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Building Kills Only
It’s hard to tinker with a series this beautiful and sparklingBuilding Kills Only from Disney+. The second season did not disappoint, far from it. He added the great Shirley MacLaine to his five-star cast, which included two big names in humor: Steve Martin and Martin Short.
Shot in the form of a mockumentary, this touching, intelligent and captivating series takes us to an elementary school in the heart of a poor neighborhood in Philadelphia. Think Modern Family and Parks and Recreation who should have given birth. Like Ted Lasso, Janine and her enthusiasm slowly but surely touched the Abbott School staff. All of this was clearly done with inconvenience, embarrassment and a hilarious number of missteps. The rhythm of the episodes is fast and the text, bright. It’s an effective sitcom that tackles current issues with bite and compassion.
dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness
What would this film be without Sam Raimi? However, many fear that the massive Marvel machine will prevent Sam Raimi from expressing his particular style. You can trust, Multiverse of Madness bears his signature, especially the second half of the film: big menacing animals, annoying little spirits, bloody heroes, mutilated corpses, violent deaths, bad places, moments of suspense. All supported by the compositions of the great Danny Elfman – the combat of musical magic is amazing.
The latest miniseries in the Marvel Universe, The Adventures of Kamala Khan premieres on Wednesday. A good introduction to the character, who we will see again The miracles, which is scheduled to be released on July 28, 2023.
on Obi-Wan Kenobi, the title character watches over a young Luke Skywalker as he is haunted by memories of his friend-turned-foe, Darth Vader. The first two episodes were broadcast on Disney + on Friday, May 27 and the following, one per week, will be made on Wednesday, until June 22.
Egyptian filmmaker Mohamed Diab directed two-thirds of the episodes, while the duo of Justin Benson and Aaron Moorhead directed the rest. Whoever is behind the camera, there is a good dose of humor, surprising suspense and amazing action. Let’s think about it Indiana and on Tomb Raiderespecially in Egyptian landscapes.
Better Than Ever
Many themes are addressed throughout the adventure, such as friendship, self-acceptance and acceptance of others. Some aspects deserve better definition, such as the relationship between Nate’s mother and Aunt Heidi, whose reconciliation is barely touched by the scenes presented during the credits. It would have given more depth to this still entertaining film, aimed at a family audience.
The Eyes of Tammy Faye
The Eyes of Tammy Faye has the merit of returning us to a time — the 1970s and 1980s — when the religious right became a political force whose influence, despite scandals, continued to grow. This social aspect is not at the heart of the approach of the artisans of this film, but nevertheless it reveals something of the American collective unconscious.