Article by: Anthony Florez How weird is today, right? I'm writing this from the past, technically, I have no idea what is actually going on while you're reading, but I'd be willing to bet that something bizarre just happened, and if it hasn't... give it a second. If the law of
Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli Netflix has found itself swimming ambitious waters, producing hundreds of films in order to give filmmakers a chance to tell their stories in their own way. Some have been masterpieces and some...well, have not. Their newest entrant, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, has quickly become a
Article by: Anthony Florez The second season of Jessica Jones was released on Netflix on March 8th and quietly racked up an 86% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. With the enthusiasm for The Avengers: Infinity War reaching fever pitch and the crossover series The Defenders concluded without any apparent plans for
Article by Frank Memmesheimer What follows is spoiler country. Read at your own risk. S4 E4 “Hang the DJ” “Frank and Amy sitting in the tree k-i-s-s-i-n-g! First comes love. Then comes marriage. Then comes…” WHOA, hold right there, sport. Frank and Amy are doing none of that if it’s not authorized by “THE SYSTEM”! In a paradisiac
Article by Frank Memmesheimer Are you comfortable right now, in your favorite chair or on your non-judgmental sofa, slumped in comfort, digesting the festive season’s dietary abundance? Are you grateful for what is and what was... waiting for what is to come, hopeful with expectation, having your resolutions for 2018 all
Article By: Alice-Ginevra Micheli Combining fantasy, action, and star power, Netflix has finally thrown its hat into the blockbuster ring. So after $90 million and a year of constant marketing, was Bright all we were promised? Directed by David Ayer, Bright takes us to a world where fairy-tale creatures exist among humans.
Article by: Anthony Florez Let's get right to it: The problem with Marvel and Netflix's first season of The Punisher is the same problem that Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight trilogy had; in their enthusiasm to ground the character in reality and earnestness they left behind a lot of what gave the original
Article by: Anthony Florez Sam: "Hi, Bran." Bran: "Three Eyed Raven." Sam: "...what?" Bran: "I am the all-seeing, all-knowing Three Eyed Raven. And guess what?" Sam: "What?" Bran: "Jon Snow is not, in fact, Jon Snow. His real name is Jon SAND. Because...Dorne. He was born in Dorne and is Rheagar's bastard. I seen's it." Sam: "Actually,