Category: Reviews

REVIEW: The Bad Batch – Season 1, Episode 2, “Cut and Run”

After escaping Kamino with the enigmatic female clone Omega, the Batch are back for round 2. The Bad Batch had an excellent series premiere, tying into several different periods of Star Wars history and focusing on the plight of the clones following order 66. Can this series keep that momentum up an...

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REVIEW: The Flash – Season 7, Episode 8 “The People v. Killer Frost”

“The People v. Killer Frost” is a good note on which to return for The Flash, although it could’ve been a great one. It returns to the classic themes of the series, and it presents a more compelling ethical dilemma than I anticipated for a show – and a franchise – that has become so &helli...

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REVIEW: The Bad Batch – Season 1, Episode 1, “Aftermath”

It’s Star Wars Day, which means it’s time for the latest Star Wars animated series to kick off. The Bad Batch was introduced in a 4-episode story arc in season 7 of The Clone Wars. Clone Force 99 consists of four mutated clones with special abilities along with Echo, who joined them in t...

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REVIEW: The Mitchells vs. The Machines (2021)

On Friday, April 30th, Netflix released the latest film from Sony Pictures Animation, The Mitchells vs. The Machines. Coming from executive producers Phil Lord and Chris Miller (The Lego Movie, Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs, 21 Jump Street, Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse), the film follows a ...

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REVIEW: Invincible – Season 1 (2021)

Invincible is an animated series from Amazon Prime and executive producers Seth Rogen and Robert Kirkman (who also created The Walking Dead comics). The show is based on Kirkman’s comics of the same name and follows teenager Mark Grayson (Steven Yeun) as he explores his new superpowers. Natura...

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REVIEW: Monsters vs. Aliens (2009)

Monsters vs. Aliens isn’t a movie I recall being particularly jazzed to see. Starring Reese Witherspoon and released in 2009, Monsters vs. Aliens attempts to satirize B-movies of the 1950s as Shrek did for fairy tales and Megamind would later do for superhero films. The action-comedy explores ...

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