Review – The Umbrella Academy : Season 3 (2022)

The Umbrella Academy face off against the Sparrow Academy in Season 3 of The Umbrella Academy, now streaming on Netflix! Watch our review and make sure to like, comment and subscribe!

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“Season 3 of the Netflix hit ‘The Umbrella Academy’ sets up another apocalypse, with the Umbrellas causing a grandfather paradox and setting off a Kugelblitz, a shining black hole that slowly sucks up the universe.”

Review – The Umbrella Academy : Season 2 (2020)

Logan Myerz returns to the 1960s with the wild Hargreeves family to review season 2 of The Umbrella Academy that’s currently streaming on Netflix!

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“Jumping right back in after season one’s cliffhanger, the new Umbrella Academy season 2 trailer shows Five (Aidan Gallagher) discovering another apocalypse kicking off in 1963, apparently caused by his time-displaced siblings who’ve been scattered throughout the years prior.”

Top 10 Best & Worst Films of 2019

by Kevin Muller

The Top 10 Worst Films of 2019

10. The Kitchen  

The tenth spot on this list is reserved for, not necessarily a bad film, but for one that given the talent involved, should’ve worked.  Based upon the Graphic Novel, “The Kitchen” tells the story of three women who are romantically involved with men connected to the Irish Mob. When the men are all thrown in jail, the three must band together to continue the men’s work, to avoid financial debt to themselves, and the community that depends on the mob. The leads are played by Elisabeth Moss, Tiffany Haddish, and Melissa McCarthy, in what seemed to be the perfect trio to pull this off.   Unfortunately, a story that should’ve been about female empowerment, was just so lifeless on its execution. The film also failed to carry a consistent tone. It tried to be funny, with awkward results, it tried to be a crime drama, but failed to give the controversial story any type of spark. It was the definition of a missed opportunity.

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EXCLUSIVE: Chris chats with Tom Hopper!

 

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The nation’s slow recovery from the 2016 Presidential Election has reminded us about the deep divisions in the United States. But the election and its preceding campaign gave me many thought-provoking conversations with friends, family, and colleagues. One such conversation came with Tom Hopper, star of the new action thriller Kill Ratio.

Kill Ratio is a departure for the English actor, best known for his roles in the the drama Black Sails and the fantasy-adventure Merlin. In the Paul Danter-directed Kill Ratio, Tom takes on the role of James Henderson, a lone wolf protecting a small European country from a military coup as it transitions to a democratic government. Four days before the election, Tom and I discussed the importance of democratic government, his personal political journey, and how he just can’t stop sword fighting. He even clued me in on a new passion project close to his heart. I was captivated by Tom’s insight and wit. I hope you will be, too.

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