To be honest, part of me thinks we didn’t need another generation of My Little Pony so soon. Friendship is Magic has just barely ended...But then again, it’s a Hasbro property. The show started out as a toy commercial - it’s still a toy commercial, but these days it’s just better written. But Friendship is… Continue reading A New Twist on an Old Tale. MLP: A New Generation – Review
I have been waiting for Season 2 of Kid Cosmic for months. I adored the first season of the show which had a nice twist on the traditional superhero narrative - and I’m happy to say Season 2 continues the story in an interesting and engaging way. While Season 1 focused largely on Kid -… Continue reading “Kid Cosmic” is back to save the day!
Ugh. I started a job at an office supply store recently, hence why there wasn’t a review last week. I’ve just been exhausted. Standing on my feet for 6+ hours a day while working the register is very much not my idea of fun or engaging jobs. Hopefully, I’ll be out before I get used… Continue reading “Vivo” is forgettable fun
Eden should have been a movie. Or just not existed at all. The Netflix miniseries focuses on a young girl named Sara who was raised by a pair of robots, some 1,000 years after humans disappeared. The two robots run away from their home Eden-3 in order to raise Sara in safety. When Sara finds… Continue reading “Eden” is just another boring Netflix anime
Sorry that there wasn’t a review last week. I was very busy and very tired. But let’s jump straight into this week’s review. I am a goddamn sucker for the found family trope, especially the “Badass Adoptive Father” trope. Like I just love the idea of a master assassin or former soldier just suddenly being… Continue reading Not a lot to say about Netflix’s “Yasuke”
I have been waiting ages for The Mitchells vs. The Machines to come out, so when I saw Netflix was doing a preview screening, I was all in. And boy, was it worth it. This movie is definitely one of the best of the year. If it doesn’t win an Oscar, I’ll be severely disappointed.… Continue reading “The Mitchells Vs. The Machines” is breaking boundaries and expectations