I have good news but annoying for all of you. We have our first Wakandan Goddess Bastet from the upcoming Thor: Love and Thunder. Now you might remember that we share that Akosia Sabet will appear in this film some time ago as aback as the Goddess. In accordance with our word, we returned with our first appearance. Let me see:
Wow! It is an extraordinary cat craft. For me, this is a fantastic view of the Goddess. I like that Bastet sitting with Valkyrie and Thor who is mighty. I can’t help but pay attention to the pension appearance on all their faces.
I am especially worried considering we get the debut of the beloved Marvel God in this film. I hope that many Marvel gods like Zeus Russell Crowe and others don’t suit me that he is in this film. Why? Because we have a truly terrible blood-thirsty monster like Gorr The God-Butcher who is loose in this film.
Now, very fast, Gorr The God Butcher is a character created by writer Marvel Jason Aaron in his escape in the Thor comic. This creature is known for torturing regularly and slaughtering gods in some of the most strange ways. Not only that but he is also known to be easily squeezed Thor in a fight and torture and harass him for years. In the comics, Thor will hardly find a way to avoid torture from GORR and he is really destroyed while prisoners and GORR servants.
@Marvel: Listen to me and listen to me well
If Bast doesn’t work until the end of this film …
That’s all I have for this one …
Plot. Sam (Karen Gillan) was only 12 years old when his mother Scarlet (Lena Headey), an elite killer, was forced to leave him. Sam was raised by a company, a cruel crime that worked for his mother. Now, 15 years later, Sam has followed in his mother’s foot He used his “talent” to clean up the chaos of the most dangerous company.
She is as efficient as she is loyal. But when a high-risk work is wrong, Sam must choose between serving the company and protecting the life of an innocent 8-year-old girl (Chloe Coleman). With the target on her back, Sam only has one chance to survive: to reunite with her mother and her deadly colleagues, librarians (Michelle Yeoh, Angela Bassett and Carla Gugino). These three generations of women now have to learn to trust each other, stand on their companies and troops, and lift hell to those who can take everything from them.
Gunpowder Milkshake powder has a very pleasant plot and premise. At first, I rejected a little premise. This film seems familiar but this film found a way to distinguish itself throughout the story. Gunpowder Milkshake wisely plants seeds for story elements that produce results all the time in several very surprising and satisfying ways. His writing is cunning with his intelligence and tactical with execution which is a trait that carries the whole story.
Gunpowder Milkshake powder is really starting to excel when we see a pleasant visual during a fight. I can’t put my fingers on it but there is something about the colour palette, humour, and the camera corner that really works well together. Everything in this film almost looks as if it was pulled from the comic book page and turned on the screen. There must be some good Pilgrim Scott vibrations for this film with great costumes and a design set.
This film has also gathered very good players. Lena Headey, Michelle Yeoh, and Angela Bassett join Karen Gillian in pleasant supporting roles. Various kinds of women have a habit of stealing scenes with each other and here is a superior film. Each character is written in such a way that they can easily lead their own film. Very satisfying seeing them on the screen but disappointing that we did not see more. This film tempts some great characters who are not even the main characters and make you want more.
Pacing -Mandir rather slowly in the first half. There are plot points and story points that need to be told at the beginning of the film. The problem is that the film does this in a very slow way. Gunpowder Milkshake is a little struggling with a very slow opening that makes me want to see everything fast. This film has a reason to introduce this plot point and they pay off later in the film but the exposition is boring.
The fighting choreography was painful to watch in the first round. Some choreography fighting in the military powder milkshake is as good as the film John Wick. Moment of other battle choreography and “This is where you fall” bad. Gunpowder Milkshake wavers back and forth between the two and that is not good.
Gunpowder Milkshake is a fun film with a lot of -ability. After studying how the film ended, I felt a little more forgiving about how to start. The players are very phenomenal and even though they are some boring points, I will recommend watching.