The first episode of Netflix's Shadow and Bone was a promising start but be prepared for a lot of world-building and set-up.
The first two episodes of Freeform's Cruel Summer set up an interesting mystery told through alternating points-of-view and different years.
After an episode that finally felt like the show had found its groove, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier went out on its lowest note.
Mortal Kombat has always been an intricately dumb idea from a mythology standpoint, which is not a bad thing, and this new movie adaptation takes that
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Episode 4 was better than last week but still feels like there is both too much and too little going on.
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier stumbled with this episode. While awesome to see Zemo and Sharon Carter again, the pacing is feeling off.
When we got ahold of the core box of Malifaux's English Ivan, we were thrilled to put in some words about the shadow-slinging gentleman.
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier episode 2 picks up the pace, with fans of these characters finding a lot to like in this chapter.
Screenwriter Derek Kolstad helped elevate the genre with the John Wick series, and Nobody can't quite reach those heights. It still kicks ass, though.
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier episode one isn't the game-changer WandaVision was, but it does a good job of setting up this new series.
Raya and the Last Dragon might be telling a very familiar story, but between the stunning animation, a cast of lovable characters, and a fresh outlook
The Little Things starts off as a paint-by-numbers cop thriller that is utterly mediocre aside from good performances from its main cast until the end
Locked Down is another unexpected production that came out of the lockdown of 2020. Written, financed, and shot within 4 months, it’s another British
Batwoman is back, with Ryan Wilder (Javicia Leslie) taking up the cowl and becoming a very different kind of Batwoman. Also, the Batmobile!
Soul is yet another homerun not just for director Pete Docter, who is almost scary good at this point, but also one of Pixar's best.