Promising to be a return to “traditional Star Trek,” Star Trek: Strange New Worlds has kicked off with a solid and enjoyable premiere episode that not only returns to its roots but makes sure to improve upon everything we think we love about the final frontier.
Possibly the most “out there” entry in the MCU so far, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is a wild ride that has fun with the multiverse concept and dabbles in horror motifs. Whatever hiccups it has in attempting character depth it makes up for in a ludicrous good time.
An exciting and near-solid premiere, Halo the series straddles a difficult line between fidelity to the source material and telling its own story. For the most part, aside from some nitpicks and one particular trip up, this first episode works as an introduction.
Amazing, hilarious, and delightful fun, Turning Red is highly energetic and deeply heartfelt in that way only Pixar knows how to do.
Although enjoyable enough, The Batman is a well-intentioned yet ultimately misguided mess of interesting ideas that fail to come together to create the compelling mystery it claims to tell.