Review: The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 05 – “Truth”

This episode summarizes four hundred years of American history. The parallels of representation and treatment between whites and people of color are captured in some heavy scenes. Isaiah Bradley's story of the mistreatment of black soldiers, their bodies used as experiments by the government they swore to serve. He got thirty years in prison for … Continue reading Review: The Falcon and The Winter Soldier Episode 05 – “Truth”

Review: Supernatural Finale

It happened, "Supernatural" ended their 15-year run with the series finale titled, "Carry On." Robert Singer directed this episode, the final ride for saving people and hunting things. This post is more of a reaction than a review. I am unable to express how much I loved this show. From the first episode of season … Continue reading Review: Supernatural Finale

Review: Supernatural “Inherit the Earth”

In this episode, we continue with the rapture of every living soul on earth. Sam, Dean, and Jack end up meeting with Michael and hope he can open Death's "God Book." Michael fails but Lucifer shows up with a Reaper who he kills in order to become the new Death. Now, they can learn how … Continue reading Review: Supernatural “Inherit the Earth”

Review: Supernatural “Despair”

I watched Supernatural season 15, episode 18 titled "Despair." Richard Speight Jr. directed it. The story continued from last week; Chuck absorbed Amara's essence and dismantled Death's plan to kill him. Death sends Jack, now a cosmic bomb, into the Empty for safe detonation. Jack survives but loses his powers. Even worse, everyone that Dean … Continue reading Review: Supernatural “Despair”

Review: Amazon Career Day

On September 16, 2020, Amazon hosted its virtual "Career Day." It was a two-hour and forty-five-minute conference of sessions with special guests and company execs. There were discussions regarding Amazon's grand culture, personal branding, the application tracking system (ATS), opportunities to grow from within, and an employee's life-changing story. Overall, it was decent and reinforced … Continue reading Review: Amazon Career Day

Review: Lovecraft Country (HBO)

I watched episode one of the HBO series "Lovecraft Country," the story adaptation from the novel by Matt Ruff. It takes place in the 1950s, and the main character is Atticus Freeman, who goes on a quest to find his missing father. Atticus, along with his uncle George Freeman and childhood friend Letitia (Leti) Lewis … Continue reading Review: Lovecraft Country (HBO)

Review: The Umbrella Academy 2

The Hargreeves have returned. Netflix released season 2 of "The Umbrella Academy." The story picks up from last season's finale, where the kids escape the apocalypse thanks to Five teleporting them back in time. Each member goes back to the 1960s, roughly one year apart from 1960 to 1963. The apparent plot is stopping another … Continue reading Review: The Umbrella Academy 2

Review: Comic-Con At Home 2020 Video: It's Real (June 2017) In July 2017, I attended San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC). My bucket list came true. Unfortunately, I did not have a pleasant experience. Maybe it wasn't as bad as I perceived, but I was very disappointed.  Article: Due to COVID-19, SDCC became a virtual convention. It was made available to … Continue reading Review: Comic-Con At Home 2020

Review: Stargirl Warner Brothers and D.C. Entertainment Universe released Stargirl six weeks ago by series creator Geoff Johns. It is the Justice Society and Young Justice mashup. The story is about the classic Justice Society of America (J.S.A.) team that falls to the Injustice Society. Pete, one of the surviving team members, keeps a promise to … Continue reading Review: Stargirl

Review: Crisis on Infinite Earths

This week, the CW aired the final two episodes of DC's Crisis on Infinite Earths, and it was a grand closure to the epic crossover event. The most significant cross over event left no stone unturned as it connected every DC Universe to a grand apocalypse. Arrow's passing of the torch to The Flash was … Continue reading Review: Crisis on Infinite Earths

Review: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

I spent my holidays' binge-watching "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel." The series takes place in the late 1950s. Miriam "Midge" Weissman meets Joel Maisel in college and gets married. They have two kids, a luxury apartment, and Midge's parents in the apartment above them. Their lives are focused on Joel starting a career as a comedian, … Continue reading Review: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel

Review: The Walking Dead – Lines We Cross

The falling satellite. Finding the skin is a cause for alarm. Negan picking tomatoes, giving Lydia advice. Saadiq was experiencing PTSD. Kelly losing her hearing, is going to become problematic. There is something between Connie and Daryl. Carol and Daryl's friendship in this episode was cute. The communities having to cross the border to put … Continue reading Review: The Walking Dead – Lines We Cross

Review: In the Shadow of the Moon

There are many questions at the start of this movie — a twist on a serial killer, played by Cleopatra Coleman, who shows up in 1988 dies and returns nine years later. Her return is allegedly due to a connection with a Lunar Perigee associated with a blood moon, or so it seems. This movie … Continue reading Review: In the Shadow of the Moon

Review: Undone

UNDONE is a half-hour, genre-bending, animated dramedy that explores the elastic nature of reality through its central character, Alma, a twenty-eight-year-old living in San Antonio, Texas. After getting into a car accident and nearly dying, Alma finds she has a new relationship to time. She develops this new ability in order to find out the truth … Continue reading Review: Undone

Review: Avengers Endgame

The story picks after Avengers Infinity War, and Earth's Mightiest heroes have an opportunity to retrieve the gauntlet from Thanos. Upon arriving, they learn that the stones are destroyed and with it the hopes of bringing everyone back. They had to wait five years to reunite the universe. Sacrifice was the underlying thread. The Russo … Continue reading Review: Avengers Endgame

Review: Supernatural “Moriah”

Season 14 - Episode 14 titled "Moriah" set the tone for season 15. Sam, Dean, and Castiel feel the repercussion for lying to Jack and putting him in the Malek box. Jack's ability to escape the inescapable shows the Winchesters just how powerful he is and the threat-level he is becoming. Team Free-Will go on … Continue reading Review: Supernatural “Moriah”

Review: Shazam The wizard Shazam seeks a champion to protect the Earth from the Seven Deadly Sins. We first see Thaddeus Sivana transported to the Rock of Eternity by the wizard to become champion; however, Thaddeus succumbed to temptation by the deadly sins and was banished. It is at this moment that a villain is born … Continue reading Review: Shazam

Review: Captain Marvel

Synopsis Carol Danvers becomes one of the universe's most powerful heroes when Earth is caught in the middle of a galactic war between two alien races. (IMDB) The film stars Brie Larson, Samuel L. Jackson, Ben Mendolsohn, Jude Law, Lashana Lynch, and Annette Bening. Review The opening Marvel montage paid tribute to the late Stan … Continue reading Review: Captain Marvel