‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ TV Show Review: It’s All Perspective

Admittedly this show is going to upset people. As a black man, what does it mean to hold Captain America’s shield? The show asks that question and doesn’t shy away from uncomfortable topics.

From solid character moments to engaging fight scenes, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier gives MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) fans a much more familiar outing than they were given with WandaVision.

Netflix’s Umbrella Academy Is Not Your Typical Superhero Show

The story of the Umbrella Academy begins all the way back to 1989 when 43 children were born to different women around the globe who didn’t show signs of pregnancy the day of. Seven of these children were adopted by a man named Sir Reginald Hargreeves and he creates what is known as the Umbrella Academy.

Review: Deadpool 2 the Prime Example for R-Rated Superhero Flicks

Spoiler-free review: Deadpool 2 may take a while to get into the bloody action and the fourth wall breaking jokes. However, when it does this film easily proves why Deadpool belongs in the cinema. For the past few years, it feels like Marvel has completely taken over the superhero movie audience. These movies while enjoyableContinue reading “Review: Deadpool 2 the Prime Example for R-Rated Superhero Flicks”

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