The MCU began with a big risk, does it hold up over time? Find out in my review of 2008’s Iron Man in the first part of my new series following the MCU before Infinity War.
Star Wars changed the film industry forever, how does it hold up today? I journey through the all-time classic saga ahead of The Last Jedi this week on TristanTV.
Justice League has arrived! The film unites the DC lineup for the first time, but does it live up to the hype and take the franchise in the right direction? TristanTV’s Journey Through DC in Film finales here!
Christopher Nolan’s Batman Begins revitalized the comic book genre and the Batman character. Tristan looks back at the film and all the things it did right, but also at the mistakes it made, ahead of Justice League.
Superman Returns has several great elements, and a few that do not work well at all. Tristan looks back at the divisive film and gives his take ahead of Justice League.
Tristan looks back at Batman and Robin, one of the most infamously bad movies of all time. Does it live up to the anti-hype that has surrounded it for the last 20 years? Find out on TristanTV
TristanTV’s Journey Through DC in Film Part 7 “Ruining The Party” <Prev. – Next> Batman Returns was met with mixed reception. It received praise for its visual effects and action sequences, but the very dark tone did not play well at the time. As a response, Warner Brothers decided to take the series down a new…
Batman Returns brings Michael Keaton back, this time pitting him against Danny DeVito’s Penguin and Michelle Pfeiffer’s Catwoman. Read my review of Burton’s stylish sequel here on TristanTV.
TristanTV dives into the depths of Gotham City with 1989’s Batman, the film that many consider to be the peak of the character and even the genre. Does this film hold up today now that the character has been done so many times over the last almost three decades? Find out about my Loves, Likes, Dislikes, and Hates when I review Batman!
Superman IV is one of the timeless anti-classics that fails so far at virtually everything that it enters the realm of morbid enjoyability. TristanTV breaks down the sprinkles of positivity and the barrels of disaster that make up Superman IV: The Quest for Peace in our continued Journey through DC in Film.
Superman teams up with Richard Pryor in a slapstick superhero comedy.
What could go wrong?
TristanTV revisits Superman III to see if the comedic take of the character holds up today and look at what works and doesn’t. as we continue our Journey through DC Films.
Kingsman: The Golden Circle is a sequel to 2014’s surprise hit Kingsman: The Secret Service. This time, the adventure takes Taron Egerton’s Eggsy and his fellow super-agents across the pond to The United States, where he must work with a whole new slew of characters in order to stop a major global threat. The first Kingsman was a…