Have you ever wanted to enjoy something more? Through a lengthy two and nearly half an hour runtime Army of the Dead both impressed while also disappointing me, seeing the potential that was wasted.
Superheroes have been given much emphasis for years. It feels like every other month, a new show or film is coming out dealing with super-powered individuals.
Invincible was no different, and for weeks all I saw on social media was “have you seen the new episode of Invincible” or “did the new episode come out yet?”. It was an internet phenomenon but did it live up to all the hype?
Last Chance U couldn’t capture the highs and lows of playing a sport any better than they already have. Blood, sweat, and tears build brotherhood even among the most unlikely individuals.
It’s fun, engaging, and relatable throughout its run, and it’s sure to be a must-watch by many basketball fans.
Have you ever seen the world through the eyes of a person who believes they’re in the right when that couldn’t be further from the truth? Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) is a loner who works at a book store that keeps to himself for the most part.
Until one faithful day when a woman named Genevieve Beck (Elizabeth Lail) walks into his store. Joe becomes infatuated with Beck, and he will stop at nothing to gain her love.
Out of nowhere comes one of the best Star Wars pieces of media seen in the past decade. From the first episode, I could tell that Disney had something special in their hands. Now after finishing the last episode of season one I’m more than excited to see where the future of this show lies.