Like millions of other people, I watched Zack Snyder’s Justice League (to be referred to as The Snyder Cut) over the weekend on HBO Max. And like almost everyone else who watched it, I’ve decided to post some thoughts.
“What is grief, if not love persevering?”
That’s a line that Vision says in a flashback from the penultimate episode of WandaVision. It’s also, essentially, the show’s thesis statements
I loved Avengers: Endgame, and I think the last hour or so of it is the most rewatchable MCU movie out there.
Rise Of Skywalker was not only the final chapter of the long-awaited sequel trilogy, but also the final chapter in an extraordinarily beloved movie series that stems back more than 40 years.
To preface: I am not a music critic. I don’t have a degree in Musicology, I can’t play any instruments, and frankly I can’t even sing unless I’m drunk in a private Karaoke room or all alone in my car.
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“It’s Deadwood, but with Kung Fu!”
I’d bet dollars-to-donuts that was the elevator pitch for the Cinemax (now HBO Max) series Warrior. And, if that’s enough to get you to watch it, then my work here is done.
Some believe me to be a ghost cloaked in blackness, invisible as it rides amongst the other shadows. But those who contemplate me with fear do so with good reason. The criminal element will always fear the unknown, since those who feed on the fear of others are the ones more likely to be devoured by their own.
Malcolm Woods was not used to working cases out in the field these days. He was a couple of birthdays past his sixtieth, and he… Continue reading The Mage: Book Three Of The Venator Series – Chapter One