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The Flash Episode 5.14 Recap and Review – Cause and XS

This week’s Groundhog Day-inspired episode of The Flash, titled “Cause and XS,” could have been called The Do-Over. That is precisely what Nora (Jessica Parker Kennedy) and Cisco (Carlos Valdes) got — multiple times — in this timey wimey installment. Nora got to relive watching her loved ones die one-by-one on Cicada’s dagger, and poor …

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The Flash Episode 5.13 Recap and Review – Goldfaced

In The Flash Episode 5.13, things are not going well for Team Flash. Once again, their plans have gone awry despite purposely putting themselves in harm’s way in order to catch the season’s Big Bad, Cicada (Chris Klein). This week, it was not only Barry (Grant Gustin) and Ralph (Hartley Sawyer) with the bad plan, but …

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The Flash Episode 5.12 Recap and Review – Memorabilia

This week’s episode of The Flash, titled “Memorabilia,” teaches us that memories are not reliable. In yet another frustrating turn of events, Barry’s idea to reach Cicada by awakening his niece Grace from her coma goes predictably wrong, and the consequences could be dire in this timeline and in the future. “Memorabilia” opens with Nora creating a …

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Then Came You Review: Why Life is Worth Living

The terminal romance plot line is a familiar favorite for those who love the Young Adult genre. The plot generally focuses on two main characters, with one of them having a terminal disease that will eventually kill one of the characters that we grow to love. Sometimes there is a romantic element, but other times …

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Rent Review: A Look at the Live (Sort of) FOX Performance

The live broadcast of Jonathan Larson’s Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical Rent was a highly-anticipated event for theater fans everywhere. While many younger fans consider this show to be a period piece and others view it as too contemporary for their taste, this story of the struggles of a group of young people dealing with issues …

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Marvel’s The Punisher Season 2 Episode 2 Recap

Marvel’s The Punisher Season 2 Episode 2 continues the slow build up from the previous episode. It also lays down the groundwork for what looks to be a couple of plot arcs. And we start to get little hints as to what kind of person is chasing down Frank and Rachel, the mysterious girl I …

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The Flash Episode 5.11 Recap and Review – Seeing Red

The Flash Episode 5.11 was a lesson in the complex combination of fear and rage. Orlin Dwyer/Cicada (Chris Klein) has been laying low since Team Flash discovered his identity and he is mad as hell about not being able to visit Grace in the hospital since CCPD has her under observation. It seems that he has …

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Marvel’s The Punisher Season 2 Episode 1 Recap & Review

I spent the past two weeks watching the first season of Marvel’s The Punisher for the first time prior to watching Netflix‘s brand new season, which launched on January 18. The first season started off slowly but quickly ramped up on the bloodshed, secrecy, and government shenanigans in a way that grabbed us by the eyeballs and forced …

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Glass Review: The Eastrail 177 Trilogy Arrives at a Satisfying Conclusion

It’s been 19 years since M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable arrived in theaters, with many people initially assuming that it was a standalone, superhero thriller and left it at that. However, with the twist ending Shyamalan included at the end of his 2016 film Split that revealed that the film was connected to the world of …

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Mary Poppins Returns Review: The Nanny is Brought to a New Generation

It has been 54 years since the delightfully-witty nanny Mary Poppins has graced theaters everywhere, with Julie Andrews giving a legendary performance that delighted fans both young and old alike. Since the release of the first film, Mary Poppins has achieved an iconic, almost untouchable status in Hollywood. Now, after decades of waiting, we are finally getting …

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