Avengers: Infinity War

The culmination of action packed heroics over the past 10 years of Marvel mania has resulted in a cinematic crossover like no other.

As the marvel universes’ collide to unite against Thanos, so too do the stories that led them there.

With such a prolific cast, comes the responsibility of orchestrating them, but no one could have done a better job than the Russo brothers who seamlessly intertwine each character’s story with the other to make viewing effortless for audiences young and old.

Though perhaps one of Marvel’s darkest plots yet, the film encapsulates it’s audience from the outset, providing both comedic highs and devastating lows, all whilst showcasing the vulnerability of Marvel’s most star-studded superheros, including the likes of Captain America and Spider Man.

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Spider-Man: Homecoming

Even superheroes start out on training wheels and Peter Parker has only just got his.

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In this coming of age tale, Spider-Man (Tom Holland) finds a way to land of his feet with his new found mentor, non other than Iron Man himself, Tony Stark.

After so many Spider-Man flops in recent years, the accompaniment of Iron Man (and his tech) into the series has given this franchise a newfound revitalisation that was long overdue.

Tom Holland brings a new perspective to one of marvels most beloved characters, by bringing a youthful clumsiness that showcases the shortfalls of a teenage superhero. 

With webs shooting every which way and that, the special effects team certainly had their work cut out for them, but despite this mammoth task, the swinging and jumping from web to web looked as realistic as it ever could, making the film both a visual, as well as cinematic success.