Marvel Mondays – WandaVision: Episode 2

Plot summary: On to the 1960s, as Wanda and Vision prepare for a talent show, desperate to blend in despite mounting evidence that something strange is afoot.

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The Superhero Pantheon – Limited Edition: WandaVision

Jerome and Brian reflect on the first released MCU project in 18 months as they discuss some general thoughts on Wandavision. Although they duo did not determine whether this was Pantheon worthy (yet), they provided their feelings on one of the most anticipated and then dissected shows in recent memory.

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Marvel Mondays: WandaVision Series Review

Apparently recapping Batman: The Animated Series twice a week isn’t enough for me, as I’ve decided to begin weekly coverage of the various forthcoming Marvel TV shows.

If I had a time machine I’d have started this column to coincide with the first episode of WandaVision, but I’ll get the ball rolling with my overall thoughts and then from next Monday episodic coverage of The Falcon and the Winder Soldier will begin. SPOILERS ahead.

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There Will Be Movies – Episode 46: If Beale Street Could Talk

Ben Phillips & Matt Waters continue to present 25 of their favourite movies from a given decade, this time with 2010 – 2019.

At last, an excuse to talk about Regina King again! How did more people not get Oscar nominations for this film? Why not Moonlight? Has Matt ever read a book? Let’s discuss!

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Jerome’s 100 Favorite Movies Ever: If Beale Street Could Talk

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The Movie: If Beale Street Could Talk (2018)

One Sentence Plot Summary: Tish is a pregnant woman dealing with her partner in jail and the struggles of family but ultimately realize families can still enjoy each other, even in prison.

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