High School Film Teacher by Day
Dad and Movie-Lover by Night
Isaac's performance carries this series. While the superhero is interesting, and the Egyptian mythology is a fun backdrop, the alters and the mysteries surrounding them are where the show shines. This is different than what we've seen from other Disney+ shows, which is always refreshing.
My biggest issue with the series is that it starts strong dropping us in the midst of Steven's confusion, then kind of lulls in the third and fourth episodes, picks up right at the end…
To say there's a lot to unpack here would be an understatement. While Marvel has certainly dabbled with the concept of the multiverse in previous projects, this film jumps in two feet first right from the opening shot and never lets up. Heads up, if you haven't watched Wandavision on Disney+ - make the time in order to fully understand what's going on. (Plus it's a pretty awesome series in and of itself.)
Raimi's style is on full display here,…
This movie was absolutely ROBBED of the Oscar for Best Animated Feature (not even nominated). The attention to detail that went into developing the animation style for this film creates a distinct and authentic feel to the animations, as if a child was playing with their Lego figures and telling all of these stories.
On the surface level, it's a highly entertaining film with enough character IPs and kid-friendly humor to entertain the whole family. But then comes the ending…