Welcome Exiles to this week’s What’s On The Grill?, the weekly mini-review corner where we get to blast about whatever we’ve caught recently, feasted on with our eyes as some say.
This week on the grill: I decided to watch some animated features this week so we got an epic battle between Supes and his strongest foe, a dark prequel of Train to Busan, a very different and funny supervillain story and a lot of Arrowverse catching up. Enjoy!
The Death of Superman (2018)
“Superman battles against an insurmountable foe named Doomsday.”
4/5- I was never a big reader of actual comics except for a few but this is one storyline that I followed till the end. This is one of the better animated superhero movies. This is what I would have loved and still want to see on the big screen as a live action movie. It has a lot of heart. There were times I didn’t care for the portrayal of Clark. Everything else felt spot on. Can’t wait for the sequel.
Seoul Station (2016)
“Several groups of people try to survive a zombie pandemic that unleashes itself in downtown Seoul.”
3.5/5- The animated prequel to Train to Busan and this is more dark and pessimistic. Little bit slower but a well told story and worth a watch for fans of Train to Busan.
“The supervillain Megamind finally defeats his nemesis, the superhero Metro Man. But without a hero, he loses all purpose and must find new meaning to his life.”
4/5- I absolutely love this animated film. Will Ferrell as Megamind and David Cross as Minion is just hysterical. It’s also a fun play on what happens when the villain wins and there is no hero to go up against. Just a real fun story.
Supergirl– Season 3
I’m really digging this season of Supergirl (Melissa Benoist is perfect as Kara Danvers/Supergirl), and the crossover event this season was a lot of fun.
Flash– Season 4
From the ‘tubes-
Some friendly British PSA’s for your safety.
That’s it for another What’s On The Grill?, folks!
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