'What If...?' Couples Astounding Animation And Superb Storytelling - Review

As people, we always question things and ponder about where we might be had we decided to take a different path or if something in our lives had happened in a different way. In the animated series What If…? the Marvel Cinematic Universe as we know it is turned on its head and will leave viewers in awe of these alternate realities. The first three episodes follow the journeys of Agent Peggy Carter, T’Challa and Nick Fury as they navigate new territory that we’ve never seen before.

Dev Patel Leads A Sumptuous And Epic Arthurian Tale In ‘The Green Knight’

If you’re looking to experience Arthurian lore, mystery, intrigue and Dev Patel all in one beautifully crafted film, then The Green Knight is surely a piece of cinema that you have to add to your must-watch list as soon as possible. Not only does the film allow viewers to bear witness to yet another powerful performance from Patel, but is also a visual and visceral experience unlike any other.

'Jungle Cruise' Is An Entertaining Ride Along The Amazon River - Review

So, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson and Emily Blunt meet each other in a bar alongside the Amazon River… No, this is not the beginning of some corny joke (of which Jungle Cruise has many, thanks to Johnson’s Frank firing off ‘dad’ jokes like they’re going out of style), this is quite literally a plot point in Disney’s latest adventure film, Jungle Cruise. Dr. Lily Houghton (Blunt) is on a mission to find the Tears of the Moon, a tree now that grows petals capable of curing any illness or injury...

REVIEW – Marvel Comics ‘Thor & Loki: Double TRouble’ #4

What can possibly go wrong with a pair of Thors and a Loki trying to locate a mysterious orb stolen right from Odin’s vaults? Well, the answer is a bit of what you’d expect and some of what you wouldn’t. But the biggest surprise of all comes when another Loki is added to the fray, and of course, she has the orb within her grasp. Now, trying to get this other Loki to part with the orb so that Thor and Loki number one can get home? Well, that’s certainly much easier said than done.

'Black Widow' Is An Exciting Spy Thriller That Gives Natasha Romanoff Her Due - Review

If you were wondering what Natasha Romanoff a.k.a. Black Widow (Scarlett Johansson) was doing after the events of Captain America: Civil War and before the snap of Avengers: Infinity War, then look no further than the next entry into the MCU, Black Widow. Black Widow follows the former Red Room-trained assassin as she navigates life after the events of Civil War. Clearly, she did not think she could zap the King of Wakanda and simply get away with it, right?

It Is Extremely Easy To Become Enamoured With Disney•Pixar's 'Luca' - Review

What if all you wanted to do was explore a world that was entirely different from the one you’ve been living in? But since the dwellers of this world being terribly afraid of you, you had no choice but to hide your real identity from everyone? Well, that is Luca in a nutshell (or rather a seashell). The latest film from Disney•Pixar follows a young sea monster named Luca (Jacob Tremblay) as he embarks on a journey of self-discovery and potential danger when he ventures to the surface world.

‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ Better Late Than Never – Review

“They said the Age of Heroes would never come again.” Kudos to Snyder and his team for pulling off something that was indeed epic in scale and mythos, which showcases the characters, heroes and villains alike, in all of their complexities in the way Snyder wanted them to be seen. Full of heart, but not without some flaws, and better late than never, Zack Snyder’s Justice League is the film audiences deserved to see in theatres almost four long years ago.

Andra Day Shines In The Uneven ‘The United States vs. Billie Holiday’ - Review

Billie Holiday was more than a jazz icon. Holiday was a beacon to many, especially amongst Black Americans. The NAACP called her “the voice of our people.” In The United States vs. Billie Holiday, director Lee Daniels and screenwriter Suzan-Lori Parks attempt to approach telling the story of the famed singer through a more intimate lens, focusing on the FBN’s (Federal Bureau of Narcotics) pursuit of her, and the highs and lows of her personal life and career.

REVIEW - Marvel Comics 'Wolverine: Black, White & Blood' #3

A new trio of tales featuring the Wolverine is set to simultaneously have you in your feels, make you laugh and make you wonder if all those discussions about traveling to Mars are really worth it. With many uses of his adamantium-laced skeleton, heightened senses and healing factor, Wolverine: Black, White & Blood is another solid entry in Weapon X’s lore. Wolverine: Black, White & Blood is available now at your local comic book shop! Spoilers below! Writers: John Ridley (“32 Warriors and a B

Interview: Author L.L. McKinney And Artist Robyn Smith Talk All Things 'Nubia: Real One' + An Exclusive Excerpt From The YA Graphic Novel

Nubia: Real One is nearly upon us! In the latest YA graphic novel from DC and focuses on a superhero that has been in and out of comics for decades, however, has never truly been the main focus within the comics. Well, that’s all changing as Nubia is getting her own graphic novel and it is a new take on her origin story. I had the chance to interview L.L. McKinney (who also wrote a separate Nubia story for Future State: Wonder Woman) and Robyn Smith about Nubia: Real One. They both had some

Sundance 2021: Robin Wright Tackles Grief, Loss And Loneliness In Feature Directorial Debut ‘Land’ - Review

After suffering from a family tragedy, Edee (Robin Wright) decides to live off the grid. Despite conversations with her sister (Kim Dickens), who doesn’t want her to leave and stresses that there are other ways for her to deal with her loss, Edee decides to leave despite her sister’s concerns. Edee makes the long trek to a small cabin in the woods with her supplies, but without any real know-how about living so far from the rest of civilization.

'Malcolm & Marie' Manages To Get By With Strong Performances - Review

Malcolm (John David Washington) and Marie (Zendaya) are a couple in crisis. Following their arrival home from one of Malcolm’s film premieres (he’s a director), he and Marie engage in an anxiety-inducing battle of the words when Marie points out that he forgot to thank her during his speech. From here, we follow the couple through the motions of their back-and-forth exchange while they comment on one another’s plethora of flaws, what they lack and need to improve upon to make their relationship...

'Black Canary: Breaking Silence' - Book Review

The next book in the DC Icons series features a story about Dinah Lance a.k.a. as everyone’s favourite hero with a killer voice, Black Canary. In this new take on Black Canary’s origin story, Alexandra Monir gifts readers with a novel that’s just as thrilling as it is insightful. At the age of eight, Dinah Lance heard the impossible – the sound of a girl singing. This was something she believed to be impossible since Gotham is taken over by the patriarchal Court of Owls.
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