Review: JUNGLE CRUISE Delivers Adventurous Amazon Journey

Dwayne Johnson is Frank Wolff and Emily Blunt is Lily Houghton in Disney’s JUNGLE CRUISE. Photo by Frank Masi. © 2021 Disney Enterprises, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Disney’s Jungle Cruise is a summer adventure for the entire family to enjoy. Packed with enough well-placed humor, heart, and action to leave audiences on the edge of their seats. The chemistry between its two leading stars keeps the film engaging from start to finish, but it does suffer from poor CGI in more than one instance. Jungle… Continue reading Review: JUNGLE CRUISE Delivers Adventurous Amazon Journey

INTERVIEW: Composer Natalie Holt And The Spacey, Epic Sounds Of Marvel’s LOKI

LOKI is the latest show on Disney+ that continues the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), pushing the multi-reality storytelling platform into bigger and more bizarre places. Natalie Holt created the soundscapes for the time-traveling narrative about a would-be God.

LOKI – For All Time. Always. | TV Review

The first season of Loki has reached its climax with “For All Time. Always.” It’s a finale that has huge implications for the Marvel Cinematic Universe as well as Loki. Loki and Sylvie have arrived at the Citadel at the End of Time and prepare to confront the person behind the TVA and Time Keepers. They… Continue reading LOKI – For All Time. Always. | TV Review

LOKI – Journey Into Mystery | TV Review

Loki has reached its penultimate episode with ‘Journey Into Mystery’. It’s also the maddest 50 minutes in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. At the end of ‘The Nexus Event,’ Loki had been pruned by Ravonna Renslayer. Instead of being killed, Loki has been sent to the end of the time which is inhabited by many different Lokis.… Continue reading LOKI – Journey Into Mystery | TV Review

LOKI – The Nexus Event | TV Review

‘The Nexus Event’ returns Loki back to its grand roots are a smaller, character-driven episode ‘Lamentis.’   Loki and Sylvie’s fate seems sealed after The Ark on Lamentis gets destroyed. However, they are able to cause a major Nexus Event and get arrested by the TVA. When in TVA custody Loki tries to prove to Mobius that… Continue reading LOKI – The Nexus Event | TV Review

LOKI – Lamentis | TV Review

After the exciting conclusion of ‘The Variant’, the third episode of Loki sees our favorite Norse trickster team up with an alternative version of himself. The Variant, AKA Lady Loki, AKA Sylvie (Sophia Di Martino) has sent a lot of time reset charges across the points in time and she goes to TVA with the aim to kill the Time Keepers. Her… Continue reading LOKI – Lamentis | TV Review

LOKI – The Variant | TV Review

After the excellent introductory episode “Glorious Purpose,” the second episode gets things going as Loki starts his work with the TVA. The Variant strikes again by attacking a TVA unit at a Renaissance Fair in Wisconsin, 1985. The Variant is even able to a capture a TVA agent. Agent Mobius sees Loki as being the… Continue reading LOKI – The Variant | TV Review

LOKI – Glorious Purpose | TV Review

Loki is the latest Marvel show to hit Disney+, this one focusing on the MCU’s popular anti-hero. “Glorious Purpose” is the best opening episode so far for a Marvel show. During the Avengers’ Time Heist a past version of Loki was able to escape with the Tesseract. However, Loki gets apprehended immediately by the Time Variance Authority… Continue reading LOKI – Glorious Purpose | TV Review

Review: CRUELLA Delivers Stylish Character Study On Iconic Villain

Emma Stone as Cruella in Disney’s live-action CRUELLA.

Disney’s Cruella showcases a devilishly good time filled with over-the-top antics and phenomenal performances by its two leads. Admittedly, the film didn’t seem like it would offer much based on the trailers, but Cruella is a live-action adaptation Disney should be proud of. It’s clever, risky, features a fitting punk rock backdrop, and provides enough humor to lighten the… Continue reading Review: CRUELLA Delivers Stylish Character Study On Iconic Villain

THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER – One World, One People | TV Review

The Falcon and The Winter Soldier has come to its conclusion with an action-packed finale. The Flag Smashers have attacked the GRC meeting in New York to stop their vote on the forced relocation. This brings Sam and Bucky into action with Sam now wearing a new costume and in procession with Captain America’s shield. “One… Continue reading THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER – One World, One People | TV Review

THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER – The Star-Spangled Man | TV Review

After the bait-and-switch of the first episode, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’s second episode was more in line with the trailer. It was a more humorous, buddy-comedy whilst still keeping the spy-thriller story. John Walker (Wyatt Russell) has been revealed to the world as the new Captain America. This shocks Bucky who believed that Sam… Continue reading THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER – The Star-Spangled Man | TV Review

THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER – New World Order | TV Review

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is the second Marvel show to be released on Disney+. After WandaVision’s exploration of grief, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier offers a more traditional Marvel experience. After the events of Avengers: Endgame, Sam Wilson has returned to government service and sets out to help his sister who has taken over the family business.… Continue reading THE FALCON AND THE WINTER SOLDIER – New World Order | TV Review

WANDAVISION – Previously On | TV Review

WandaVision has reached its penultimate episode and it was the best episode so far as it explores Wanda’s past. Agnes has revealed her true identity. She is really Agatha Harkness, a powerful witch and she wants to know how Wanda was able to turn Westview into a sitcom world and how she resurrected Vision. Agatha takes… Continue reading WANDAVISION – Previously On | TV Review

WANDAVISION – Breaking the Fourth Wall | TV Review

The seventh episode of Wandavision was the most psychological entry in the series so far as Wanda has to deal with the consequences of her actions. Wanda has expanded the boundaries of the hex to save Vision’s life (again). However, she has fallen into a deep depression that has resulted in her fantasy world glitching and Agnes… Continue reading WANDAVISION – Breaking the Fourth Wall | TV Review

WANDAVISION – All-New Halloween Spooktacular | TV Review

After the big reveals and twists in the previous episode, “All-New Halloween Spooktacular” gives more information that could have big implications for the MCU. Wanda’s brother, Pietro has returned from the dead and now lives as the cool uncle figure to her kids. When the Maximoffs go out trick-and-treating, Vision uses the opportunity to explore… Continue reading WANDAVISION – All-New Halloween Spooktacular | TV Review

WANDAVISION – On a Very Special Episode | TV Review

After five episodes WandaVision has finally come together and “On a Very Special Episode” is the best episode so far. In Westview, the time period has moved forward to the 1980s with Wanda and Vision struggling with raising their quickly aging twins and acquire a dog. However, Vision begins to question the reality he’s living in. S.W.O.R.D.… Continue reading WANDAVISION – On a Very Special Episode | TV Review

WANDAVISION – We Interrupt This Program | TV Review

After three episodes sitcom-focused episodes the episode “We Interrupt This Program” shows S.W.O.R.D.’s reaction to the disappearance of Westview. Monica Rambeau (Teyonah Parris) has returned from the Blip, not realizing she has disappeared for five years. She returns to working for S.W.O.R.D. and gets assigned a mission to help the FBI with a missing persons… Continue reading WANDAVISION – We Interrupt This Program | TV Review

WANDAVISION – Now in Color | TV Review

WandaVision has moved forward to the 1970s with Wanda and Vision continuing to live the suburban dream with the arrival of a child. “Now in Color” picks up where “Don’t Turn That Dial” left off: Wanda is suddenly four months pregnant and turned the world of the suburbs from the black-and-white ‘60s to the colorful ‘70s.… Continue reading WANDAVISION – Now in Color | TV Review

WANDAVISION – Filmed Before a Live Studio Audience & Don’t Touch That Dial | TV Review

After an unintended yearlong break, the Marvel Cinematic Universe is back with their first show for Disney+, WandaVision. The first two episodes have been released on Disney+ and it sees the MCU go in an unusual direction. Wanda (Elizabeth Olsen) and Vision (Paul Bettany) have moved into retro suburban America. Vision works as a company that… Continue reading WANDAVISION – Filmed Before a Live Studio Audience & Don’t Touch That Dial | TV Review