Serena Seghedoni

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Ted Lasso Season 2 Episode 2 Review: Brave Choices & Character Growth

In Season 2 Episode 2, Ted Lasso and the team undergo significant growth, with surprising twists and meaningful role reversals that remind us all the reasons why we love the show.

Loki (Episode 6 Review): Welcome to the Multiverse

In Episode 6, Loki and Sylvie come face to face with the TVA’s puppet master and decide on the fate of the universe, laying the groundwork for the future of the MCU.

Ted Lasso Season 2 Episode 1 Review: A New Start for AFC Richmond

In Season 2 Episode 1, Ted Lasso and the AFC Richmond team deal with an unexpected obstacle with a little help from a stranger.

Loki (Episode 5 Review): Through the End of Time (with an Alligator)

Episode 5 is Loki ‘s best episode so far, highlighting just how much our hero has changed through the series with unexpected twists and more than one moment of warmth.

Loki (Episode 4 Review): The Ghosts of Timelines Past

In Episode 4, Loki and Sylvie evolve from survivors to saviours, rewriting their own narrative and leaving us wondering about the show’s real heroes and villains.

The Mysterious Benedict Society on Disney+: Quirky, but Flawed (Ep. 1-2 Review)

Now on Disney+, The Mysterious Benedict Society favours clever brain teasers over rythm and pace, but its talented cast make up for a not always engaging and eventful plot.

Loki (Episode 3 Review): “Are You Sure You’re A Loki?”

Loki ‘s Episode 3 unveils a key secret about the MCU’s next big villain, and sees the two Variants escape an apocalypse, and learn many things about themselves, each other, and the TVA.

False Positive: A Melting Pot of Themes and Tones (Tribeca Review)

Ilana Glazer shines in False Positive, a pregnancy thriller that combines a clever and thought-provoking screenplay with an underwhelming reveal and an inconsistent tone.

Loki (Episode 2 Review): Holding Out For A Hero

In Loki ‘s Episode 2, “history’s most reliable liar” and a man with “a soft spot for broken things” join forces and embark on a journey through time, learning a few things on the way.

Director James A. Castillo on Madrid Noir (Tribeca Interview)

Ahead of Madrid Noir ‘s World Premiere at Tribeca, director James A. Castillo tells us about developing an immersive Virtual Reality experience that feels like a classic noir but comes alive with irresistible animation and a strong emotional core.