Tag: May

New to HBO Max in May 2021

HBO Max brings a fresh chance to enjoy Tenet and Wonder Woman 1984 as well as much more legacy content to enjoy. This month...

New to Disney Plus in May 2021

From Cruella, Star Wars: The Bad Batch, and the return of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, Disney Plus has plenty to watch...

New to Amazon Prime Video in May 2021

Prime Video isn't slowing down in May with a new limited series to look forward to, original movies/documentaries, and much more. May brings new...

New to Netflix in May 2021

Netflix has big plans for the Summer and it kicks off in May with a SLEW of new shows and movies to enjoy. Here's...

New to Hulu in May 2021

May is here and brings some fresh content to Hulu, including the debut of Marvel's animated comedy, MODOK, and a few things you'll have...

TMP’s Summer 2012 Movie Guide: May


Honestly, if I was forced to judge Summer 2012 at first glance, I would say it was pretty weak.  Compared to 2011 and 2010, there's just not as many movies to look forward to.  While it seems easy to write off this Summer as a dud, I have three reasons why it might actually be awesome; The Dark Knight Rises, The Avengers, and Prometheus.  Honestly, that's all Summer 2012 needs in order to be one for the history books.  Even then, there's still more than enough films to warrant your attention this summer.  To help you sort through them all, we've once again compiled all the most interesting films of the season into four easy to read, informative guides.  For the next four days, we'll take you on a journey through the best cinema has to offer in Summer 2012.  Welcome to our Summer 2012 Movie Guide!  Here's Part One, focusing entirely on the month of May.  Enjoy!

TMP Reviews: Thor


From the beginning, Thor was expected to have the most difficult production of all the Marvel movies.  Well his other Avenger cronnies stuck to science fiction formula, Thor was a different breed all together.  Believe it or not, Norse superheros aren't that scientific, nor believable, and Thor was going to have to find away to bridge the gap between itself and The Avengers.  On top of all of that, it had to deliver a mainstream film that audiences would like without taking away the fantasy elements geeks would swoon over.  Now, with the film's release already upon us, can we validly say the film succeeded in juggling all of these elements?

To put it bluntly, a resounding "YES."