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Shadow and Bone Review

Shadow and Bone is rated TV-14 by the Motion Picture Association of America. On April 23rd Season One of Shadow and Bone was released on Netflix! Based on the Grishaverse books by Leigh Bardugo, Shadow and Bone is the story of Alina Starkov: an orphaned mapmaker who learns she is the Sun Summoner, a magic user destined to save her […]

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MLB The Show 21 Review

A little over a month ago, history within the video game industry was made. For the first time since its initial release in 2006, MLB The Show was coming to Xbox. This made this game extremely exciting for many different groups of people, including myself, who have been waiting for a better baseball game to come to Xbox. There have […]

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Gifted Review

Gifted (film is rated PG-13) by the Motion Picture Association of America. I believe that the success for this film had quite a lot to do with the casting. The plot and drama alone was sweet and thought provoking but the actors added a special dynamic that many production companies strive to achieve but never completely reach. There were a […]

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The Falcon And The Winter Soldier Review

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier (show) is rated by TV-14 by IMDB Last Friday, the finale of The Falcon and The Winter Soldier was released! This show has been following the story of Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes in a post Endgame world. We get to see the aftermath of what the MCU calls “the blip” in both the […]

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Serpent and Dove Review

Serpent and Dove (book) is rated ages 14 and up by Amazon.  Louise is a young witch on the run. Fleeing from her coven, she takes up residence in the city of Cesarine. Their witches are hunted, so Louise forgos magic and turns to surviving off whatever she can steal. Reid Diggory has been a chasseur, a witch hunter, his […]

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IB Planner Review

City High has planners! Well, to be fair, City has had planners for a while, but now they have their own planners. I received my planner a few weeks ago, and I have a lot of thoughts about it, so I’m going to give it a full review. Let’s start with the best part: it’s free! If you need a […]

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Yes Day! Review

Yes Day! (movie) is rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America On Friday, March 5th, the movie “Yes Day” was released. Yes Day is a super fun movie if you need something entertaining, and cheerful. It is light hearted, funny, and it teaches a lesson about what is most important in life. It is a great movie for […]

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Falcon and Winter Soldier Premier Review

The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is rated TV-14 by IMDB. Last Friday, Marvel’s Falcon and the Winter Soldier was released on Disney Plus! It follows the story of Sam Wilson (Falcon) and Bucky Barnes (The Winter Soldier) in the aftermath of Avengers: Endgame living their separate, day to day lives. Sam is still saving people and trying to save […]

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WandaVision Review

WandaVision (show) is rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America Two weeks ago, the last episode of WandaVision was released. While I am sad to see the series end, the finale was amazing! The entire show was a fascinating story to watch unfold. The first three episodes were done in classic sitcom style, with our main characters living […]

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Jumanji Review

Jumanji (film) is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America The 2017 film Jumanji has everything you could want in a movie, especially comedy. This movie can take serious and scary scenes and make them ridiculously funny. There are a few jump scares and many moments where you are hanging on the edge of your seat. The movie […]

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The Martian Review

The Martian (film) is rated PG-13 by the Motion Picture Association of America. Waking up to a blaring alarm in the morning is one thing, and quite a horrible thing at that, but waking up to a blaring ‘low oxygen’ alarm after being left for dead on the surface of Mars is quite another. Unfortunately for fictional botanist Mark Watney, […]

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Shatter Me Review

The world is crumbling: food is scarce , animals are disappearing, and disease is running rampant. Dangerous people get locked away to make room for the rest of society. Juliette has been imprisoned for 264 days, locked away by the Reestablishment for the power she has. When the Reestablishment tries to use her power for their own gains, however, she […]

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Red Queen Review

“The truth is what I make it. I could set this world on fire and call it rain.” The world is divided by blood, red and silver. Reds are commoners while Silvers are the elites gifted with power. Mare Barrow is a red girl living in the Stilts and ravaged by poverty. She has no hope of change until she gets […]

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The Expanse Season 5 Review

The Expanse is rated TV-14 by IMDB. Episode 4 is now nominated for Best Dramatic Presentation, Short Form at the 2021 Hugo Awards. Back in December 2020, which, during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, seems to me to have been several years ago, the fifth season of the Hugo Award winning series The Expanse premiered on Amazon Prime Video. Normally I […]

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Sadie Review

“I always forget that fear is a conquerable thing but I learn it over and over again and that, I guess is better than never learning it”  Sadie by Courtney Summers is the story of Sadie, a runaway looking for revenge, and West McCray, the podcaster trying to find her. Sadie has never had it easy but when her little sister […]


Children of Blood and Bone Review

“Reality told us we would fail. But again and again, we fought.We persevered. We rose.”  Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi follows the story of Zélie, a maji living in a world where magic once flowed but is now destroyed. A ruthless king took control after the night magic was taken alongside countless maji lives, changing the kingdom […]