Black Widow brought Natasha Romonoff to the forefront in her own solo film. But is it too little, too late?
The Meg (2018) preys on our fear of the deepest parts of the ocean we’ve yet to discover. The film is a fun escape and has some bite to it.
Forever Fangirls reviews WandaVision on Disney+ to see if the sitcom setting with superheroes and villains, pays off.
Fantastic Four (2015) had so much promise with it’s engaging cast members. Yet it sputters along to the point of no interest.
With a strong female led voice cast, Raya and the Last Dragon hit Disney+ in 2021. Forever Fangirls reviews the animated film.
The New Mutants is a darker, more psychological look at mutants coming into their own & who wishes to control them.
Cruella shines a light on young Estella, her life, her grifting, her fashion sense… and the secrets behind who she truly is.
Army of the Dead presents itself as a heist zombie film. With Zack Snyder as director/writer, it should work, right? Well, that depends.
#035. THOSE WHO WISH ME DEAD (2021) REVIEW Airdate: May 19, 2021 Those Who Wish Me Dead hit theaters and HBO Max this month. The new Angelina Jolie vehicle has an A-List cast, a director deeply invested in the project’s authenticity, and a fast-paced story. This might equal success or just another “jump the shark” […]
Things Heard & Seen had so much potential but falls flat with predictable sequences and lackluster characters.