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Avengers + Other Musings

As seen in Imax 3D

The film: A wondrous two hours of fun, especially since they make Hawk Eye and Black Widow relevant. *The album* - really digging this dude's helmet on Dark Steering, this is an album I've underestimated.

The film - For the first time ever the Hulk actually feels human, even though he's mostly CGI. Banner's fear at turning into a green behemoth is neigh palpable, and it could be said that he steals the entire film. *The album* - incredibly close to 5'ing this, it's just great through and through. Spun this so many times when I was taking German (RIP my college education).

The film - Robert Downey Jr. once again has that incredibly snarky mouth, but in the scenes he's often on of the more relatable because of it. Here's a man who does what he can, and often achieve what other's deem impossible; and yet he's still human. *The album* started anew my love of rather atmospheric bm, it's something that I never thought I would be into.
4The Great Old Ones
Al Azif

The film - Samuel L. Jackson was, as always, himself. I think it worked to have him as Nick Fury, and the comments about him not truly being in charge but rather a puppet (thereby diminishing his role in the film) clearly did not listen to his lines later on in the film. *The album* is atmospheric bm from France, all about the Lovecraft mythos. Debut just released, and so far I'm really digging it. Little info to be found on the band though, they're bio- less.
5 Brumal

The film - I normally don't enjoy superhero films, with this one though it was like seeing the comics come to life; this really might be one of the better, true to their own nature superhero films ever made (and I don't mean in a serious aspect like the Dark Night). *The album* is melodic death metal, and for a three track EP it's not terrible. There's a song or two on youtube, the guys voice could get a bit old I imagine.
6Various Artists
Halo 2 Original Soundtrack-Volume 1

The film - This movie was the first recent film in 3D that I've seen and I must say that 3D might actually be viable, it looked quite good. It helped that the gimmicky uses were mainly put on hold here, sometimes the 3D was even subtle. *The album* is a goddamn 5, so full of memories and emotions. Love this release, also has Breaking Benjamin's BEST track on it.
Resident Evil: Afterlife

The film - Did I mention Scarlet Johansson is in this? Love her looks. *The album* just needs some tracks that are longer, but as a stand alone this is the best the series has done since the debut soundtrack.
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