#MarvelChallenge, 21 movies before Avengers: Endgame!

It's no secret that Avengers: Endgame is coming this April and will be the end of the third phase in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). 22 movies in "The Infinity Saga". What is the "Marvel Challenge"? I don't if it's an official name but I'm giving it that name. From 2008 to today, MCU has... Continue Reading →

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I’m back with more energy

Hello you! I know my last post is basically from 10 months ago (May 2018), but I had many issues including college and then my laptop keybord crashed in important letters like R and T. That whole package was a disaster and stopped me from writing during all that time. College is something I still... Continue Reading →

“Candy Jar”: It’s all about debate!

Netflix premiered on April 27th-2018- a brand new movie starring Sami Gayle (Hateship Loveship) and Jacob Latimore (The Maze Runner), directed by Ben Shelton. And of course... it's comedy, isn't it? Synopsis (from IMDb): Dueling high school debate champs who are at odds on just about everything forge ahead with ambitious plans to get into the... Continue Reading →

The Gifted: “Pilot” – Review

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The Gifted premieres October 2, 9pm on Fox.

I recall my first thoughts were not positive when hearing about a show being set within the X-Men universe that followed a completely different cast and narrative than that of familiar characters we’ve previously seen portrayed. On paper, it appeared doomed to fail having so much existing iterations and history behind it that required homage as well as the undertaking of a similar, yet new pathway of story that audiences haven’t seen before. All of these aspects came together to form what looked to be an insurmountable task for this show to overcome to the point where I maintained a very skeptical wait-and-see attitude, thinking that I would let the first couple of episodes air and then if the reception was positive I would then give it my attention. What reinforced this line of thinking was that it was Fox who was…

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Kiss and Cry: a dose of positivism

Based on Carley Allison's true story, Kiss and Cry is a canadian movie directed by Sean Cisterna. It premiered on february 10th, 2017, starring Sarah Fisher as Carley Allison and Luke Bilyk as John Servinis. Synopsis (from IMDb): A romantic drama based on the story of Carley Allison, a promising 18 year old figure skater and... Continue Reading →

Dirty Dancing Remake: Review

ABC premiered their "Dirty Dancing" remake on a 3-hours event this wednesday May, 24th. Yeah, a remake from the '80s classic. The movie remake promised all the elements from the original one (great dances, that unforgetable soundtrack), but as many fans watched it had nothing from that. For me, it looked more like a comedy... Continue Reading →

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