It’s been two weeks since the end of WandaVision. The show that took the world by storm and ushered us into Phase 4 of the MCU. In this post-Endgame MCU, everyone’s trying to find their way in a world without the Avengers, no Iron Man, and Steve Rogers an old man. A world where 3.5 billion came back after five years of being dead and loved ones died or moved on. And amidst the great action of the opening to The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, its clear that finding a new normal’s easier said than done.
Ever since WandaVision started, fans have been relentlessly asking questions about it. Is someone controlling Wanda and making her do this? How the heck did Pietro and Vision come back? Is Agnes really Agatha Harkness? But do you know what the biggest question has been? It’s how did the event dubbed the “Westview Anomaly” start, and how did Wanda’s powers start acting like they were on steroids? Not one knew the answer to those last two; not even Wanda.
That changes with the penultimate episode. Naughty Agatha makes Wanda take a trip down memory lane that reveals the truth about the Westview Anomaly. And that’s only the start of the bombshells we get this week.
If you thought last week’s episode of WandaVision was crazy, then you haven’t seen what this week’s episode does. See, what happens is…wait a minute, I’m not telling you guys! You should read my review and find out!
Disney has just revealed their plans for the next few years with Disney Investor Day, and there’s a lot to look forward to!
Today, it was confirmed that Alfred Molina will return to play Doc Ock in the next Spider-Man film. And I am beyond happy about it!
In a world where it feels like life is bogus, two dudes from the 90s return with a most excellent movie. They are Bill & Ted and this is their latest excellent adventure.
As the world mourns the loss of Chadwick Boseman, I reflect on his impact and how he had the strength to keep being an actor even while he was fighting cancer.
It feels surreal knowing that it’s been five years since Phineas and Ferb took a bow, and now here we are. Now the show’s back, and with a new movie on Disney+, no less! It’s everything that Dan and Swampy promised. In all honesty, it feels like the show never left.
They are the pinnacle of horrible parenting at it’s absolute worst. Happy Father’s Day everyone, and today, I wanted to take a look at some examples of characters that I consider to be the worst dad’s in fiction. Whether they neglected their children or were verbally or physically abusive to them, these are the deadbeats that Child Protective Services would love to put behind bars. That is, if they could.
Dudes and dudettes, so far 2020 has been, like, bogus! First Australia was on fire, then that bogus Pandemic shuts down everything, and then the protests. Then these evil murder wasps show up and start, like, wrecking everything. This world needs something to unite the world and remind everyone to be excellent to each other. This world…needs the Great Ones.
To celebrate its 25th anniverserary, I look back on the cult hit A Goofy Movie and see if it’s as good as we thought it was growing up. Spoilers: it is!
Star Wars: The Clone Wars Season 7, Episode 8 Review After struggling to find its footing, the Ashoka Alone arc finally manages to do so in its final chapter. I’ve … Continue Reading What it Means to Be a Jedi
What did Ashoka do in the days after she left the Jedi, and how did they shape her into the Rebel Leader she became? The final season of The Clone Wars is finally giving us a look at what she did. As far as openings go, though, I’m not impressed.
Remember how I said that Sidious came back from the dead by cloning himself? Turns out I that I called it, and here’s the proof!
As I was leaving the movie theater after seeing Pixar’s new movie ”Onward”, I realized something. As of this November, Pixar’s been making movies for 25 years! My mind was … Continue Reading Onward to the Movies