Category Archives: Movies

Spider-Man Homecoming

Review: Spider-Man: Homecoming

This Spider-Man: Homecoming review contains spoilers I walked into this movie feeling real salty. I’ve been salty about it ever since they canceled the last installment of The Amazing Spider-Man. Yeah, yeah. I know that all of you hated it, that Andrew Garfield was “too

Harry Potter Quotes

20 Harry Potter Quotes to Commemorate 20 Years of Wisdom

Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone (known as Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone in North America), was first published on this day in 1997. Today, we commemorate J.K. Rowling’s beloved characters, as well as the wisdom we acquired while following them in their journey.

Review: Wonder Woman Conquers a Man’s World

This Wonder Woman review is mostly spoiler-free. (Area of concern is whited out for sensitive eyeballs). A lot was riding on Wonder Woman‘s back. The task at hand for Patty Jenkins and Gal Gadot involved not only delivering the first real female-led superhero movie, but ensuring that

Review: Did Nostalgia Save Power Rangers Reboot?

Power Rangers is a reboot of the 90s children’s TV show Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers (1993) that follows a group of teenage superheroes tasked with defending the Earth from the evil alien Rita Repulsa and her horde of minions. For the most part, Power Rangers

Review: How Logan Single-Handedly Saved Superhero Movies

[Spoiler-infested waters. Swim at your own risk.] I think I’m finally done crying over Logan. There’s a part of me that truly believes I can write this review, think about these scenes, and somehow…nope. Nope. Negative. There they are. Whatever, I’ll sob through this, it’s

The Best Beauty and the Beast Tumblr Posts

Life ceased to exist as I knew it after I watched Beauty and the Beast last Friday. Since that fateful day, I’ve already given away more of my sacred and limited funds to rewatch it. I’ve also OD’d on the Beauty and the Beast soundtrack

Casey Affleck and the Curious Case of the Patriarchy

“As with most artists, I was forced to reconcile his talent with his flaws.” –Roxane Gay, “Nate Parker and the Limits of Empathy”, The New York Times, August 19, 2016 When I saw Manchester By the Sea, I did not know. When I proclaimed the

Review: Manchester by the Sea

[Editorial note: We’ve become aware of Casey Affleck’s shameful behavior. The author of this piece discusses it in full here.] Golden Globe nominations were released last month, a slew of them going to Manchester by the Sea (five, to be exact). The one that has the

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