Shane O'Neill

Just an 18 year old kid with too many dreams for his own good.

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Don't Overthink 'Avengers: Endgame'
2 months ago
This past weekend, I went to the movie theater—not once, but twice—to catch arguably the most hyped movie of the past year, Avengers: Endgame (2019). Following the events of 2018's Avengers: Infinity War, expectations from fans and critics alike were through the roof. Infinity War left all of us with more questions than answers, and with the knowledge that Endgame was the end of the Marvel Cinematic Universe narrative up to this point, there was a certain sense of wonder to all of the speculatio...
'Shazam!' Lights Up the Dark World of the DCEU
3 months ago
It feels like Warner Bros. has the rights to only a handful of heroes sometimes, which bothers me more than it really should. It seems as though every year we see a new Batman or Superman pop into the public eye. Where are all of the other characters from the expansive DC universe? This is especially sad when taking into account the vast amount of heroes Warner Bros. do in fact have the rights to. From Blue Beetle to Doctor Fate, the sky really should be the limit for the franchise. The DCEU on ...
'Captain Marvel:' A Troubled Start for Marvel's Next Big Thing
4 months ago
This weekend's big talking point for many has been the release of Marvel Studio's latest installment into their Marvel Cinematic Universe, Captain Marvel (2019). From the lack of acceptance over a superhero movie that was female-led to misunderstood comments from Brie Larson that some took as racist and sexist, the film stumbled to sell many on its blockbuster quality. I tried to go in with an open mind, as I didn't want anyone's camp ruining this theater experience for me. I believe the MCU is ...
Why 'Green Book' Was My Favorite Movie of 2018
4 months ago
Though the title may seem to tell you otherwise, this is in fact a fair, unbiased movie review ... For the most part. Look, I loved Green Book (2018) and I'm not gonna act like I didn't or that I'm some sort of snob who needs to find negatives in stuff. It missed a few points, sure, but there's a reason it swept the Golden Globes this year. In fact, there are many that I'm gonna break down here. It may not be your cup of tea, but hear me out when I tell you this movie is worth the watch for many...
'Boulevard:' It's Never Too Late to Live for Yourself
5 months ago
If you would indulge me for a moment, I'm gonna talk about some pretty heavy stuff that pertains to life. I normally keep things pretty light-hearted around here, but I feel a need to help forward a message that the film I am going to review tonight was trying (in my opinion) to get out there. Life is a funny thing, in fact, it is something that a lot of us forget to experience. We get so caught up in conforming and following the same dull path so many of us had walked before. How often do you r...
'Ant-Man & The Wasp': A Little Setup for Bigger Things
5 months ago
When the first Ant-Man film was released in 2015, I was excited. Hank Pym was one of my favorite comic characters and his run as Ant-Man was enjoyable. Then when I saw the movie, safe to say I was pretty disappointed considering that Ant-Man was the Scott Lang version and as a whole the movie wasn't very good. Not to mention I'm not a big fan of Paul Rudd, so in general I wasn't too keen on a sequel. Sure enough, we got it this year shortly after the release of the highly successful Avengers: In...