Cobra Kai, new season, new class

Cobra Kai is back with another season! A perfect way to kickstart 2021 in badass fashion. If you loved and enjoyed the first two seasons when they were added back in August 2020 after Netflix acquired the rights to the show, then you’ll enjoy this one too! Netflix surprised viewers by releasing the premiere dateContinue reading “Cobra Kai, new season, new class”

WandaVision, the sitcom we needed?!?

The first two episodes of WandaVision have officially dropped today on Disney+, kicking off MCU’s first series and finally doing away with a year long dry spell for Marvel content. They completely committed to the old school retro 50s sitcom. This genre blend is such a wonderful breath of fresh air, and I admire howContinue reading “WandaVision, the sitcom we needed?!?”

About Wonder Woman 84….

So, just like most, I too sat down with family to watch Wonder Woman 84 at home on Christmas day. Initially, after having watched it, my immediate reaction when it was over was, “Heh, that was alright. Not better than the first one.” As time passed by and the movie marianted into my head, IContinue reading “About Wonder Woman 84….”

PSN removing Cyberpunk 2077 from the PS Store and offering refunds

In some huge breaking news, the official PS twitter @AskPlaystation announced late Thursday that they will officially be giving refunds for anyone who purchased the game through the PSN store. Not only did they announce that, but they also included that they will be removing it completely from the PSN store until further notice. SonyContinue reading “PSN removing Cyberpunk 2077 from the PS Store and offering refunds”

My experience trying to get a refund for Cyberpunk 2077 for PS4

I think it’s safe to say that everyone knows by now this game is a huge bust on PS4 and Xbox One consoles. It runs ok on PS5, PC and next gen, albeit still riddled with bugs/glitches, but it specifically does not run well at all on the previous gen consoles, where most of theContinue reading “My experience trying to get a refund for Cyberpunk 2077 for PS4”

Giving Voice, an uplifting and inspiring journey

Netflix’s Giving Voice, is a documentary on the August Wilson Monologue Competition, where hundreds of aspiring students compete performing various soliloquys from one of Wilson’s many plays. The competition was created in Wilson’s honor to celebrate his many achievements and impact as a playwright. The documentary gives a beautiful look into the students competing atContinue reading “Giving Voice, an uplifting and inspiring journey”

WB, to release all major films on HBO Max, what does that mean for the future of cinema?

Earlier this week, WB made a huge announcement that they will be releasing their 2021 movie slate simultaneously on HBO Max and theaters. This is similar to when they said they would release Wonder Woman 84 on Christmas day on HBO Max at no additional cost. Like many, I thought they were going to beContinue reading “WB, to release all major films on HBO Max, what does that mean for the future of cinema?”

Selena, a fresh take on the legend we all know

Selena is a two part series that tells the story of the young singer Selena Quintanilla-Perez’ rise to fame. Right off the bat, the show has its own unique identity from the 1997 Jennifer Lopez film(yes I had to bring it up since I know most of you will). The best part about this seriesContinue reading “Selena, a fresh take on the legend we all know”

The New Mutants, too little too late

After many delays, the year 2020 was finally the chosen year for The New Mutants to drop. Unfortunately, all the delays and reshoots did not save the film from turning out incredible dull and average. Don’t worry, no spoilers here. The New Mutants in brief, is a story about 5 teens who are hospitalized inContinue reading “The New Mutants, too little too late”