Category: Reviews

REVIEW: WandaVision – Episode 8 “Previously On”

If there were any doubts about WandaVision being an amazing show, “Previously On” sets them to rest, as it dispenses with the living-in-a-sitcom hook – while still centering on Wanda, as opposed to the reprieve of “We Interrupt This Program” – without feeling diminished. On the contrary,...

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REVIEW: Doom Patrol – Season 1 (2019)

It’s no secret that Warner Bros. and DC have struggled with their film universe and squandered much of the goodwill initially garnered by its TV counterpart. The films are hit-or-miss for me, and I skipped the TV shows mostly because of their sheer number. When I heard about Doom Patrol, I didn’...

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REVIEW: Madagascar (2005)

DreamWorks had a weird year in 2004. Less than six months apart, the studio released one of the greatest sequels of all time and one of their worst movies to this day. Looking back, it seems like a total crapshoot as to what the studio would put out next. A sweeping, thoughtful epic like The &hellip...

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REVIEW: The Luminaries – Season 1 Episode 2, “The Place You Return”

*SPOILERS* “The Place You Return” begins right where “Fingerprint” left off, with Anna being introduced to Lydia’s husband, Crosbie Wells. After gloating about his prospected gold bag, Crosbie treats Anna to the story of how he and Lydia met. Crosbie miraculously won the jackpot on Lydia...

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WandaVision – Episode 7 “Breaking the Fourth Wall”

WandaVision jumps to the modern sitcom era with “Breaking the Fourth Wall,” a leisurely paced episode that sets up the season’s final stretch. It lacks some of the punch from previous weeks – necessarily, due to the shifting status quo – but it makes up for that with laugh-out-loud lampoon...

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REVIEW: Shark Tale (2004)

DreamWorks Animation released two movies in 2004, and they couldn’t have been more different. Shrek 2 and Shark Tale are both animated comedies with all-star casts packed with pop culture references and adult humor. However, that’s where the similarities end. The films’ characters ...

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