“It’s just too little, too late” for the complex Black Widow story that we really wanted, but that doesn’t mean we didn’t enjoy the 2021 film. We just wish it wasn’t the first and last time Natasha got to be our title character.Continue reading
In this episode, Jenn and Kendyl have some differing reactions to Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn (2020), from the pacing to the character interpretations.
In this episode, Adaptation covers Spider-Man: Far From Home (2019), the MCU after the blip, and a world without Tony.
Jenn, Dorin, and Kendyl discuss Dark Phoenix (2019)—the character arcs, the dialogue, and the girl power—and how it all comes together.
This episode was stolen from the time stream and Cap just returned it. Ridiculous. We weren’t supposed to notice it was even missing, but what can you do.
Anyway, this episode contains our discussion of Avengers: Endgame (2019), the character arcs and endings, and the fan service.
In this episode of Adaptation, the team talks about Captain Marvel (2019), having bias toward human features, the colonization of planets, and blindly believing what you are told… We also declare our love for Brie Larson.
The team talks Venom (2018), have a bit of trouble talking about Eddy and Venom as separate beings, and wonder at this films place in the future movie-verse.
Adaptation talks villains, physics, and skateboard trucks in Ant-Man and the Wasp (2018).
This time we’re covering the fun-filled romp Deadpool 2, talking X-force, the f-word, and cleaning up the timeline.
The Adaptation hosts discuss Avengers: Infinity War (2018), how it all came together, what Thanos was thinking, and how everyone died.