This is the first episode of the series that felt a little flat. There are highs in it but tonally it is all over the
It’s episode six, we’re into the 90s, the sitcom has changed to ‘Malcolm In The Middle’, and Marvel answers the big question that everyone has
We are now five episodes in and, as the sitcom moves into the 80s, the answers are starting to come thick and fast. After last
This episode should shut up the people who are complaining that the series is slow, that nothing is happening, that it doesn’t connect to anything.
This starts the third version of Snowpiercer. Original it was a French graphic novel that was published in the early 80s. ‘Parasite’ Oscar winner Bong
Finally the LaRussos decide to do something about Samantha’s (Mary Mouser) PTSD. The poor girl has been suffering all seasons from the events of the
Now that the show is in colour we step into the world of 70s sitcoms with a focus on the stylings of ‘The Brady Bunch’.
We dive back into the idealistic monochromatic world that Wanda and the Vision are trapped/living in and this episode goes full ‘Bewitched’ including an animated
After eighteen months without any Marvel Cinematic Universe content, their biggest break since their earlier years, we final get the debut of ‘WandaVision’ on Disney+.
We travel back to Vietnam in 1968 to get more of an understanding of why John Kreese (Martin Kove) is the way he is. It’s
As Daniel continues his trip to Japan conflicts, both old and new, come to a head. Daniel (Ralph Macchio) is confronted by Chozen (Yuji Okumoto)
Up to this point the series had it’s focus on the original film but now ‘The Karate Kid Part II’ comes crashing into the storyline.
The title of this episode is ‘Now You’re Gonna Pay’ and it carries with it a lot of different meanings. The focus is on Daniel
And so begins the humanization of John Kreese. After being the pantomime dame of the original films (especially Part III) and the series so far,
In the words of Dr. Ian Malcolm “You did it. You crazy son of a bitch, you did it.” Peyton Reed and Jon Favreau deliver
This week ‘The Mandalorian’ does classic French cinema. A large portion of the episode revolves around transporting explosive materials in a truck across bumpy terrain.
This episode should stop the complaints about the story moving too slow. At the end of the last chapter Din was told to take Grogu
In the words of Han Solo, “Crazy thing is, it’s true. The Force, the Jedi — all of it. It’s all true.” Rumours have been
Din Djarin is quickly becoming a galactic version of the ‘Littlest Hobo’ (showing my age with that reference). He wanders into town, solves someone’s problem,
Thank God, the child didn’t eat the tadpole. This episode is probably most important thing to happen to Star Wars in a long time as