Written by Rylee McDonal ~ Copy Editor
Photo of The Marvels movie poster retrieved from https://www.imdb.com/title/tt10676048/.
The most recent Marvel Cinematic movie released Nov. 10, being met with several mixed reviews.
The movie followed Captain Marvel, played by Brie Larson, Ms. Marvel, played by Iman Vellani and Monica Rambeau, played by Teyonah Parris, as the trio attempts to defend the universe from a villain from Captain Marvel’s past.
The worst thing about the movie was how many of the scenes had been cut, as well as some of the CGI, however, that was the worst thing about the movie.
The story was very fun, and the dynamics between the characters made for a very interesting and comedic story line.
At the very beginning of the movie, it was hard keeping track of where we as the audience were meant to be, with the characters constantly switching back and forth between each other.
However, with this switching being a major plot point of the movie, this confusion seemed to me to be a choice on the director.
The comedic tone of the movie continued on, even in the most extreme situations with the characters, to the point where there was a musical number with Brie Larson singing.
While the story and villain, played by Zawe Ashton, was not essential to what the fans currently know about the MCU, the end credit scene of the movie was.
The final scene of the movie was of Monica Rambeau waking up in another universe, which fans find out to be the universe that the original X-Men movies took place in.
While fans already know that the multiverse exists, it has been a long time coming for the X-Men, and mutants as a whole, to make their way into the MCU.
Our first mutant in the MCU was Ms. Marvel, and we only continued to get more from there in various shows and movies, even getting Professor X, played by Patrick Stewart, in the second Dr. Strange movie.
With a visually stunning and fun movie, along with great twists, The Marvels is definitely one movie fans should not miss out on.