Category: Reviews

REVIEW: The Flash – Season 7, Episode 4 “Central City Strong”

Officially, “Central City Strong” is the fourth episode of The Flash’s seventh season, but it was supposed to be the season premiere, and it shows. This week deals with the fallout from the Mirrorverse arc and acts mainly as a checkpoint for the characters to get them back on superhero track. ...

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REVIEW: Doom Patrol Season 2 (2020)

The first season of Doom Patrol left plenty of loose ends for its follow-up to focus on. How would everybody get back to normal size after shrinking to fight Mr. Nobody inside the painting? Would Rita ever gain control of her unique anatomy? How can the team ever forgive the Chief after his dark sec...

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REVIEW: Shrek the Third (2007)

2007 reminds me a lot of 2004 in terms of DreamWorks Animation’s cinematic output. In both years, they released a Shrek sequel in May and in the fall, a comedy featuring anthropomorphic animals starring a well-known comedian. We’ll talk about Bee Movie next time, but one big difference between t...

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REVIEW: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier – Episode 1 “New World Order”

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is the second Marvel show to step up to Disney+’s plate, and whether it’s got a tough act to follow is sort of up in the air. Some (myself included) liked WandaVision quite a bit, but for others, the finale – which, admittedly, dropped the ball on some things ...

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REVIEW: Zack Snyder’s Justice League (2021)

When I saw Justice League in theaters back in 2017, I liked it fine. It feels like an eternity has passed since then for a number of reasons, not the least of which being that the past year has felt like a decade. The first week or so after seeing the original Justice League cut, …

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REVIEW: The Flash Season 7, Episode 3 “Mother”

“Mother,” the season finale that is no longer a season finale but still feels like a season finale, is the perfect encapsulation of The Flash in its later seasons. Parts of it are great and harken back to the best of the show’s heyday; other parts are bad, tedious, and make you check your watc...

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