Featured, Reviews / 06.03.2019

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has taken many interesting turns over the last few years. We've seen the dazzling efforts of Ryan Coogler to inject Black Panther with an authenticity that provided black cinematic representation like never before. We've witnessed the quirky adventures of lesser-known entities like Ant-Man and Doctor Strange. And we've seen the culmination of the entire franchise with last year's gloriously devastating Avengers: Infinity War. In 2019, Marvel Studios maps a course through uncharted territory by finally placing a female character as the lead in their latest...

Opinion, Reviews / 05.07.2018

With the release of Marvel's epic undertaking Avengers: Infinity War, now seems the perfect time to look back on the decade-long franchise, and attempt to rank them in some sort of best-to-worst order. I preface this countdown by saying that, at least so far, Marvel has not made a necessarily "bad film," per se. But you can't deny some have soared just that little bit higher than the others. So without further ado, here is The Jam Report's definitive countdown of the films of Marvel's cinematic universe....

Reviews / 28.06.2018

Continuing their string of home runs, 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' is another glorious achievement for a studio we keep expecting to fail, yet seemingly never do. Providing precisely the antidote we needed after the devastating hole left in our hearts with one snap of Thanos' mighty fingers, the hilarious 'Ant-Man and the Wasp' could not be more pertinent. It's time for Marvel to provide us with some fun and levity again, and, boy, do they deliver....

Opinion, Reviews / 23.05.2016

Perhaps the most awkwardly ironic moment during the over-bloated mess that is X-Men: Apocalypse, Bryan Singer's latest chapter in the X-Men reboot trilogy, takes place after several characters leave a cinema showing Return of the Jedi. In an obviously snarky stab at X-Men: The Last Stand, one character is heard to remark something along the lines of "We all know the third movie is always the worst." Pot, meet kettle...