Tag: Diane Guerrero

REVIEW: Encanto (2021)

I haven’t been dreading Disney’s Encanto, but I wasn’t excited for it either. It’s an original story directed by Byron Howard (Tangled) and Jared Bush (Zootopia) that features new music by Lin-Manuel Miranda. Sounds great, right? I try not to put too much stock in trailers, but the marketing...

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REVIEW: Doom Patrol Season 3, Episode 10, “Amends Patrol”

*SPOILERS* “Amends Patrol” finds the crew surrounding their crashed van. Larry’s worm attacks him, and Jane is out of commission altogether. Rita tries to rally them to soldier on to Florida. The Patrol can’t see eye to eye as Shelley appears and envelops them in fog. Laura w...

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REVIEW: Doom Patrol Season 3, Episode 8, “Subconscious Patrol”

*SPOILERS* “Subconscious Patrol” opens in Vic’s memory as he confronts a past mistake. In Jane’s mind, she and the other alternates are transformed into Muppet-like creatures who exist at Kay’s will. Kay is whisked away by one of Malcolm’s birds. Meanwhile, Cliff ...

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REVIEW: Doom Patrol – Season 3, Episodes 6 and 7, “1917 Patrol” and “Bird Patrol”

*SPOILERS* “1917 Patrol” finds Rita near the end of her journey in Laura’s time machine. Her memory is wiped by the time she arrives in 1917 Iowa. She encounters a farmer’s wife who calls the Bureau of Normalcy on her. The Brotherhood of Evil watches as Rita is taken away. Me...

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REVIEW: Doom Patrol – Season 3, Episode 5 “Dada Patrol”

*SPOILERS* “Dada Patrol” revisits the ongoing tension among Jane and her alternate personalities, as Kay would like to go up and choose a pair of new shoes. The therapist personality tries to talk her out of it, reminding the girl that there’s a system in place. Jane advocates for Kay’s righ...

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REVIEW: Doom Patrol Season 3, Episode 4 “Undead Patrol”

*SPOILERS* “Undead Patrol” opens with the unsettling sight of Willoughby desecrating Niles’ disembodied head. As implied at the end of “Possibilities Patrol,” he uses it to bring Niles’ spirit back to the human world. Willoughby’s crusade of petty, self-serv...

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