Reviews of movies and TV focused on women

Tag: Simone Missick

  • Review: Altered Carbon, season 2

    Review: Altered Carbon, season 2

    Altered Carbon, season 2, puts Takeshi Kovacs 300 years in the future on a planet run by a money grubbing President. As in season 1, it’s a complex sci-fi drama with many characters’ stories interwoven.

  • Brain Dump: No Tears, All Rise, Nancy Drew, and Emergence

    Brain Dump: No Tears, All Rise, Nancy Drew, and Emergence

    I have a few random short thoughts on a few random topics. I call it a brain dump. Terrible choice of words. Today I’ll mention No Tears, All Rise, Nancy Drew and Emergence.

  • Review: Luke Cage, season 2

    Review: Luke Cage, season 2

    Luke Cage season 2 is a treatise on power. Who has it, who wants it, what it does to the people who have it, and what it does to the people who are stripped of it. Mike Colter is back as the bulletproof black man in a hoodie, Luke Cage. In season 2 he faces […]

  • Watch This: Trailer for Luke Cage, season 2

    Watch This: Trailer for Luke Cage, season 2

    Luke Cage, season 2, hits Netflix with a blast on June 22. Enjoy the first full trailer for season 2.

  • Luke Cage season 2 Teaser Reveals Misty Knight’s Bionic Arm

    Luke Cage season 2 Teaser Reveals Misty Knight’s Bionic Arm

    If you watched The Defenders on Netflix, you know that Misty Knight (Simone Missick) lost her arm in that series. Entertainment Weekly got the scoop on how her new arm will look in season 2 of Luke Cage, with Mike Colter.

  • Review: The Defenders season 1

    Review: The Defenders season 1

    The Defenders season 1 is part origin story for the supergroup known as The Defenders and part war against the Hand, a superevil power. Most of the supporting characters from the individual series for each of the 4 superheroes make at least a small appearance. There are a few mild spoilers in the review.

  • Watch This: The Trailer for The Defenders

    Watch This: The Trailer for The Defenders

    The Defenders doesn’t start on Netflix until August 18, 2017 but we have the first trailer. And it features some of my favorite Marvel women!

  • Review: Luke Cage

    Review: Luke Cage

    Sweet Christmas but Luke Cage is good. This Marvel comic book come to life is dramatic theater and thrilling action. It’s populated with thoughtful goodness and evil greed. It’s a love song to Harlem, black history, and black lives matter. There are some spoilers ahead, so beware.

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