflix and watch it.

Some random thoughts:
  • It was nice to see Claire (Rosario Dawson) as a nurse in the hospital. In her natural element.
  • I was sorry to see Officer Sullivan killed. I thought he might become Daredevil's ally.

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4/17/2015


Dardevil (Charlie Cox); Source: Marvel/Netflix
Daredevil has finally been released on Netflix. All thirteen episodes are available for viewing right now, but I decided to review each individual episode in the season, as if it were airing on TV. Today, I'll be reviewing the fifth episode, "World on Fire." If you haven't seen it or haven't seen the show at all yet...
When the Kingpin (Vincent D'Onofrio) frames Daredevil (Charlie Cox) for the murder of one of the Russian brothers, it triggers a war. The Russian gang launches into an all-out attack to track down and kill him. At the same time, the case-of-the-week pits Foggy Nelson (Eldon Henson) up against a corrupt landlord and his old law firm.

Once again, I'm floored by how much each episode just gets better. I was expecting a drop in quality because it started strong, but the show is building on previous episodes and getting better.

Wesley is one cool customer, isn't he? How he feigned surprise at the discovery of Anatoly's headless body. The rage Vladimir feels is palpable in just his eyes as he declares his intention to kill Daredevil.

The opening has Murdock showing his powers by diagnosing Claire (Rosario Dawson) just by touch, sound, and taste. Taste! That's one power Daredevil rarely uses, but his description of tasting copper was awesome. And they finally kissed. I was wondering when they would get together. Oooo...
But the title has heavy meaning as we finally see his radar sense! Sort of. It seems like the show is interpreting his ability as more of a combination of his other senses to form a mental image of his surroundings. I miss the Shadow World of the movie, but his "fire" image is certainly more visually complex.

The show is also doing a great job of keeping it an ensemble piece. They could have left Foggy and Karen (Deborah Ann Woll) to just wander around in Murdock's footsteps, but they actually give them something to do. When a helpless old woman comes in and describes her plight being forced to live without electricity or water by an evil landlord, who wouldn't want to help her? Foggy heads over to the law firm of the landlord to try to negotiate terms, and it's gleaming white and glass is a stark contrast to the beaten and grimy world of Hell's Kitchen.

The old girlfriend was a nice way of showing more depth to Foggy, and his verbal take-down once again shows how good a lawyer he is. It really makes him more heroic showing everything he gave up for his principles. Eldon is still hamming it up a little, but I like his character. When they later starts helping the woman repair her apartment, it made me want to cheer.

And in the later scene where he has an impromptu date with Karen, we can see how they have chemistry together. Foggy is truly falling for her. That's why it becomes more heartbreaking when she starts talking about Murdock and asking him what she thinks he would feel if he touched her face. Foggy loves you, girl! Go for him, not Murdock! The classic love triangle is in effect.

But back to the action. I love how the show is not content to just have Daredevil fighting in a regular shot, but they experiment with direction. The slow rotating pan inside the taxi as Daredevil advances on and finally fights the Russian gang members was awesome and menacing. It's also clever how Daredevil will pick up and use guns in combat, even without firing them.

The scene where the Russian informant was killed by two corrupt cops, I did not see coming. The two cops were so casual in their debate over whose turn it was before they staged the murder. It's an indication of just how much power Wilson Fisk has in the city. It also shows his organization is much deeper than a couple of street thugs. Daredevil has his work cut out for him.

The date with Vanessa and his meeting with the other members of his conspiracy showcased D'Onofrio's performance. His calm demeanor as he said he "removed" Anatoly's head with his car door spoke volumes. Now that we've seen the Kingpin go crazy, his menace is underlying everything he does. I love how Vincent D'Onofrio portrays himself as powerful and controlled, but we now see the monster that lies underneath the surface. The second date with Vanessa is slightly scary, but we can also see how his power and vulnerability can be attractive to her. The final scene where the two of them look out at the burning buildings showed how their relationship could ultimately develop. She is scared of him, but also drawn to him. A twisted relationship to be sure.

I also want to single out Leland Owlsley (Bob Gunton) as an awesome character. He's not the same as the supervillain he is in the comics (where he flies, has claws and fangs, and eats live mice), but he serves as the voice of reason in the criminal meetings. His sarcasm always makes me laugh.

The final scene is a shocking cliffhanger. After the Kingpin blows up the Russian's headquarters, the police have Daredevil cornered. If it were Batman, he would just drop a smoke pellet and take off or let his body armor take a bullet. Instead, Daredevil is forced to just raise his hands. Will he escape or end up in police custody? I genuinely don't know. With this show, anything's possible.

Other random thoughts:
  • I really want to know how and why Madame Gao blinds the people working for her. But it's a nice parallel to Murdock's blindness. I felt so bad for the guy in the taxi.
  • Vanessa's mentioning of the older man with the white suit and the ascot made me snicker. I can see her encouraging Fisk into donning his classic costume from the comics.
  • Turk is working for the Kingpin, and that's going to end badly for him.
My rating: Recommended

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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent May Funko vinyl doll (via The Mary Sue)

I'd love to hear what you think of the Internet's greatest moments in this week's "Geek Bits."

By The Way

I'm not sure if you heard that the Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer dropped yesterday. It wasn't covered much in the news. ;) Unsurprisingly, a lot of our links are about that this week.

Links

10. The Women Who Programmed The Future: A Brief History Of Female Computer Scientists (via The Mary Sue)


9. Welcome Back, GIFs! Here Is Your Party (via io9)

8. ‘Spider-Man’ Reboot Will Be About Peter Parker, Won’t Be an Origin Story (via /Film)
We had hoped they'd go with Miles Morales, but it's not going to happen this time. But, it does echo our feeling that Spider-Man should be a High School kid.
"We want to play with Spider-Man in the high school years because frankly there’ve been five Spider-Man films and the amazing thing about it is, even though there’ve been five Spider-Man films, there are so many things from the comics that haven’t been done yet. Not just characters or villains or supporting characters, but sides to his character. The most obvious being the ‘young, doesn’t quite fit in’ kid before his powers, and then the fella that puts on a mask and swings around and fights bad guys and doesn’t shut up, which is something we want to play with and we’re excited about." - Kevin Feige, president of Marvel Studios

7.Mystery Woman No Longer in ‘Avengers: Age of Ultron’ (via /Film)

We speculated that she might be one of the Dora Milaje, but it turns out she was cut from the film.

6. ‘Wonder Woman’ Sets Patty Jenkins as Director (via /Film)

5. Doctor Who to air on Disney XD (via Blogtor Who)
Ok...

4. ARCHIE Vs. SHARKNADO... Because Why Not? (via Neatorama)

3. Celebrate Tax Day With Hilarious IRS Star Trek Film (via TrekMovie)

2. All Nippon Airways Announces 'Star Wars' Project With R2-D2 Painted Jet (via Huffington Post)


1. Sperm Whale Delights Researchers By Crashing Underwater Video Feed (via Huffington Post)

Reviews

Star Trek: The Animated Series - "The Infinite Vulcan" (01x07) - Not Recommended

Wikipedia Synopsis: "While visiting the newly discovered planet Phylos, Lt. Sulu picks up a walking plant, called a Retlaw, and is poisoned. The alien species that inhabit the planet, who are plantlike beings, approach and save Sulu's life.."
This is the worst episode so far. Besides the ship's doctor (who should be an expert on extraterrestrial life) being flummoxed by talking plants it also uses the same basic plot as "Spock's Brain" which is the worst episode of the Original Series. Plus, why do clones have to be 40 feet tall? Skip this one.

Here are some of the other reviews from my friends in the blog hop
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4/16/2015

Source: YouTube/Kaipotainment
We previously featured some videos on YouTube that put Star Wars vehicles into real world settings, but this one takes it up a notch. Kaipotainment has created their own video that shows Imperial forces invading Los Angeles. The Empire lays waste to LAX and other landmarks, but we get to see one of our squadrons fight back. Watch jetfighters dogfight against TIE fighters, AT-AT walkers in the streets, and a few other surprises.



What do you think?

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You've heard the opening to Star Wars a million times, but here are some things you probably didn't know about the opening theme song. There have been a bunch of changes to the Star Wars movies going all the way back to the 1970s, but this change is making fans as mad as if Han shot first. What is it, and does it make a difference?

The opening to the Star Wars films used to have an iconic booming quality. First, there is silence and then there's the triumphant fanfare of the 20th Century Fox titles followed by more silence and the thundering John Williams score. But, that's all changed.

First, here's the classic opening for all six movies


Since Disney bought Star Wars, there's no reason to keep promoting a rival studio like Fox. So, they took it out and replaced it with an updated Lucasfilm title. The music isn't as grand and the sound isn't as thundering. Then there's the familiar silence and the John Williams score.


Here's what you'll hear in the digital version and, presumably, when Star Wars: The Force Awakens opens.





This sounds like a minor change, but it's a pretty big deal. Here are some other things you might not know about the Star Wars opening song.

1. The film scripts refer to this opening theme as "war drums."

2. The original 20th Century Fox Fanfare was composed in 1933 Alfred Newman, the longtime head of Fox's music department. It was replaced by an extended version in 1954. So, by the time the Star Wars films came out in the 70's, it wasn't used much anymore.

3. Director George Lucas loved the logo and music so much that he insisted it be used for all the Star Wars films.

4. The Fox Fanfare is so integral to the music that John Williams composed the Main Title to the first Star Wars film in the same key of the Fanfare (B-flat major).

5. The Main Theme is composed of strong brass sections because Williams played brass when he was young.

6. John Williams thought of the Main Title Theme as "Luke's Theme" and wrote the song following Luke's heroic journey in the film. He said, "When I thought of a theme for Luke and his adventures, I composed a melody that reflected the brassy, bold, masculine, and noble qualities I saw in the character"

7. John Williams won the most awards for his career from the Star Wars musical theme including an Oscar and a Golden Globe Award for "Original Score", a BAFTA Award for "Best Film Music" and three Grammy awards for "Best Instrumental Composition", "Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or a Television Special" and "Best Pop Instrumental Performance".

8. A disco version of the main theme was released in 1977 by Meco on their album Star Wars and other Galactic Funk. It version reached number 1 on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 singles chart and became the biggest-selling instrumental single in history and the first to be certified platinum.

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4/15/2015

We've made no secret about the fact that I love the movie Daredevil, and think it gets a bad rap. But we can also admit it has its problems. That's why we don't mind Screen Junkies taking on the classic superhero punching bag. Witness the bad voice-over, excessive CGI, and crossed-eyed faces of the Man Without Fear. Although for the record, I also like Evanesence.


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X2 (2003)
Which is the most racially diverse movie in the X-Men franchise? We love the X-Men films. The movies have had themes of diversity and equality from the beginning and have set new standards for superhero films. Sure we love Hugh Jackman, but how diverse are the movies? Have they set new standards for racial equality as well?

On Monday, it was announced that Psylocke will be played by Olivia Munn in X-Men: Apocalypse. The exciting thing is Munn is she's Chinese on her mother's side, meaning the fan-favorite character will be played by an Asian and not "white-washed." In the comics, Psylocke's a British woman named Elizabeth Braddock who took on a Japanese woman's body. While Psylocke has mental abilities like mind-reading and telekinesis, her most recognizable feature is her ability to generate glowing blades using her mind. So far, the cast of Apocalypse is pretty diverse: Alexandria Shipp as Storm, Fan BingBing as Blink, Lana Candor as Jubilee and Olivia Munn as Psylocke.

It started us thinking about the diversity in the upcoming film and past films.

My brother and I have been talking a lot about what we call the "Nichols Test" (named after the pioneering Black woman in Star Trek: Nichelle Nichols). It's a way to rate how racially diverse a movie is. It's a lot like the Bechdel test, but it talks about ethnicities. One of the most important parts of the Nichols test is asking how important are the minority characters? Is it just "window dressing" or do they contribute to the film?

Here are the questions we ask to get a score:
  • How many minorities are in the film (must be a speaking role)?
  • Do they talk to each other (on screen)?
  • Are they socially or economically superior to the highest billed white character?
So, using that criteria, here's how we rank the X-Men movies. The answer may surprise you.

X-Men (2000)

Halle Berry as Storm, Katrina Florece as Jubilee
  1. Minorities: 2 (Halle Berry as Storm, Katrina Florece as Jubilee)
  2. Do they talk to each other? Yes
  3. Are they superior? Yes
No matter who you think the main character is - Wolverine or Rogue -  the minorities are superior. Storm is a leader and a teacher which makes her socially superior to the teenager and the vagabond. On the other hand, there are no other minorities, so she doesn't talk to anyone other than the Caucasians. For all Bryan Singer's claims about diversity and the importance of recognizing minorities you'd think there'd be a couple more Black people.
Score: 3

X2: X-Men United (2003)
Halle Berry as Storm, Kea Wong as Jubilee
  1. Minorities: 2 (Halle Berry as Storm, Kea Wong as Jubilee)
  2. Do they talk to each other? Yes
  3. Are they superior? No
By this point, all the main characters are teachers including Logan, so none of the minorities in the movie are superior to any of the others. You might be asking about Kelly Hu as Lady Deathstrike, but she doesn't say anything and certainly doesn't talk to anyone. This movie ranks the worst of all of them. It's a huge step backwards for the franchise.
Score: 2

X-Men: The Last Stand (2006)
Halle Berry as Storm, Dania Ramirez as Callisto, Shohreh Aghdashloo as Dr. Kavita Rao, Bill Duke as Secretary Trask,  Meiling Melançon as Psylock, Ken Leung as Kid Omega, Kea Wong as Jubilee
  1. Minorities: 7 (Halle Berry as Storm, Dania Ramirez as Callisto, Shohreh Aghdashloo as Dr. Kavita Rao, Bill Duke as Secretary Trask,  Meiling Melançon as Psylock, Ken Leung as Kid Omega, Kea Wong as Jubilee)
  2. Do they talk to each other? No
  3. Superior? Yes
With all the flaws in Brett Ratner's X-Men movie it stands out as a very ethnically diverse movie with a total of seven speaking minorities (and one non-speaking one: Omahyra Mota as Arclight). Bill Duke plays a (race-changed) U.S. Secretary which outranks every other white character in the film. Also, Halle Berry becomes the leader of the X-Men and shines. Unfortunately, the movie loses points since we never see the characters talk to each other.
Score: 4

X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)
will.i.am as Kestrel, Lynn Collins as Kayla Silverfox, Daniel Henney as Agent Zero
  1. Minorities: 3 (will.i.am as Kestrel, Lynn Collins as Kayla Silverfox, Daniel Henney as Agent Zero)
  2. Do they talk to each other? No
  3. Superior? Yes
Three great minority characters are major stars in the film and that's awesome. Unfortunately, they never talk to each other on screen. Agent Zero has a very prestigious role and plays a huge part in the film. While will.i.am does a good job, along with Silverfox, neither really take on a position of prominence. Also, some have said Lynn Collins Cherokee heritage is doubtful. It's hard to tell though. With that "good hair", she mus' have Indian in her family.
Score: 4

X-Men: First Class (2011)
Edi Gathegi as Darwin; Zoë Kravitz as Angel Salvadore; Álex González as Riptide
  1. Minorities: 3 (Edi Gathegi as Darwin; Zoë Kravitz as Angel Salvadore; Álex González as Riptide)
  2. Do they talk to each other? Yes
  3. Superior? No
There's a nice mix of ethnicities in this film including two Hispanics and an African-American and two talk to each other. But, the main characters - Professor Charles Xavier (James McAvoy) and Magneto (Michael Fassbender) - are economically and socially superior to all of them. Kravitz even plays an exotic dancer who is "saved" from her lifestyle by the White people. Disappointing.
Score: 4

The Wolverine (2013)
Tao Okamoto as Mariko Yashida; Rila Fukushima as Yukio; Hiroyuki Sanada as Shingen Yashida; Brian Tee as Noburo Mori; Haruhiko Yamanouchi as Yashida; Will Yun Lee as Kenuichio Harada
  1. Minorities: Tao Okamoto as Mariko Yashida; Rila Fukushima as Yukio; Hiroyuki Sanada as Shingen Yashida; Brian Tee as Noburo Mori; Haruhiko Yamanouchi as Yashida; Will Yun Lee as Kenuichio Harada
  2. Do they talk to each other? Yes
  3. Superior? Yes
This movie gets a high score of 10. The movie has multiple prominent Asian characters (which isn't surprising since it's set in Japan) and they talk to each other a lot. The only nitpick we'd have is there are no other ethnicities. No Latinos or Black people. Still, it's a big step forward from the first film.
Score: 10

X-Men: Days of Future Past (2014)
Halle Berry as Storm; Omar Sy as Bishop, Fan Bingbing as Blink; Adan Canto as Sunspot; Booboo Stewart as Warpath
  1. Minorities: Halle Berry as Storm; Omar Sy as Bishop, Fan Bingbing as Blink; Adan Canto as Sunspot; Booboo Stewart as Warpath,
  2. Do they talk to each other? Yes (sort of)
  3. Superior? No
There are only five minorities in this film and they're all in the future battle scenes. They have very few lines and all die. The dying part isn't a big deal, but it's ridiculous that they have so little to do. Bishop and Blink barely say a full sentence and none of them have an actual conversation. While Halle Berry was pregnant during filming and couldn't do many action scenes it doesn't mean she shouldn't have had a conversation. But, at least more than two minorities are in the film unlike the first one. Plus, Bishop is so cool even when he says nothing, he says everything.
Score: 5

Here's the chart if you like that kind of thing

So, what does all this mean? It means that The Wolverine stands as the most ethnically diverse mutant movie of all time. X2 is the most racist. We'll see where the new movie stands, but at least the trend is going up.

What do you think of the minority roles in the X-Men films? Which is your favorite X-Men movie? Will the next film be more diverse?

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