Everything Wrong With Black Panther In 17 Minutes Or Less
Early in 2018, Marvel released Black Panther, which went on to smash records and delight audiences all over the globe. So naturally we went looking for sins in it. And we even managed to find a few.
Everything Wrong With Blade: Trinity In 16 Minutes Or Less
Here is yet another not-great Marvel movie with Ryan Reynolds that predates Deadpool. As Marvel movies go... it's pretty bleh. As vampire movies go... it's also pretty bleh. But Blade: Trinity does have plenty of sins!
Everything Wrong With Thor Ragnarok In 15 Minutes Or Less
Thor: Ragnarok. It's a movie that most everyone enjoyed, for good reason. It's funny as hell. But it still has sins... all movies do.
Everything Wrong With Spider-Man: Homecoming
Spider-Man Homecoming was a nice surprise, capturing the spirit of the character as well or better than any previous film. We loved it. And so, of course, we were compelled to sin it.
Everything Wrong With Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2
In honor of Marvel's Thor: Ragnorok, we decided to go looking for sins in the studio's most-fun franchise... Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. We found some, of course, as we are wont to do. But it's not a terrible movie.
Everything Wrong With Logan In 17 Minutes Or Less
Logan was a pretty excellent movie. But since we take our "no movie is without sin" motto to heart... we did our thing with Logan despite it's awesomeness. Still found sins, like we usually do.
Everything Wrong With Dr. Strange In 15 Minutes Or Less
Dr. Strange was a really enjoyable above-average Marvel film. Still, like the Stan Lee cameo... the sins in it were a foregone conclusion. So we counted them.
Everything Wrong With Blade II In 12 Minutes Or Less
Blade II, it's the more forgettable one after Blade but BEFORE the funny one with Ryan Reynolds. Regardless of its place in the franchise, it's got sins, so we did our thing.
Everything Wrong With Deadpool In 16 Minutes Or Less
Deadpool. Yeah, he kind of sins the movie himself, but that wasn't going to stop us from trying. No we didn't get Ryan Reynolds to guest--we didn't even ask; we didn't want to do what other channels had already done (and done well). No hard feelings, Mr. Reynolds.