SPOILER ALERT! This review will contain spoilers for some aspects of WandaVision, so read at your own risk.
Amazon Prime’s “Utopia” (2020) is an intense power ride from beginning to end. The quick pacing of the plot with even more sinister underlying issues looming beneath work in its favor.
Since the 1950’s, the situation comedy has been one of the most popular forms of television.
Last year and into 2021 has been hard for everyone, making the need to forget what is happening around us ever present.
According to the ancient Greeks, we experience four types of love: Eros or romantic love, Storge or familial love, Philia or platonic love, and Philautia or self-love.
Every year right after the strike of midnight on Halloween, a good portion of channels start to play the same Christmas movies (and songs), over and over again.
The film industry has always had an interest and expressiveness with Greek mythology. Netflix has decided to try their hands at telling these tales with the new original anime, “The Blood of Zeus.”
Imagine everything you like about Star Wars: compelling, futuristic storylines; masterpiece soundtracks; and iconic and loveable characters. Take that and turn it into a Disney+ show.
“Guava Island”, Donald Glover’s 2019 musical-romance-thriller, is a simplified yet refreshing take of the familiar theme of capitalism and its impact on art, on society, and on the human spirit.
Photo credit: William Zabka as Johnny Lawrence faces off against Ralph Macchio as Daniel LaRusso in "Cobra Kai" courtesy Sony Pictures Television.