Chris Fox

Chris grew up during the Disney renaissance of animation and took his first trip to Disney World when he was ten. Even though he has loved Disney his whole life, his obsession didn't start until he began planning a trip for his honeymoon. Right now, his primary job (at least the one that doesn't pay the bills) is to indoctrinate his daughter with his love of Disney while at the same time convincing his wife to move to Orlando so he can become a tour guide in the parks. He can also be found indulging in his nerdy side (both Disney related and otherwise) at nerdintherealworld.wordpress.com.
  • Avengers: Infinity War – the pregame watch list

    Avengers: Infinity War is the culmination of 18 Marvel movies spanning 10 years, but does that mean you have to have watched all 18 previous movies to enjoy this one? If you’ve been holding off seeing Infinity War because you feel like you still need to watch a few MCU…

  • Avengers: Infinity War review (spoiler free)

    Avengers: Infinity War is a movie ten years in the making (or six years if you’re starting with the first glimpse of Thanos). There is so much going on in this movie, it’s hard to know where to start. (Note: this will be a spoiler-free review). Let’s start with the…

  • Marvel Studios Retrospective — Captain America: Civil War

    Civil War may officially be a Captain America film but it could also be called Avengers 2.5. As our next Marvel Cinematic Universe retrospective series we look at how Captain America: Civil War is a culmination of many of the non-Infinity Stone threads that were woven throughout various Marvel movies…

  • Marvel Studios Retrospective – Ant-Man

    When all of this began, Kevin Feige stated that each phase in the Marvel Cinematic Universe would end with an Avengers movie. Despite Feige’s quote, Phase 2 ends not with “Avengers: Age of Ultron” but with “Ant-Man” and that’s where we find ourselves in our Marvel Studios Retrospective series. It’s…

  • Marvel Studios Retrospective: Guardians of the Galaxy

    To say that making Guardians of the Galaxy was a risk is an understatement. Not since Iron Man had Marvel been so bold. An irreverent space opera starring not even B-list heroes? How could this possibly work? We dive into this seeming left-turn for the Marvel Cinematic Universe as part…

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