TV Review: The Falcon and The Winter Soldier (Season) | Nuanced and Entertaining Case on Why Wilson Makes Sense As Cap

When these Marvel Cinematic Universe streaming shows were first announced, I didn't quite know what to think but I was interested. As a concept The Falcon and The Winter Soldier was the show that I was the most excited about. But several months ago when we got the teasers for this show, WandaVision and Loki, … Continue reading TV Review: The Falcon and The Winter Soldier (Season) | Nuanced and Entertaining Case on Why Wilson Makes Sense As Cap

TV Review: The Falcon and The Winter Soldier (Pilot) | Fantasy World Real World Issues

CREATORMalcolm SpellmanDIRECTORKari SkoglandCASTAnthony MackieSebastian StanDaniel BrühlEmily VanCampErin KellymanWyatt Russell Review: Coming off of WandaVision, I expected this show to be different and have a different feel given who the titular characters are. What I wasn't totally expecting is the serious issues that the The Falcon and The Winter Soldier would touch on. Of course there's … Continue reading TV Review: The Falcon and The Winter Soldier (Pilot) | Fantasy World Real World Issues

TV Review: WandaVision (Season) | A Meticulous and Therapeutic Edging Session

When the WandaVision show was announced I was thrilled because Wanda & The Vision are such great character that are very well portrayed by Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany (Code); their storylines in all the movies they've appeared in made them more interesting with each entry. But then the more we learned about the show, … Continue reading TV Review: WandaVision (Season) | A Meticulous and Therapeutic Edging Session

TV Review: WandaVision (Premiere) | Edging Their Sweaty Fans with Easter Eggs and a Mystery

WandaVision posters were brilliant and did give us an idea of what they were going for, a weird, trippy but sophisticated show. However, what they didn't tell us was how far they'd go with it. I kind of love that the sitcoms weren't just a gimmick. They commit to it with a lot of the … Continue reading TV Review: WandaVision (Premiere) | Edging Their Sweaty Fans with Easter Eggs and a Mystery