La Chimera Movie Review

‘La Chimera’ Movie Review: Josh O’Connor and Carol Duarte Save Alice Rohrwacher’s Period Drama

La Chimera is a complicated film to describe, and not necessarily because the story itself is confounding, but because the occupation of our protagonist, Arthur (Josh O’Connor), bewilders all expectations. We meet him as he is recently released from prison and reunite with Sister Flora (Isabella Rossellini) as they await his …

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The Greatest Hits Movie Review

‘The Greatest Hits’ Movie Review: Emotional, Charming & Predictable Time-Travel Adventure

Romantic time travel movies have become a subgenre unto themselves. Recent films like About Time, Midnight in Paris, and The Time Traveler’s Wife are examples of this. Granted, It has been some time since those stories graced the big and small screen. The Greatest Hits hopes to remind audiences why they’re beloved stories in the first …

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‘Ghostbusters: Frozen Empire’ Movie Review: Fun But Underwhelming

Ghostbusters could be considered one of the 1980s most iconic films. It holds a place of nostalgia for many, thanks to the cast involved. Putting actors like Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd, and Ernie Hudson together proved to be a recipe for success. The combination resulted in a film that has stood the test …

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Avatar the Last Airbender 2024 Series Review

Netflix’s ‘Avatar: The Last Airbender’ (2024) Review – Heartfelt Yet Heavy-Handed

Avatar: The Last Airbender is the latest animated property to get the live-action treatment from Netflix. There has been some success with this trend, such as Netflix’s adaptation of the anime One Piece, but reimaginings such as this have to work hard to justify their existence, as their animated counterparts are already …

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Avatar The Last Airbender Review

Avatar: The Last Airbender (2005): One of the Greatest TV Shows of All Time

Nickelodeon cartoons were a staple of the after-school experience for many kids and families during the late 90s to mid-2000s. From Spongebob Squarepants to Invader Zim, some of the most popular shows ever to spawn from the channel emerged during this period. However, one of these shows stands heads and shoulders above the …

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Percy Jackson and the Olympians series review

‘Percy Jackson and the Olympians’ – Series Review

All Percy Jackson and the Olympians episodes, starring Walker Scobell, Leah Jeffries, and Aryan Simhadri, are now streaming on Disney+. Connor looks at the merits of one-to-one book adaptations and finds that the series lacks some of the books’ magic.  When the Chris Columbus-directed movie Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief was released in 2010, young, avid …

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The Boy and the Heron Movie Review

‘The Boy and the Heron’ Review: Miyazaki’s Complex Work of Art Confronting Mortality

The Boy and the Heron is the latest animated film from Studio Ghibli and writer and director Hayao Miyazaki.  Mahito is a 12-year-old who is dealing with the death of his mother. His father remarries Mahito’s aunt, and they return to her childhood home. There, Mahito has to learn to adjust to …

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Review: ‘Poor Things’ is Rich in Narrative and Talent

Yorgos Lanthimos has made quite a name for himself in Hollywood. Beginning his career in 2001 with the comedy film, My Best Friend, Lanthimos directed quite a few movies in the Greek film industry before the arrival of 2015’s The Lobster. It was this black comedy-drama film that put him on the global map, with …

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‘Wizards of Waverly Place’ is getting a sequel with Selena Gomez and David Henrie

Wizards of Waverly Place was on the air for four seasons and helped launch the careers of the Selena Gomez, David Henrie, and Jake Austin. Because of a Deadline exclusive, we now know the Disney Channel fantasy sitcom with millions of fans will be getting a sequel. Alex Russo (played by Gomez) and her brother …

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‘Sanctuary: A Witch’s Tale’ is a British cauldron of secrets (Pilot review)

Sanctuary: A Witch’s Tale is the latest magical fantasy offering from AMC+ and Sundance. The pilot episode premiered for free on Prime Video, with a second episode available simultaneously for subscribers of the premium channels. Starring Elaine Cassidy as Sarah Fenn, Sanctuary’s resident magical practitioner, the show is, at the core, an exploration …

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Review: Revisiting ‘Return of the King’ 20 years later with the extended cut

The final entry into The Lord of the Rings franchise, The Return Of The King, is arguably not only the greatest conclusion to a trilogy but also one of the greatest films ever made. Yet, when it comes to film trilogies, for there even to be a third film means the massive …

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Review: ‘Percy Jackson and the Olympians’ is the best fantasy since Harry Potter

Like a mythical quest, Percy Jackson and the Olympians have taken the long road to get to this series. It may have taken time, but Percy Jackson’s arrival is a thunderous, thrilling triumph. When the first book was released in 2005, it created an entirely new fandom. Unfortunately, the 2010 film Percy Jackson …

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Interview: Jennifer Stone & David DeLuise of the Wizards of Waverly Pod

Wizards of Waverly Place was on the air for four seasons and helped launch the careers of Selena Gomez, David Henrie, and Jake Austin. The fantasy sitcom was watched by millions on the Disney Channel. At ATX TV Festival in Austin, Texas, we chatted with two of the stars from the show, Jennifer Stone and David DeLuise, about their …

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Wheel of Time

Rafe Judkins talks to Decider about adapting Wheel of Time

Prime Video made a splashy entrance into the fantasy and adventure genre when they got the rights to adapt Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time fourteen-book series for television. Rafe Judkins is the showrunner – otherwise known as the head honcho – for the program. Before getting the Wheel of Time gig, he wrote for Hemlock, Chuck, and …

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