What Makes Ms. Marvel So Great

The tragic hero archetype is much less compelling when 99% of all the heroes we see on screen are using it. Which is why it was so refreshing to see that Kamala’s journey as a hero is a wholesome one.

Thor: Love and Thunder – Movie Review

Thor: Love and Thunder finally utilizes Natalie Portman’s true talents in the MCU and introduces a strong antagonist in Christian Bale’s Gorr. Yet, it does very little to further the God of Thunder as a character.

Obi-Wan Kenobi – Series Review

Obi-Wan Kenobi has a hard time justifying its existence within the Star Wars canon but it’s great performances and high-tension moments are undeniably entertaining to watch.

Top Gun: Maverick – Movie Review

Top Gun: Maverick not only manages to stick its proverbial landing by honoring its wildly-iconic predecessor, but it accomplishes the impossible feat of surpassing it in spades — injecting heart into both characters and bombastic action scenes.

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness – Movie Review

This 6th outing for Benedict Cumberbatch’s Stephen Strange felt somewhat light despite the compelling arc that he has in the film. Meanwhile, Elizabeth Olsen puts on a clinic with her performance as the Scarlet Witch — becomes the beating heart of the movie despite the character’s descent into darkness.

Eternals – Movie Review

Eternals is massive in scope yet strikingly personal with its characters. It expands the MCU to cosmic depths that we have not seen before.

Black Widow – Movie Review

Villain-deficiencies aside, while Black Widow was never made with the intention be groundbreaking – it is more than worthy as a solo outing for Natasha Romanoff. 

Cruella – Movie Review

What sets Cruella apart from Disney’s other live-action attempts is that it does not feel shackled by the need to stay true to its source material.

Soul – Movie Review

Soul’s main strength is its willingness to let its characters simply breathe, and meander within the world they’ve so beautifully constructed.

Artemis Fowl – Movie Review

There’s no getting around it, Artemis Fowl is unfortunately…Well, foul. A soulless, hollow film that never really tries to get you to care about the characters, nor the story.