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Quick ‘Loki’ Review – ‘For All Time. Always.’

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Well, here we are on the season finale of ‘Loki’! For the most part, I have enjoyed this ‘Marvel Cinematic Universe’ series on Disney+, featuring Tom Hiddleston as the main character. It’s interesting how Marvel Studios tackled Loki’s own series and the performances of the cast are great. Continue reading

Quick ‘Loki’ Review – ‘Journey into Mystery’

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After checking out the ‘MCU’ film ‘Black Widow’ last Friday, I continued to check out the ‘Loki’ series starring Tom Hiddleston on Disney+ the following day. I might get into the habit of watching most ‘MCU’-related productions on Disney+ rather than watching some at the cinemas in the near future. Continue reading

Quick ‘Loki’ Review – ‘The Nexus Event’

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Let’s talk about the fourth episode of the ‘Loki’ series in the ‘Marvel Cinematic Universe’! I’m not sure how people are able to follow this ‘Loki’ series when they watch it on Disney+, but it must get complicated for some viewers, especially with the many twists and turns that involve the characters. Continue reading

Quick ‘Loki’ Review – ‘Lamentis’

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It’s time for the third episode of the ‘Loki’ series, starring Tom Hiddleston as the title character. I found this episode more enjoyable than the previous episode. It’s also an episode where it features a small cast including Tom Hiddleston’s Loki and Sophia Di Martino as the Variant (also called Sylvie). Continue reading

Quick ‘Loki’ Review – ‘The Variant’

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It’s time to talk about the second episode of the ‘Loki’ series from the ‘Marvel Cinematic Universe’, starring Tom Hiddleston. I must admit, I did find the episode slow-going, especially in the first and second act. By the time we got to the third act though, things became a lot more interesting indeed. Continue reading

Quick DVD Review – ‘A Royal Night Out’

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I’d like to give a little review on the film ‘A Royal Night Out’ which I saw recently on Friday night with my parents on DVD.

I saw this film at the cinemas in May 2015. It’s a film to commemorate the 70th anniversary of ‘Victory of Europe’ Day (VE Day). The 8th of May was VE Day back in 1945. It is also the day of my birthday which was the 8th of May 1989. Continue reading