Tag: miniseries

REVIEW: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier – Episode 5 “Truth”

The condescendingly titled “Truth” (which, since no big answers to anything are revealed, can only mean “We’re about to lay some truth on you”) is the episode where The Falcon and the Winter Soldier goes all-in on identity politics and makes Captain America all about race. People who want ...

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REVIEW: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier – Episode 4 “The Whole World is Watching”

With “The Whole World is Watching,” The Falcon and the Winter Soldier continues to continue. That’s all it feels like at this point; it’s going through its paces to get to the end. There are bland characters (some of whom used to be fun and cool), weak humor, dull conversations written by pe...

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REVIEW: The Falcon and the Winter Solider – Episode 3 “Power Broker”

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is now officially halfway done, and the third episode, “Power Broker,” makes one thing abundantly clear: the people behind this show don’t care. It’s lazy, poorly plotted, flies in the face of MCU history, does potentially cool things for no purpose (which s...

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REVIEW: The Luminaries – Episode 6 “The Old Moon in the Young Moon’s Arms”

After a one-week hiatus, The Luminaries returns for its series finale in “The Old Moon In the Young Moon’s Arms.” I haven’t been a fan of The Luminaries this far; on the contrary, I find the characters lackluster and the story tedious and confusing. I felt lost after episode ...

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REVIEW: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier – Episode 2 “The Star-Spangled Man”

With “The Star-Spangled Man,” The Falcon and the Winter Soldier moves forward in some areas, but steps backward in others, with a net result of running in place. It’s certainly not as boring as “New World Order,” and it takes a surprising early route with a controversial new character, but...

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REVIEW: The Luminaries – Season 1, Episode 5 “Paradox”

*SPOILERS* “Paradox” starts with a literal bang as Anna’s gunshot somehow hits Emery instead of herself. Meanwhile, it’s more scheming with Lydia as she insists that she and Francis must beat Lauderback. She knows they’ll both go to jail if Lauderback and Crosbie figure out wha...

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