“The Bob’s Burgers Movie” is heads and tails the best animated TV show to receive a movie adaptation. Fans of the TV show are in for a treat, and family audiences who are planning an outing can do no better than this comedic coming-of-age film.
Action-packed fight scenes, beloved characters, laughter, and tears is what the second half of season two of “The Mandalorian” delivers to fans.
Pedro Pascal continues his dominant performance as the Mandalorian in the Disney+ original. As the Mandalorian continues his journey to return “the kid,” better known as Grogu, to his own kind.
Energy, kindness and enthusiasm were brought in the concert-documentary hybrid about Grande’s “Sweetener” world tour, giving fans a look at the work and struggle in entertainment.
Netflix’s “Whose Vote Counts, Explained” is a three-part mini-series that explains the history and injustices of elections in the United States. The mini-series focuses on how the voting system works and what can be done to fix the flaws that haunt it.
Netflix’s “Rogue City,” also known as “Bronx,” is an action-packed police thriller full of betrayal and violence. The police are put in difficult situations and to survive, they must question their morality. Oliver Marchal is the film’s director and, interestingly enough, was previously a policeman.
Disney’s 2020 remake of the animated classic “Mulan” is a rushed film that does nothing for fans of the original, nor for people who were hopeful for something new. The film tries to take a new direction but is constantly held back by the changes made.
Drake released his album, “Dark Lane Demo Tapes” giving his listeners a reason to like mixtape Drake more than regular Drake.
While there has been a sports shutdown due to COVID-19, the only sport that has continued during the shutdown is professional wrestling. The companies World Wrestling Entertainment and All Elite Wrestling have been doing live shows without audiences and giving people entertainment to enjoy at home.
Season 4 of “My Hero Academia” has some of the best animation and character moments the anime has ever had.
The story of one man’s battle saving the custody of his exotic cat park from animal rights activists and financial hardships through unsettling times is liberating to see. “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness” is a Netflix original that was released on March 20.