In 2019, I decided to post about more than just books and adaptations. Though this is predominately a book blog, I am also interested in video games, pop culture, movies/TV in general, and things like that. So I thought that, along with my 2020 Book Adaptations post, I'd also make a list of non-bookish . . .
As the final film to occur before Endgame, I was really excited to how Captain Marvel would play into the big movie. Most of Captain Marvel is backstory, I'll be honest. Definitely lacking action compared to its companion films. But I really enjoyed the storyline (and no, not just because it centered around a female). I knew virtually . . .
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is not a movie I was expecting to love, but am so glad it turned out to be one of the best films of the year for me. Seriously. If I had to describe it in as few words as possible, I'd say this: visually stunning. The animation is incredible. I thought I'd be disappointed with an animated superhero flick, but I . . .
Sabrina, a half-witch, lives with her aunties and cousin in the town of Greendale (the neighboring town of Riverdale, for all you fans out there). As her sixteenth birthday approaches, Sabrina must choose between the mortal world and the magical one. But Sabrina enjoys being a part of both worlds, and she's determined to keep it ...
I do love movies, but one of my favorite hobbies is binge-watching shows on Netflix and Hulu, and as the above blurb mentions, shows are finally coming back! Yet another reason fall is the best season of all. And yes, it is fall. When PSLs come back, it's officially fall. I don't care what your calendar . . .
Black Panther been out since February 16, I know, but it's so good, and I need to talk about it, and I have been meaning to do so for over a week now, so shut up and read my opinions. So, real talk: I was not excited about this movie. In fact, I almost decided to skip the theatrical release and wait for DVD, even though Marvel movies usually . . .
If you're a fan of binge-watching a series in one day, then this is the perfect series for you---that is, if you have access to Netflix, which I hope you do because cable is pretty much pointless anymore. The End of the F***ing World is comprised of eight 20-minute episodes and is based on the graphic novel of the same name, created by Charles Forsman back . . .
I, like many of you, did not want a Jumanji sequel. Not. At. All. When I heard it was in production, I scoffed and swore not to watch it because the original was a childhood favorite and I saw no point in a sequel. When the trailer came out, I still talked about how dumb it looked, though deep down I secretly wanted to go see it. Well, now that it's in theaters . . .
I grew up with the Tobey Maguire Spider-Man movies. 1 and 2 are great, while 3 is a horrible disappointment and embarrassment that somehow we all still love to watch just because it's so cringe-worthy -- we can all agree on that part, right? The Andrew Garfield Spider-Man movies came out not too long ago and I,…
The film opens on Diana, AKA Wonder Woman, in present day, but soon flashes back to her home: Themyscira, the Amazon race's secret hiding place. It is currently World War I, but no one knows about it until Diana winds up rescuing ... Continue reading