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Reviews: ‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ is Good, But Far From Fantastic, Pt. 1

Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Lucasfilm

Star Wars: The Last Jedi is a film that will make you laugh, cry, scream out in anger, and completely surprise you unexpectedly. It is a film that is chocked full of Star Wars moments, and although fans are divisive about the film, it has epic lightsaber battles, crazy alien creatures,

Netflix Scores ‘Glow’, Showcasing the Underground World of Women’s Wrestling

Glow, Netflix

A scripted show about women's wrestling?  Probably the last thing one might expect being made into a TV series. Where would it fit? Who'd be brave enough to do it? It really wouldn't fit on free TV, unless the wrestlers solved crimes in their free time. As for pay cable,

‘Baywatch’ Reboot: Is This the New Standard of Hollywood Crap?


Pursuing the online movie websites, I came across an article on the reboot of the iconic cult TV series Baywatch.  The stars of the show weren't talking about the script, if there was one. Nor was co-star Alexandra Daddario complaining that the Dwayne Johnson's chest is bigger than hers (Watch True Detective

Battle Royale: ‘The Dark Knight Trilogy’ vs. the ‘Captain America’ Trilogy

The Dark Knight, Captain America, Warner Brothers, Marvel Studios

When talking about superhero trilogies, the ones that stand out as 'truly great' are rare.  Iron Man’s trilogy came out full swinging, and then descended into perpetual anti-climax. Wolverine’s trilogy was an abominable mess at its start, but then surprised us all by ending on a tear-jerking high note. And

Comic Sleeper Hit of the Week: ‘Detective Comics’ #955 (Spoiler Warning)

Detective Comics #955, DC Comics

(Spoiler Warning for Detective Comics #955, Continue at your own risk.) This might not seem fair because I already put this comic in my posting about comic books you should get this week. There are tons of comics out there that deserve your attention, but Detective Comics #955 with Cassandra Cain

Comic Sleeper Hit of the Week: Get Yourself a Copy of Marvel’s ‘Nick Fury #1’

Nick Fury #1, Marvel Comics

There are some great comics worth picking up this week, but there is always stories that fall through the cracks, the sleeper hits. A few years ago, Marvel introduced us to a brand new Nick Fury. He was the son of the original, and he bore an uncanny resemblance to the Marvel Cinematic

Whitewashing: Finn Jones Dishes on Controversy Over Danny Rand’s Race in ‘Iron Fist’

Iron Fist, Netflix

Race is a hot topic these days, with most people pulling the race card too early. It is no secret that in the past, Hollywood was guilty of whitewashing. I am sure that it still happens in some capacity today, but changes are happening. We just had a milestone at the

YouTube Critic Trashes ‘Mystery Diners’ with Style

Mystery Diners, The Food Network

I make it no secret that I am a big fan of Ralph Sepe and his amazing movie critiques. If you haven't seen any of his videos, I strongly suggest you check them out. You can see his reviews at RalphtheMovieMaker  on YouTube. His style is a bit crude for most

Kindie Music Stars KB Whirly’s “Camp Songs Vol. 1” & Secret Agent 23 Skidoo’s Albums So Good Adults Will Love Them Too

KB Whirly

Reviewing can sometimes be a chore. You agree to listen to something you're not expecting to like so you can develop contacts amongst PR firms. However, there are times when the artist jumps out of the radio and grabs your attention. This is one of those times. KB Whirly will