Monday, May 7, 2012
This week on THE FILM GRIND Brain Roan (DearFilm) and I discuss our opinions on Marvel and Joss Whedon's The Avengers before it became the biggest opening weekend for a film of all time. Once again we disagree on our feelings about the film and what follows is a battle between rampant fanboyism and soulless hatred spawned by a loss of childlike innocence. I hope you've been enjoying the show if you've been listening and if not there is no better time to join in on the fun!
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Sunday, May 6, 2012
I want to apologize right off the bat for my review of Joss Whedon and Marvel's new film The Avengers. There are many reasons why I feel that it is necessary for me to apologize for this review (one that I considered not ever writing) but first and foremost I want to apologize for my breaking of the established style of reviews that are featured on Grind My Reels and in my work as a whole. I rarely if ever use the first person when I'm writing for a number of reasons that I won't get into but I felt it necessary for this review of The Avengers. If you are looking for an introduction to my writing style, body of work, and quality of writing this won't be that article.
That is because this review isn't coming from Dan Gvozden, the film critic, but from 5-year-old Dan Gvozden, the unapologetically dorky film and comic books lover.