Andor Review – The Search For Relevance

It's an uphill battle to find a strong hook when you're a prequel to a prequel that already has no tangible connection to an original, and Andor doesn't actually...

Quantum Leap Review – Revisiting Early ’90s Goes Meta

Considering that the reboot/rehash train has only sped up in recent years, it might be surprising that the mid-'80s to mid-'90s are a mine largely left unvisited. That is,...

Three Thousand Years Of Longing Review – Miller Moves To Tell-Showing

George Miller's is a strange career as directors go, mostly because despite Mad Max coming out in 1979, he only has a dozen or so credits, and for every...

She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Review – Marvel Switches Gears… Again

The Marvel Cinematic Universe has taken the last few years to try out new spins, new characters, and most importantly, new thematic moods and styles. Such wheels have been...

My Old School Review – Wild Doc Effort Delivers

I have to confess that documentaries aren't my favorite genre of film, despite the fact that documentaries manage to be some of my overall favorites. Generally, the ones made...