#Captain America


REVIEW - Thor de Kenneth Branagh était probablement le blockbuster Marvel le plus réussi avec Captain America. On attendait donc la suite, réalisée par Alan Taylor, un habitué des séries télé qui a travaillé sur Game of Thrones, avec fébrilité. Notre déconvenue n’en est que plus grande.

Alors que dans le premier opus des aventures du dieu nordique nous n’avions que peu exploré son univers, Thor: Le Monde des ténèbres nous fait visiter les autres royaumes qui le constituent…

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imageAlright, alright, alright! I know what you are thinking: the title of this review is not very imaginative considering that “Assemble” is the catchy motto of THE AVENGERS. I always try to come up with something original but this time, I could not think of a better one for two reasons. The first is that “Some assembly required” is of an episode of the second season of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, the cult-classic TV show created by Joss Whedon. Beyond the fact that I find very amusing to sort of create a bridge between his past oeuvre and his last production, it also gives me an occasion to tell you that I am a Whedon fan. Although there are probably more hardcore Buffy and Angel aficionados out there than me, I am a pretty intense scoobie: I watch the integrality of Buffy every year, I sleep in a Sunnydale High School t-shirt, I have a figurine of the Master, I quote the show on a daily basis and when things get tough, I always wonder what Buffy would do.

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