‘Cobra Kai’ (Season 3) TV Show Review: Consistency Is Key

When The Karate Kid came to theaters in 1984 I’m certain that the creators as well as the actors did not believe the series would be relevant over 30 years later. Not only that but since Cobra Kai began it has proved itself to be a remarkable continuation of The Karate Kid.
The balance between campy and serious tones make for an enjoyable show. Even if some of the moments are a little corny for their own good.

‘Soul’ Film Review: Does it miss the Boat?

2020 may be one of the most memorable years for the wrong reasons. Many lives have been changed and for avid movie goers their routine of checking out the next blockbuster in theaters was stripped away from them.

While new movies releasing on streaming services isn’t ideal “Soul” is definitely worth a watch even if the normal Pixar audiences may not enjoy it as much as previous films.

‘The Devil All the Time’ Film Review: What Was the Point of It All?

Have you ever invested your time into something only for you to question the reason you did it in the first place? “The Devil All the Time” is a gruesome and slow burning film that doesn’t know how to take off.

‘Cobra Kai’ (Season 1) TV Show Review: Always Strike First

This is how you bring back a classic! Cobra Kai is an action-packed, comedic, well-executed drama that succeeds at most levels as a TV show.

This is a love letter to the fans of the original Karate Kid but even if you don’t have a history with this series it’s still incredibly easy to dive right into.

‘Midsommar’ Film Review: How Long Until the Cows Come Home?

When I reached the conclusion of this film and the credits rolled for the first time ever I was filled with uncertainty. I had no idea if this movie was great or if it was just your average run of the mill creepy film. What I will say is Midsommar is a movie you should watch for yourself and generate your own opinion.

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