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Thor Ragnarok: The End of the World is a Fun Ride

by Laura Cerroneon October 30, 2017
If you could get abs from laughing, you’d have a sixpack by the time you walked out of Marvel’s latest addition to their massive cinematic universe, Thor Ragnarok. Who knew the end of the world could be so much fun?   No spoilers in this review, we promise!   Director Taika Waititi pulls out the […]

Five Reasons to be Psyched for Slingshot

by Laura Cerroneon December 9, 2016
Six digital episodes of Agents of SHIELD spin-off Slingshot premiere on ABC.com/ABC app on December 13. The episodes center on Elena ‘Yo-Yo’ Rodriguez and are between three to six minutes long, which means you can binge them in a single sitting. This post does contain spoilers for the season four winter finale of Agents of […]

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Agents of SHIELD has Fun in Uprising

by Laura Cerroneon October 12, 2016
The third episode of the season was proof that Agents of Shield can still produce a standalone episode that still feeds into the grander narrative. While Uprising diverts from ongoing action of the mysteries of the Momentum labs, it still plays into its themes. As Jemma and Radcliffe work to save May’s life due to […]
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Agents of SHIELD Season 4 Premiere – The Ghost

by Laura Cerroneon September 21, 2016
Episode 1 – The Ghost When Agents of SHIELD touted Season 4 as being a lot darker, they were not playing. Titled The Ghost, there was more than just the Ghost Rider haunting this episode. While the plot isn’t clear, there’s plenty of room for the show to run off and create an explosive season. […]

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Emancipation Dents Agents of SHIELD’s Streak

by Laura Cerroneon May 11, 2016
Episode 20 – Emancipation   We’re one week away from Agents of SHIELD’s third season finale. This entire season has been a thrilling ride, and in Emancipation, SHIELD confirmed what it had been setting up as early as the second season. The overarching theme has been building to supplement Civil War, and while Captain America […]