Leigh Janiak’s direction is phenomenal.
M. Night Shyamalan’s newest film is a complete mess.
Watching Lawrence tackle different styles with ease and set the standard for how music is supposed to make people feel — on top of the world — has been not only a joy, but also a privilege.
The long-awaited film isn’t much more than a two hour long advertisement for other Warner Bros. properties.
The sixth episode is a fantastic endpoint for the series and also a great reset point for the MCU going forward.
‘Black Widow’ should’ve never been Marvel’s grand return to theaters, and it obviously wasn’t planned to be.
They all sound like a dream, so this ranking was more difficult than you could ever possibly imagine.
Episode five is a treat for MCU and comics fans while simultaneously setting up the finale.
Episode four is not only the best episode of this series, but of any of the MCU shows by far.
F9 is a big, loud, dumb exercise in excess, and that’s what makes it so fun.
She’s a storyteller who comes once in a generation.
While episode three doesn’t have much connection to the overall plot, it does have necessary character moments and development.
Norii describes the feeling of falling out of love on her upcoming track.
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Episode two is exposition heavy but is held up by its great character work and engaging plot.
This blockbuster musical is well worth returning to the theater for.
The premiere episode is the best opening episode Marvel has released to date.
Burnham’s long overdue return to comedy is a hilarious and honest look into his quarantined mind.
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