The excellent performances and chemistry of Maya Hawke and Camila Mendes help make Netflix’s Do Revenge one of the best teen dark comedies in years
Hilarious and incredibly emotional, Clerks III is a fantastic conclusion to an unlikely trilogy and Kevin Smith’s best film since the original Clerks in 1994.
In anticipation of Clerks III, we’re looking back at all the live action films of Kevin Smith’s View Askewniverse in this ranking and retrospective.
Lionsgate’s Fall is insanely terrifying, and even with its faults, the performances of Grace Caroline Currey and Virginia Gardner make it a compelling thriller.
While Ms. Marvel Episode 6 may cram a lot into its hour-long runtime, it manages to be charming, action packed, and incredibly satisfying
The dramatic Ms. Marvel Episode 5 practically completes Kamala’s origin story and doesn’t leave much for the show’s finale to follow up on.
Despite some baffling writing decisions, Stranger Things 4 Vol. 2 is absolutely incredible, and sets the perfect stage for the final season of the Netflix series.
Ms. Marvel Episode 4 sees Kamala venturing out of Jersey City and visiting her grandmother in Pakistan to uncover more about her powers and family history.
In the jam-packed Episode 3, Ms. Marvel answers some burning questions, unearths the show’s Big Bad, and sees Kamala attend her brother’s wedding.
Ms. Marvel Episode 2 finds Kamala Khan adjusting to her mysterious new powers, and a crush as the teen gets her first true taste of being a young superhero.