The Witcher – Season 2 Netflix Review

The Witcher Season 2 Release Date and Time, Cast, Review, Episodes, Trailer, and More | NDTV Gadgets 360

Geralt or Rivia and Ciri battle monsters and encounter dangerous foes along their journey in the second season of  The Witcher. Logan and Henry return to review the season, now streaming on Netflix .

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“Geralt of Rivia, a solitary monster hunter, struggles to find his place in a world where people often prove more wicked than beasts.”

Review – Mission: Impossible Fallout (2018)

by Old King Clancy

The run-up for Mission Impossible: Fallout put the film in a very interesting position and not just because of the moustache fiasco – for the first time in the franchise’s history there was a direct sequel with the same director returning. Given the success of the franchise so far it’s unsurprising that they would try something different to keep things fresh and while I don’t agree that this is the best Mission to date, Fallout does prove that long-form storytelling might be in the series future.

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Review – Justice League (2017)

by Nile Fortner

Ever since I was a child, I have been a fan of the DC characters. I have spent my life reading comics, watching the cartoons, collecting the figures and collectibles, going to conventions, seeing the movies, and I’m proud of all those things no matter how much society tells me I’m a geek.

As much as I love Marvel comics and movies, DC has a special place in my heart and I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. In my opinion, Marvel has the better stories while DC has the better characters. Ever since the age of six, Superman and Batman have been my all time favorite comic book characters. Sometimes I even connect more to these characters than some actual people I’ve met in reality. I love these characters, and have loved seeing them come to the big and small screen.

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Review – Batman v Superman

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by Kevin Muller

It was only a matter of time before DC comics wanted in on the whole established super hero universe that Marvel has done so successfully since 2008.    Sure, they have “The Dark Knight Trilogy” which resulted in an Academy Award for Ledger, a first for a super hero film, and the fact that many people look at it as not only one of the best films of that genre but one of the best films of all time.  DC wanted to see if they could keep up with Marvel in that regard, did they do it?  Continue reading