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This article contains House of the Dragon episode 5 spoilers. When House of the Dragon began, it was like being invited to an extended family reunion full of relatives we’ve never met. Here are five major Targaryen characters, all with silver hair; and here are also the Velaryons, each of the same silver hair, who’ve
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In 2005, Steven Moffat wouldn’t have been as successful a Doctor Who showrunner as Russell T. Davies. The two are very different writers, with Moffat simultaneously introverted and romantic in comparison to Davies’ passionate tenure’s underlying cynicism. The latter was much better suited to introducing the show to a wider audience, and the former was
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The Marvel Cinematic Universe continues to be in flux, and Disney+ offers up the perfect platform for the studio to experiment on, but Marvel has always managed to dip their toe into every genre, whether it was the World War II epic of Captain America: The First Avenger, or the space opera spectacle of Guardians
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This She-Hulk review contains spoilers. She-Hulk Episode 5 Like many (most?) other half-hour comedies, She-Hulk: Attorney at Law has taken a few episodes to settle into its groove. Between the series’ controversial fourth-wall-breaking narration and its embrace of a purposefully broad brand of humor that ranges from self-deprecating to downright uncomfortable, the show has definitely
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With its very premise mired in gendered violence, Hulu’s The Handmaid’s Tale will likely never be accused of being lighthearted. Still, Season 4 brought some level of catharsis as central characters found asylum in Canada away from the horrors of Gilead. As many trauma survivors may relate, being physically safe doesn’t mean being psychologically sound,
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This Cobra Kai article contains spoilers. When it comes right down to it, Cobra Kai is about bullies. If Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) had never bullied Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio) way back in the first film, The Karate Kid, Daniel probably wouldn’t have pursued Karate. And if Sensei Kreese (Martin Kove) had not bullied Johnny,
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SHIELD seemed so cool at first. Well, that’s not strictly true. When Agent Phil Coulson sheepishly arrived in Iron Man, babbling about the Strategic Homeland Intervention, Enforcement, and Logistics Division, he just seemed like one more nerd for Tony Stark to dunk on. But when Nick Fury showed up in Stark’s penthouse to talk about
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This Cobra Kai article contains spoilers for season 5. When it comes to the original Karate Kid films, The Karate Kid Part III is unquestionably the worst installment of the trilogy. Part I launched the franchise. Part II took it to Okinawa. Part III nearly killed it. Even Daniel-san himself, Ralph Macchio, rejected the film. 
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Bruce Banner. Emil Blonsky. Wong. Soon, Daredevil and who knows who else. All of these established Marvel Cinematic Universe characters (not to mention real-life rap star Megan Thee Stallion) are making extended cameo appearances in She-Hulk: Attorney at Law, prompting some fans and pundits online to ask: are all the MCU stars taking the attention
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This Star Wars article contains spoilers. 1977’s Star Wars: A New Hope is without question one of the most important films of its era, a movie that paved the way for the massive blockbusters and cinematic universes we enjoy in theaters today. It’s a masterclass in worldbuilding, visual effects, editing, character work, and also helped