Black Panther Review

Let me start this review by saying how unique of a film Black Panther is. It's as if the viewer is transported to a different culture. We're very used to seeing the New York setting in comic book films, so it's refreshing to see a new setting. The African scenery is beautiful. There's a scene... Continue Reading →

The Cloverfield Paradox Review

"Some thing has found us" read the tagline for 2008's Cloverfield. That film had arguably one of the most interesting marketing campaigns in the history of movies. The untitled trailer that played during Transformers, the mystery surrounding the story, and the Easter eggs on the web provided much anticipation for its opening day release. It... Continue Reading →

Godzilla: Planet of the Monsters Review

Ever since Godzilla made a triumphant return to the big screen in 2014 thanks to Legendary Pictures, the King of the Monsters has enjoyed a resurgence. TOHO released Shin Godzilla¬†in 2016, crushing the Japanese box office. In 2019, Godzilla will once again return to American theaters, and in 2020, he will do battle with King... Continue Reading →

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review

Star Wars is the undisputed king of science fiction when it comes to popularity. Every new film with the Star Wars name gets people talking. After a 10 year break (unless we count the animated Clone Wars film), the series was brought back with Episode VII: The Force Awakens. The film brought back classic characters... Continue Reading →

Justice League Review

You can't save the world alone. DC Comics has some of the most iconic characters of all time. Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman have been around since the early 20th century. Seeing the three together in a film was but a dream until last year with the release of Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.... Continue Reading →

Sonic Forces Review

Sonic the Hedgehog is one of the biggest names in the video game industry. Back in the 90s when SEGA still made consoles, the Blue Blur was a rival to Super Mario. It's unfortunate that quite a few of his later games were mediocre. Secret Rings,¬†Unleashed, and more recently Boom, all helped to sour the... Continue Reading →

Thor: Ragnarok Review

On August of 1962, Journey Into Mystery #83 released on the newsstands. That issue is legendary because, according to the cover, it stars "the most exciting super-hero of all time!" That hero is the mighty Thor. From that issue, Thor would become one of Marvel's biggest characters, appearing in his own ongoing series and as... Continue Reading →

Super Mario Odyssey Review

Super Mario. Those two words mean a lot of things for many people. For some, it references the nostalgic days of playing Super Mario Bros. on the NES in the 80s. For others, it's about modern installments such as going through the new arrivals list in Super Mario Maker. And then for the rest, it's... Continue Reading →

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle Review

The Mario franchise is no stranger to different genres. Platforming is what the series is known for, but there have been many different types of games. There have been sports, RPGs, and even a dancing game on one occasion. Despite all this however, I don't think many expected Mario to feature in an XCOM-style adventure.... Continue Reading →

My Little Pony: The Movie Review

On October 10, 2010, the world of pop culture was forever changed when a show called My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic premiered on The Hub/Discovery Family. This show began the fourth generation of the My Little Pony franchise. It was different than previous incarnations. The character designs were unique and it attracted a fan-base... Continue Reading →

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