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She-Hulk,Stranger Things 4, & Obi-Wan Kenobi
I have a very basic, and very groundbreaking, question. One that has never been asked before, I’m sure. Why do we watch things?
Only Murders in the Building Season 1 Review
The murderer could be the person standing with you in the elevator. Season 1 of Only Murders in the Building aired in 2021. A murder occurs in a New York City apartment building. Three strangers who have lived different lives in the film industry band together to solve this case.
5 Anime Moments That Made Me Cry as a Child
I've been watching anime for almost as long as I can remember, and I still watch anime today. The shows I watch as an adult usually have more mature themes than what I watched as a kiddo, but there are exceptions. I've found that the Japanese give children, as an audience, more credit than much of the Western world in terms of what themes they can handle in their content. While they have long produced anime and manga aimed at young adults, the "kids' shows" like Sailor Moon, Pokemon, and Dragon Ball don't shy away from the serious stuff when it serves the narrative.
'House Of The Dragon': A Timeline Of Who Has Owned The Catspaw Dagger
The first episode of the highly anticipated Game Of Thrones prequel, House Of The Dragon, has arrived. While House Of The Dragon takes place nearly two hundred years earlier, during the heyday of House Targaryen's rule, fans were delighted with a scene in the series first episode that foreshadowed the events of Game Of Thrones.
How to Write an Excellent Film Review
Film reviews are a fun thing just like the films themselves. Not all films are fun but reviews, they can all be fun. What is a Film Review and Who Can Write a Film Review?
My Review of "Calvin Harris: Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 2"
Calvin Harris: Funk Wav Bounces Vol. 2 has recently been released. The album is a nice sequel to the first Vol. 1. If you're familiar with the type of songs with Vol. 1 you will be right at home with Vol. 2. Nothing has really made this album that much different from Vol. 1 but that's not necessarily a bad thing either. You know what you're going to get into and you'll be satisfied with the results.
She-Hulk, The Honest Review
For the most part, I’m ignoring everything around the show, cast and crew interviews for the most part aren’t relevant. The whole, “why isn’t Bruce called He-Hulk” nonsense just isn’t relevant to the show, but there are a few bits that are so telling when you watch this show.
The only heir of the decade: the first episode of House of the Dragon
Westeros, 111. There are 170 years left before the birth of Daenerys and the collapse of the Targaryens, and so far their dynasty is at the height of its power. A family that owns a dozen dragons is not in danger of being challenged.
The Sandman Review
A dense epic and inexhaustible humanism in the adaptation of the cult comic book by Neil Gaiman. Dreamlord Morpheus (Tom Sturridge) is mistakenly imprisoned by an occultist. After being in captivity for several decades, he is released without the artifacts he needs. The hero goes in search of stolen items and at the same time tries to regain control over people's dreams in the changing world.
The Movies That Made Me: How I Became A Film Critic
Recently I watched a documentary on film art and history and it put me in the mind of thinking about my formative moviegoing experiences. Remembering the moviegoing experiences that shaped who I am as a film critic and as someone who simply loves movies. My earliest moviegoing experience was not all that memorable. I was 6 years old and my brother Chuck and his then girlfriend took me and my brother Kevin and my younger sister Amy to see E.T.
Film Review: 'Moxie'
Synopsis: Vivian Carter (Hadley Robinson) is an introverted 16-year-old hoping to keep off the radar during her junior year at Rockport High School. But that all changes when she meets Lucy Hernandez (Alycia Pascual-Peña). A bold and unapologetic new student, Lucy speaking her mind in class and standing up to oafish jock Mitchell Wilson (Patrick Schwarzenegger) opens Vivian's eyes to the rampant sexism of Rockport High. After stumbling across some memorabilia from her mother's time as a feminist activist, Vivian gets an idea: publish an anonymous zine at her school dubbed "Moxie" calling for the student body to rise up against their school's toxicity. But as things progress, Vivian realizes that anonymously starting a revolution isn't going to be easy--and it may come with some unforeseen consequences. Will the power of Moxie prevail? Or will the status quo reign supreme?
When the Living Bury the Dead
Wake up babe, a new 95 Theses just dropped. For those lucky enough to not have your lives inundated by the relentless hellscape that is Twitter, you may have missed the latest discourse. The microcosm of wokescold-eat-wokescold that is Book Twitter (booktwt for short) has once again proven that reading and being utterly illiterate are not mutually exclusive. At 10:39 pm on August 17, a thread dropped which rendered the general atmosphere of Twitter somewhere between uninhabitable and euphoric. The thread–the poster of which remain unnamed to avoid further harassment of her–started like this: