I’ve gathered all the superhero movies from 1920 to 2020 into one video. (My definition of who counts as a superhero is in the description.) Please, watch it quickly before I have to add more in the new year.
Release Order, Chronological Order, Machete Order, everyone has an opinion about the best order for watching the Star Wars movies. I have a new order to recommend: the Spoiler Order, one that preserves the famous “twists” of the franchise for longer than either the Release Order or the Machete Order.
Fan petitions, especially ones like Release the Ayer Cut that support filmmakers and their visions, are and will always be important.
This list isn’t comprehensive. I’m sure I’ll do another list in the future, so don’t be *too* upset if a few of your favorite things get left off.
One of the best things about America is that we have so many different types of people who like so many different types of things. Each of these movies and shows is different, but they all have one thing in common: they’re all set on the Fourth of July.
“Avatar: The Last Airbender” has been on Netflix for a while now, and if you haven’t watched it yet, then I recommend checking it out. But what about other Avatar movies and shows?
As I said in my podcast last week, entertainment is about more than just amusement or diversion. It can enlighten and educate at the same time. Here are some movies and TV shows that can raise awareness about racial justice in the United States.
What role does entertainment play in our lives, and how important is that role? That’s what I talk about in this podcast.