Brendan Rooney

Brendan Rooney has always been full of creativity and enthusiasm toward the world of widespread media. He is also a passionate comic book fan along with a die-hard sports pedigree. Brendan has written various articles covering all topics and dreams of forging a long-lasting legacy by bringing respect to the Rooney name as either a teacher, journalist, or whatever else the future holds. His work has been featured on Google, Quoted by Marvel Games, Reshared by Movie Trades, Broken exclusives, Spoke and presented at syndicated academic conferences as well.

Marvel Studios’ ‘The Marvels’ is cosmic insanity

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The latest Marvel Studios chapter in the overarching narrative thrives due to the values of simplicity – the ability to be viewer-friendly while acting as a dip into the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), which is reinforced by its non-stop pure adrenaline approach and the creative choice to utilize a no-filler (just killer) mentality, carried by a one hour and 45 minute runtime.

‘Blue Beetle:’ A family-filled adventure that reignites the DCU


Warner Bros and DC Studios have secured and finally acquired the critical summer sleeper they longed all year for. “Blue Beetle” is a visually grand achievement, all brought forth by Director Ángel Manuel Soto, who proudly celebrates the Latino community while creating a memorable experience for everyone centered around the importance of family, exemplifying how our choices shape our character.

‘Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse’ is pure art

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“Spider-Man: Across The Spider-Verse” is perfect in every way, and it’s due to its unlimited supply of creativity. It’s visually stunning, rich in detail, expressive in narrative and a pure cinematic achievement.

‘The Little Mermaid:’ Pure Disney magic

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Disney’s “The Little Mermaid” remake is extraordinary. Its beauty is weaved around its greatest strength—the essence of humanity—bringing forth a sense of maturity while elevating what made the original animation unique.

Marvel Studios’ ‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3:’ One last ride

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Marvel Studios’ “Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3” is subtly perfect, reinforced by the heart and humanity of found family, coming to terms with oneself, and the value of closure.

‘Black Adam’ electrifies: A spoiler free review

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Director Jaume Collet-Serra showcases the morality of our favorite heroes while peeling back the sorrow-stricken pain of Black Adam, who has never been given his chance to shine until now. Most notably, the film works its best when every character is given a choice while traversing the gray confinement of good and evil. 

REVIEW: ‘DC League of Super-Pets’ recognizes strength through love

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In a way, the film is a reminder to look around and recognize the balance of strength and companionship in the presence of the allure of friends, loved ones, or our animals that can always understand the range of emotions slowly escaping our subconscious. 

Black Adam’s new trailer looks to electrify and amaze the DC Universe

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The latest Black Adam trailer has officially dropped, meaning marketing is fully underway and it’s clear Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is bringing the intensity, and fans could be in for a treat when The Man in Black makes his long-awaited film debut. In addition to the official trailer, a synopsis was released as well which reads “From New Line Cinema, Dwayne Johnson stars in the action-adventure Black Adam. The first-ever feature film to explore the story of the DC Super Hero comes to the big screen under the direction of Jaume Collet-Serra (“Jungle Cruise”). Nearly 5,000 years after he was bestowed

‘Multiverse of Madness’ shows that Marvel should take chances more often

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“Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness” is a simple taste of what the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) could offer going forward by letting directors find solace in their creative landscapes. I’m hoping Marvel continues to take chances and reap the rewards. 

Will ‘Moon Knight’ get a season 2?


Marvel’s latest Disney + series debuted a new character into its live action cinematic universe. The final episode of “Moon Knight” will release on May 4. So far, the show is loved by the audience.

Why the Martha moment from ‘Batman v Superman’ is meaningful

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Remember when people went to see a “superhero movie” featuring two (actually three) of the most iconic superheroes together for the first time? For a lot of them, it wasn’t what they expected. It didn’t feel like a “superhero movie.”

Sonic 2: Racing past sequel expectations

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“Sonic The Hedgehog 2” is everything that a sequel should always strive for. “Sonic 2” did just that with the principle of hitting the ground running while fleshing out the story to feel expansive, committing to world-building, introducing the established lore without bogging down the narrative of the film, and compromising the spirit of the franchise. 

Barry Keoghan’s Joker officially revealed in ‘The Batman’ deleted scene

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Earlier this afternoon, WB and Director Matt Reeves have officially released a deleted scene from “The Batman.” The scene was made available through the website, and it shows Batman (Robert Pattinson) meeting the Joker. To note, this is the first official appearance by Barry Keoghan as the legendary Villain.

‘The Adam Project:’ A love letter to 80s sci-fi

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“The Adam Project” is a love letter to timeless classics, such as Steven Spielberg’s “ET” and Robert Zemeckis’s “Back To The Future,” while rekindling the childhood aspiration of being called to adventure through narratives and tales of fictional imagination centered around diamond absolutes and leaves one wondering if your future is the one you truly envision.

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