Black Widow, White Lotus and Wellington Paranormal


Black Widow (Marvel Studios movie on Disney +) – Scarlett Johansson’s Natasha Romanoff finally gets her due and a head start in this actor who aims to get back to basics but is more successful on a personal level. The film fills many voids following the events of Captain America: Civil War, but more importantly, we get women kicking in well-choreographed fight scenes and an emotionally resonant story that introduces us to the inner Natasha, as exemplified by Florence Pugh’s Yelena Belova. She may be the only person in the world who is allowed to tease Natasha and their dynamic rules. The film also allows David Harbor to perform grunt-filled face work with a savage accent as the ladies whirl around him in hand-to-hand combat.

The white lotus: (Sunday, HBO 9:00 p.m.) – Mike White’s new series spits the ultra-rich in what turns out to be a brilliant satire (both sprawling in its breadth and stand-alone in its brevity) about how obscene wealth rots everything she touches. Starring Jake Lacy, Jennifer Coolidge, Murray Bartlett and Alexandra Daddario, the series’ approach is one that Succession fans will surely appreciate it, and although the setup gives the impression The boat of love or Fantastic island had a child in love with Agatha Christie.

Wellington Paranormal: (Sunday, CW 9:00 p.m.) – What we do in the shadows fans rejoice because you are receiving a series of mock documentaries with the same horror-comedy tone from creators and executive producers Taika Waititi and Jemaine Clement. For this episode of the franchise, the action takes place in New Zealand, where two officers from Wellington’s paranormal unit investigate apparent possessions and sightings of ghosts, aliens, and cryptozoology issues with humor. the most direct and impassive you can expect.

These streaming choices make great appetizers:

I think you should go with Tim Robinson: Season 2 (Netflix Series) – Get ready for a more absurd (and almost therapeutically refreshing) sketch comedy from creator and writer Tim Robinson. He’s back with his partner Zach Kanin to turn life’s most mundane and bizarre moments into gaudy hilarity, and guest stars this season include Bob Odenkirk, Sam Richardson, Paul Walter Hauser, Tim Heidecker and many more. other. If you haven’t had the pleasure of immersing yourself in Robinson’s work and you like the over-the-top humor of Adam Sandler and Chris Farley, but crowned with a particularly conscious twist, you must put this show in your line. waiting.

Street of Fear Part 2: 1978 (Netflix Film) – A week after the release of Part 1, the franchise returns to Shadyside, where summer vacation is upon us, which means summer camp and someone who wishes to commit murder . In short, a group of campers discover that the horrific events in their town could be linked to what they are currently experiencing, and they must quickly stop the impending abuser.

Return to more regular programming:

Betty: (Friday, HBO 11:00 p.m.) – The main cast are all back: Rachelle Vinberg as Camille, Ajani Russell as Indigo, Dede Lovelace as Janay, Moonbear as Honeybear and Nina Moran as Kirt. This week, the Halloween party isn’t going well with Camille trying to redeem herself while Honeybear takes action and Indigo is fed up.

Kevin can fuck himself (Sunday, AMC 9:00 p.m.) – Allison pushes the boundaries after Patty gets kicked out of the boy group while Nick decides to cause Patty some trouble as well.

Rick and morty (Sunday, Adult Swim, 11:00 p.m.) – The show directed by Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland (recently returning for Season 5) sees a failed experiment, which could wreak havoc both on Rick and across the country.

Chi (Sunday, Showtime, 9:00 p.m.) – Trig attempts to counsel Jamal as Emmett and Tiff study new things, while Imani wants to drop the trap.

Black monday (Sunday, Showtime, 10:00 PM) – The “artistic differences” cause friction for Mo and Dawn as Keith tries to sort things out with Mike, and a VIP is targeted by Blair and Tiff.

Flatbush offenses (Sunday, Showtime, 10:30 p.m.) – Dan attempts to help Jess deal with school lockdown after a bomb threat as a shocking secret affects Zayna.

Desus & Mero (Sunday, Showtime, 11:00 p.m.) – Vince Staples is the illustrious guest.

Here are some other streaming choices for the weekend:

Summer of Soul (… Or, when the revolution couldn’t be televised) (Hulu Movie) – Questlove climbs into the director’s seat for the first time on this cinematic landmark record that celebrates black history over the course of six weeks. The highlight, of course, turns out to be the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival, and this film brings you never-before-seen footage of performances by Stevie Wonder, Nina Simone, BB King, Gladys Knight and the Pips, and many more. .

Loki: Episode 5 (Disney + Series, early Wednesday morning release) – Tom Hiddleston has absolute fun playing the MCU’s mercurial trickster, and we’ll reap the rewards while he helps (or hinder) the Variation Authority. temporal during the process of cleaning up the timeline. This week, Easter Eggs exploded with so many Marvel Comics references and surprises that fans almost couldn’t handle everything.

Monsters at work: Season 1 Premiere (Disney + Series) – John Goodman and Billy Crystal return as James P. “Sulley” Sullivan and Mike Wazowski. They’ve both been promoted, and a new generation of monsters (voiced by Mindy Kaling, Henry Winkler, Ben Feldman and Alana Ubach) are harvesting. The twist here, of course, is that while the franchise gets back to basics, the franchise trades scares for laughter after realizing that – surprise – laughter generates a lot more energy for Monstropolis than screaming. .

Gossip Girl: Season 1 Premiere (HBO Max Series) – The original CW series helped launch the careers of Blake Lively, Leighton Meester, Sebastian Stan, and Penn Badgley (and the latter now portrays an amplified version of the same character on Netflix You). HBO Max is now set to welcome another generation of mostly unknown faces playing wealthy and privileged teens who find themselves socially watched and at the mercy of the “Gossip Girl” narrator, who is still voiced by Kristen Bell. Showrunner Josh Safran promised that this reboot series would be much more socially aware than the original and that teens would “take Ubers, not limos.”

Shark Week 2021 (Discovery + Event) – Before Eli Roth’s Fin documentary arrives next week, annual shark festivities begin with Shark Academy and Shark song. With the old selection, several competitors are vying for a place in a massive shark diving expedition. Of course, these enthusiasts don’t have exactly traditional routes before immersing themselves for six weeks at the behest of the great Dr. Riley Elliott. In this latest selection, YouTube Dan Mace edits and records new footage of sharks from around the world to give viewers a never-before-seen glimpse of these formidable and enigmatic animals.

The Snoopy Show: Season 1 Premiere (Apple TV + Series) – Don’t Be A Fool, Charlie Brown. Instead, dive into this new animated series for all ages, as long as you’re in the almost universally loved beagle, Snoopy (duh), and his lifelong best friend, Woodshock. Not only is Snoopy actually Joe Cool, he’s also Masked Marvel and a World War I aviation ace, and yes, don’t try to resist that fun of a comic-based revisit. ” Peanuts ”by Charles M. Schultz.

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