I love the Marvel comics movies… now reading the actual comics isn’t a favorite past time simply because I’d rather read the story all together instead of waiting each month for another installment. I really like the graphic novels for that reason… the entire story all in one book.
Coming this spring, on April 4, 2014, Captain America: The Winter Solider will be in theaters!
There is some pretty cool concept art to go along with the movie too! Take a look…
Pretty cool, huh?
I’m sure that this is one of those movies that my husband will want to see. Again… and again…
Image via WikipediaThe prompt from Mama Kat’s Writer’s Workshop that I has to write on last minute is…. What was it about that movie? Describe A movie you once had memorized.
Yeah, I know. It’s late in the day but I had to do it. I love movies. And more importantly I love the John Hughes movies from the 80’s.
“They were five total strangers, with nothing in common, meeting for the first time. A brain, a beauty, a jock, a rebel and a recluse. Before the day was over, they broke the rules. Bared their souls. And touched each other in a way they never dreamed possible.”
So if you don’t know The Breakfast Club is about 5 high school kids who get stuck in detention on a Saturday. These kids are as different as night and day but at the end of the day walk out knowing more about each other, understanding each others social group a bit more, and even friends.
I watch this movie any chance that I get no matter how far along the movie is! I think I may even own it (I know that I have Pretty in Pink & Sixteen Candles).
Some of my favorites scenes from The Breakfast Club are when they’re all running around the library dancing, sneaking through the hallways avoiding Vernon, Allison putting cereal and Pixie Stix on her sandwich, Brian reading the essay that he had written for all of them, Allison’s transformation, and of course the end where they all walk out together.
If you haven’t seen it go out and rent it now! Along with all the other iconic movies from the 80’s by John Hughes. They are amazing!