The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Episode 2 ” The Star-Spangled Man” Review

The buddy cop aspect of the miniseries with Bucky Barnes ( Winter Soldier) and Sam Wilson (Falcon) starts in the second episode. Spoilers Below The Falcon and the Winter Soldier Episode Two, ” The Star-Spangled Man,” directed by Kari Skogland, has Bucky and Sam taking on the Flag-Smashers in Germany. After seeing John has been […]

WandaVision Episode 9 ” The Series Finale” Review

Through the healing power of grief, Wanda Maximoff discovers new strength within herself. Spoilers Below In WandaVision Episode Nine, “The Series Finale,” directed by Matt Shakman, Wanda and Vision battle both Agatha Harkness and the Hayward led S.W.O.R.D. for their home. The miniseries ends with an emotionally poignant episode that is full of action and […]

WandaVision Episode 6 ” All-New Halloween Spooktacular” Review

Halloween comes just in time in the Sitcom Westview World for Wanda, Vision, and their family to land in the late 1990s and early 2000s. Spoilers WandaVision Episode Six, ” All-New Halloween Spooktacular,” directed by Matt Shakman, takes place in a “special holiday episode.” Hayward and Vision push Wanda into taking drastic measures to protect […]

WandaVision Episode 5 ” On a Very Special Episode …” Review

” On a Very Special Episode…” centers on both the 1980’s sitcom Westview World and S.W.O.R.D investigating Wanda Maximoff ‘s Anomaly. Spoilers WandaVision Episode Five, directed by Matt Shakman, shows Vision realizing that Wanda is the puppet master in Westview while Monica Rambeau argues that Scarlet Witch is not a terrorist. Family Ties directly influences […]

WandaVision Episode 3 Review

Now in a “Brady Bunch” world, Wanda and Vision deal with an unexpected pregnancy. Spoilers WandaVision Episode Three, directed by Matt Shakman, reveals that Wanda Maximoff may be the cause of her and Vision’s appearance in Westview. In the third episode, the Marvel couple finds themselves in the late 1960’s-mid 1970’s era of American sitcoms. […]

WandaVision Episode 1 & 2 Review

Wanda and Vision mysteriously find themselves in a Meta 1950’s sitcom universe. Spoilers Below WandaVision “Episode One” and “Two,” developed by Jac Schaffer, place the “married” couple Wanda Maximoff (Scarlet Witch) and android Vision in a black and white idealized suburban town called Westview. The miniseries is a surreal 1950’s and early 1960’s style sitcom.  […]