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I wasn’t satisfied with writing just one review for Spider-Man: Across the Spiderverse. I had to write two: this is the spoiler-free version!
Tetris Review Tetris. It’s one of the most famous video games of all time. It’s a game that is so simple in premise but can be absolutely addictive if you let … Continue Reading ‘Tetris’ Was the Movie I Couldn’t Stop Watching
One Piece Film: Red arrives to North America after making a huge splash in Japan, and it’s possibly the best film the legendary anime’s ever had.
Werewolf by Night Review I never saw the Universal Monsters movies before, but I know about their impact on pop culture. They provided the public with definitive versions of famous … Continue Reading Monsters Galore in Marvel Halloween Special!
Hocus Pocus 2 Review In July 1993, Disney released a comedic film named Hocus Pocus. Situated in Salem, the film told the story of the Sanderson Sisters, three Witches who … Continue Reading Sanderson Sisters on the Attack in ‘Hocus Pocus 2’
Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Review It’s no secret among Dragon Ball fans that the character with the most wasted potential is none other than Goku’s son, Gohan. When first introduced, he was … Continue Reading Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Gives Gohan His Due
Thor: Love and Thunder Review No one wants to say it, but plenty know it’s true: the MCU lacks direction post-Endgame. With Phase Four focused on the post-Thanos world, it … Continue Reading ‘Thor: Love and Thunder’ is a Fun & Silly Waste of Time
Lightyear Review One of the earliest memories I have as a kid was watching the original Toy Story on VHS. Or listening to the book version on cassette tape. The … Continue Reading Lightyear Makes it to Infinity, but Not Quite Beyond
Turning Red, Pixar’s latest film, serves as a brilliant metaphor for the challenges of growing up, breaks Pixar’s rules, and is amazing!
Spider-Man: No Way Home Review Source-TV Tropes, Marvel Studios, Sony In a year that’s been jam-packed with MCU content, Spider-Man: No Way Home … ‘No Way Home’ is the Spider-Man … Continue Reading ‘No Way Home’ is the Spider-Man Film 20 Years in the Making
emember how excited fans were when My Hero Academia got its first film? Some of the most elite Shonen series have made it onto the big screen over the years; it’s like an unofficial sign of greatness. Now, MHA has its film cinematic outing available in the US, World Heroes Mission, and it opens us up to the world of heroes beyond that of Japan. Unfortunately, the villain this time around is neither charismatic nor memorable like other villains.
After all these years, though, Dune finally gets a proper film adaptation. And despite being only half the story, it lives up to the epic scope of its source material.
With the fate of the multiverse in the balance, only one team of heroes can save it: the Multiversal Avengers assemble!
The Avengers were supposed to be Earth’s mightiest heroes, but this week’s What If…? asks what would happen if they never rose?
With the Internet set ablaze by the recent teaser trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home, and what Spidey may have to do to get his identity back under … The … Continue Reading The First Time The World Forgot About Spider-Man