Hawkeye

“Hawkeye” is streaming on Disney Plus. It received positive reviews from critics, fans and streamers alike. As you may know, a spin-off with “Echo” is in development streaming soon on Disney Plus. Other upcoming shows like “Moon Knight,” “She-Hulk,” “Ms. Marvel” & Secret Invasion” will stream this year. Todays review contains no SPOILERS. Feel free […]

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Spider-Man: No Way Home

“Spider-Man: No Way Home” is currently out in theaters. The third solo film starring Tom Holland earned positive reviews from critics, fans and movie goers alike. So far, it is making money at the box office. Recently, Tom Holland confirmed he will reprise his role as The Web Slinger in a new trilogy. As you […]

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The Amazing Spider-Man 2

After Sony’s reboot and first installment of “The Amazing Spider-Man” with Andrew Garfield was released in 2012, the company worked on a sequel continuing Peter Parker’s adventure as the titular character. This time he squares off against Electro, Rhino & Green Goblin in a botched copy to replicate the Marvel Cinematic Universe or MCU for […]

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Invincible: Season 1

Hello fellow streamers from around the globe. I’ve selected an Amazon Prime series as my 700th post. I’ve been writing articles based on movies, shows, anime, mini-series and video games for the past five years. I’ll do a brief history on comic book turned animated series. It’s not too long. In 2003, Image Comics (Spawn, […]

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Flashback Review: The Lion King (1994)

After “Aladdin” came out in 1992 alongside Quentin Tarantino’s film debut “Reservoir Dogs,” Disney worked on their next big project. That’s right, the big one that arguably defines “The Disney Renaissance” is none other than “The Lion King.” Dating back to 1988, The Lion King was actually in development. At the time, Disney made a […]

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Unpregnant

In 2019, a novel titled, “Unpregnant” published in both digital and physical format. The book is about a seventeen-year-old girl who discovers she’s pregnant. Not willing to become a mother that’ll jeopardize her chance to go to Ivy League College, she decides to go on a cross country road trip to Alburquerque, New Mexico with […]

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Marvel’s What If: Season 1

All episodes of What If’s first season are now streaming on Disney Plus. It received positive reviews from critics, fans and streamers. Due to COVID-19, a tenth episode was pushed back leaving only nine episodes completely finished. An upcoming second season will pick up the pieces. As you may know, Disney Plus Day announced a […]

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Eternals

Eternals is currently out in theaters. It received mixed reviews from critics, fans and movie goers. So far, it’s making revenue at the box office. As a Marvel fan, I’ve never read an Eternals comic. For time I heard of them is when Kevin Feige announced Phase 4’s batch of films and shows tied to […]

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Tropic Thunder

During his early career, Ben Stiller worked on Steven Spielberg’s war drama “Empire Of The Sun” playing a soldier. He thought of an idea about actors filming a war movie, but unaware they’re caught in the middle of an actual war. Two Decades Later, Ben expanded his idea with the help of fellow actor/writer Justin […]

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Dune: Part One

In 1965, Frank Herbert published a novel called, “Dune.” The book is about a young man named, Paul Atreides born with special abilities is destined to protect the universe’s priceless resource during an ongoing struggle between his royal family and a dictator who wants full control of it. Dune became a hit spawning sequels, prequels, […]

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Gamer’s Review: Dead Space 2

“Dead Space 2” was officially released in 2011 (same year Skyrim came out) on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. Like it’s predecessor, the sequel earned critical acclaim from critics and gamers alike. “Dead Space 3” concluded the series. It’s a shame Electronic Arts (EA for short) didn’t make a fourth game due to the […]

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No Time To Die

After “Spectre” was released in 2015, a fifth installment of the rebooted “James Bond” with Daniel “Dan” Craig titled, “No Time To Die” began development. When Sam Mendes left to make other projects, MGM & Eon Productions offered directors Christopher Nolan, (my personal hero) Danny Boyle (Trainspotting, 28 Days Later, Sunshine) & Denis Villeneuve (Prisoners, […]

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Justice League Dark (2017)

Hello my fellow movie goers from around the globe. It’s finally Halloween Month. Meaning, I’ll be selecting horror related movies, then post a review if it’s good or bad. This time I’ve decided to pick the eighth installment of the “DC Animated Movie Universe” (not connected to Bruce Timm’s Batman) focusing on Batman teaming up […]

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Venom: Let There Be Carnage

After “Venom” came out in 2018 earning negative reactions from critics, fans and movie goers alike, Sony commenced development of a Venom sequel and their own cinematic universe based on characters from “Spider-Man” such as “Morbius,” “Kraven The Hunter,” “Nightwatch” & “Madame Web.” Both Morbius & “Venom: Let There Be Carnage” were delayed, due to […]

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Flashback Review: X-Men: The Last Stand

After “X2: X-Men United” was released in 2003, 20th Century Fox (pre-Disney purchase) commenced development on a third installment. Bryan Singer (back when he had dignity as a respected director) was attached to direct to direct, but he dropped out to make “Superman Returns” The original 1978 “Superman” with Christopher Reeve inspired him to make […]

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