The “Dragon Ball” franchise’s latest movie outing, “Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero,” is a love letter to fans of one of their greatest story arcs. Focusing on the relationship between Gohan, voiced by Kyle Herbert, and Piccolo, voiced by Christopher Sabat, the movie further delves into the importance of their relationship.
Action-packed with gun violence, drugs and a twist, “A Day to Die” is the new action movie that is out now in theaters. Was it the typical gangster and drug movie? In a way yes, and in a way no.
“Uncharted”, based on the video game of the same name, is the cut and paste version of every cliché action movie out there. It has all the elements necessary for suspense inducing thrills, yet it somehow still lacks the right formula.
“Peacemaker” on HBOMAX is one of the best comic book series to date, mixing comedy, action and drama all in one hard to beat first season.
The live action version of “Cowboy Bebop” is an awesome interpretation for fans of the anime and pushes the series in new and different directions.
“Deadlock” is an action movie that shows great sympathy for parents.
Mack Karr, played by Patrick Muldoon, is an ex-military man that works at a Georgia power plant.
The new anime film “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba the Movie: Mugen Train” is an action-packed tear-jerker that fans will love. With a run time of two hours and an R-rating, the film takes place right after the events of season one of the anime series “Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba.” It follows the demon slayers, Tanjiro Kamado, Zenitsu Agatsuma, Inosuke Hashibira, and Nezuko Kamado, Tanjiro’s demon sister. They board the mugen train to team up with Kyojuro Rengoku, who is a part of the high ranked Demon Slayer group known as the Hashira, to defeat a demon who has been terrorising the train.
“Star Wars: The Bad Batch” is sure to make for great entertainment for Star Wars fans, but it won’t make fans out of newcomers to the franchise and would spoil major plot points of the prequel trilogy.
Stefano Sollima’s “Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse” is an action-packed thriller with poor dialogue.
The jam-packed eight episodes of mayhem, fighting and story make Amazon’s “The Boys” season two a hell of a good sophomore outing. Season two of the superhero-gone-bad-themed show made some very awesome moves right out of the gate.