It has been my honor to provide 42Fifty with my hot takes on the most exceptional classic albums in music history. Now that the long school year is almost over, I’ve decided to do something special.
This list is made up of all of the Marvel Cinematic Universe released so far, ranking them from worst to best. This is all opinion-based, so there is no need to get all upset. At the end of the day, everyone will have different views. All movies on this list are still watchable, even with their flaws, which just shows the MCU’s ability to produce, at a minimum, decent content.
It’s been four years since we got our hands on a “Mortal Kombat” game. Fans like myself were excited to get our hands on “Mortal Kombat 11,” developed by NetherRealm Studios and published by Warner Bros Games. The game came out on April 23, 2019, and it is much better than the last one. The graphics are amazing, story mode is impressive, and a lot more has been added and changed. In this review I will be going through the things I liked about the game and the things that could use some improvement.
It's the series departure, and has been one of the best episodes in a while. It has an amazing and engaging story, gameplay, and unique artstyle that the creators have consistently used to great effect.
This was a good selection for the Standing O, because the plot was very interesting and the roles were played well by the students.