While 'Zack Snyder's Justice League' is a testament to the creative vision and the true passion of the fans that supported it, it's release has left a bittersweet taste in everyone's mouth. Despite the success and overwhelming love it's getting from the fans, Warner Brothers has no plans to continue with this story. The chaotic … Continue reading Why ‘The Snyder Cut’ Feels Like a Bittersweet Victory.
As she steps into the black-and-white sheen of the sitcom she had just created, Wanda Maximoff enters a world of ignorant bliss, free from the cruel pain the real world had to offer her. A sense of unknowing relief washes over her as she meets with her true lover, Vision. Her soul broken down with … Continue reading How ‘WandaVision’ Explores Identity In The Face of Grief.
Despite making these past nine Fridays something to look forward to, Marvel's 'WandaVision' has unfortunately ended. With the appropriately titled 'The Series Finale' airing yesterday, it's time to take a look at the finale itself and how it altered the overall quality of the show. Was it the finale you expected? Probably not. Did it … Continue reading ‘WandaVision’ Ends Not With a Finale But With A Pause Button.
'Wonder Woman 1984' comes to us this holiday season to provide blockbuster-level entertainment and a much-needed sense of normalcy for us cinephiles. Despite watching it at home on a much smaller screen, there was this nostalgic sense of anticipation that I haven't felt for a while. I tried to make the night feel as much … Continue reading ‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Is A Disappointing Waste of Potential.
'The New Mutants' is a name you've seen around on the internet for three years at this point. It has transformed from being a superhero horror spin-off to becoming the finale of the 20th Century X-Men Franchise. It made it's digital debut this week and it's time to talk spoilers! As an overall opinion on … Continue reading The New Mutants – SPOILER REVIEW!
The Umbrella Academy has finally returned to our screens with it's highly anticipated second season. The show is based off the comic-book series created by Gerard Way and it has been translated to television thanks to Steve Blackman and Jeremy Slater. After a massive cliffhanger, we find the dysfunctional family scattered through 1960's America. Faith … Continue reading Insanity Doesn’t Begin To Explain “The Umbrella Academy” Season 2 | REVIEW!
Nowadays, there is simply too much to watch, which isn't a bad thing, if anything it's wonderful that there is a show made for everyone. However with the incredible amount of content that is being put out, reviews for all of them seem like a instant stress-inducing headache. Instead of reviewing each show on their … Continue reading What I Watched This Fall. (TV)
Joker is directed by Todd Phillips and it is the origin story of arguably the most popular comic book villain of all time, The Joker. This movie follows Arthur Fleck, a mentally ill stand-up comedian who is failed by society everyday until he decides to do something about it and the path that follows will … Continue reading Joker – Movie Review!
WARNING: THERE ARE SPOILERS IN THIS REVIEW! Spider-Man 3 is directed by Sam Raimi and it is the final movie in the Raimi Spider-Man trilogy. In this final installment, Peter battles his inner demons as a cosmic entity known as the symbiote attaches to him as a host and evokes negative emotions and action out … Continue reading Spider-Man 3 – Movie Review!
Spider-Man 2 is once again directed by Sam Raimi and it takes place two years after the events of the first movie. Peter is having a ridiculously hard time balancing his double-life as Peter Parker and Spider-Man. He eventually comes to a point where he has to choose between living a normal life or saving … Continue reading Spider-Man 2 – Movie Review!