Space Force season 2 Review [Far and Beyond better than season 1]

Space Force season 2 is a huge step up from season 1, as the creator said in some interviews they retooled it to be much more like The Office, as no sitcom or tv show will ever come close to that, even with their cast and creator re-teaming. However, the strides season 2 takes is astronomical.

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The Second age of Aquarius Review [A Rock and Rolling good time]


Ever wonder what it would be like to bring your favorite dead rock star back to life? Alberta certainly has. Since she was a kid, she’s dreamed of a world where ultimate 60s rock icon Russell Aquarius was still alive and writing songs just for her. Now a successful computer programmer, she takes her fandom and wishful thinking a step further and makes a Russell Aquarius avatar. Her loneliness and a freak power outage give her more than she bargains for when sparks fly not just in her computer, but also in reality when Russell’s avatar comes to life.

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Blacklight Review

Every year or so a movie becomes an early front runner for the Razzie’s and we have it again here with the new Liam Neeson vehicle ‘Blacklight’ it moves at an exhausting slow pace that will drive you to walk out towards the exit of the cinemas. We saw the Razzie’s create a new section for Bruce Willis alone this year, maybe now it’s time we start one with Liam Neeson too.

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Murderville[Review] the best new Netflix Comedy of Winter

During the winter days, when it has been snow storm after snow storm. We’re stuck inside on the east coast waiting for the next big comedy series to watch and Netflix has delivered with Will Arnett’s new show called Murderville.

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The 355 Review

Synopsis: CIA agent Mason “Mace” Brown joins forces with a rival German agent, a cutting-edge computer specialist and a Colombian psychologist when a top-secret weapon falls into the hands of a group of mercenaries. Together, the four women embark on a breakneck mission to save the world while staying one step ahead of a mysterious figure who’s tracking their every move.

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Sing 2 Review [The Musical Event of the year]

We’ve already seen a few musical events from this year, since a ton of movies were pushed back last year due to COVID19 you would think if we as an audience would have musical fatigue right now. However, with Sing 2 it isn’t the case at all.

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