The question on many viewers’ minds is: How does Ezra Miller’s Flash compare to Grant Gustin’s?
In honor of the Justice League’s first big screen appearance, here are three things that made the 2001-2004 Cartoon Network animated series one of the most important for our generation.
“Mystery Science Theater 3000,” the show about riffing on bad movies, is back in spectacular kick-ass fashion, straight out of its record-breaking Kickstarter campaign and streaming on Netflix.
From Dizzee’s discovery of his sexuality to the influence Catholicism plays in Hispanic families, the issues in “The Get Down” are relevant, not just to the era of the show, but today as well.
Each year, we look forward to the large selection of funny, emotional, outrageous and entertaining commercials that debut during the Super Bowl.
The most recent offering from the dynamic duo partnership between Netflix and Marvel, “Luke Cage,” is a love letter to Harlem, and more specifically black culture, and features many cameos from prominent people.
The words “too graphic” simply can not be used in referencing, a post-apocalyptic zombie show.
By intertwining social commentary and humor that will catch you off guard, “Atlanta” is not your typical TV show. VOX teens give their reviews.
This is what Jesse from “New Girl” thinks she is, and what Margo Roth Spiegelman “Paper Towns” definitely is. They all are hyper, excitable, quirky young women with a passion for life.
Compared to most teachings of slavery, “Roots” shows us that rich culture and diverse societies existed completely independent of European enslavement or infiltration.