‘Loki’ (Season 1) TV Show Review: A Brand New World

For many fans, Loki has been the most anticipated MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) show. While WandaVision and Falcon & The Winter Soldier were able to stand on their own, a journey with Loki could mean anything.

This season successfully intrigues the audience with an interesting and pleasurable experience.

‘Black Widow’ Film Review: You Can Always Count On Family

This is a true spy thriller! Explosions, automobile chases, and a lot of action Black Widow has it all, and it doesn’t waste any time getting into it.

It makes you wonder why the Avenger took so long to earn her film and why she doesn’t have as many as the other founding members of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.

‘WandaVision’ (Season 1) TV Show Review: It Doesn’t Matter How You Start – It’s How You Finish!

Like many others, I was concerned about where the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) would be headed after the conclusion of the most ambitious events in the series thus far.

However, my doubts were proven wrong, and once again, Marvel has found a way to hook their fans back in if they’re willing to stick with it.

‘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.

‘Holes’ Film Review: A Diamond in the Rough

If bad things always happened to you, would you think you were cursed? Well, our protagonist Stanley Yelnats IV (Shia LaBeouf), doesn’t believe so but his family sure does.

When a pair of shoes worn by a famous baseball player falls into Stanley’s hands, he’s soon picked up by the police and shortly after is thrown into a boot camp straight from a nightmare. Doomed to dig holes in the blazing hot sun for hours on end.

His only hope is to live out his days doing whatever it is the Warden asks of him and one day being able to gain his freedom.

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