The first time I saw the trailer for Sully on YouTube, I was intrigued.
Maggie Davis eSomethin Staff Dreamworks Animation Television teamed up with Netflix in 2016 to bring back an 1980s classic: Voltron: Defender of the Universe. Debuting exclusively to Netflix users on June 10, the new series entitled Voltron: Legendary Defender became an overnight hit. Season 2 was released on January 20th, 2017. Takashi Shirogane (played by Josh Keaton), is the pilot of a science mission launched to investigate one of Pluto’s moons, Kerberos. During their mission, he and his crew disappear; their deaths are classified under ‘pilot error’. We flash forward to one year later and are introduced to three Galaxy Garrison cadets training for the space program: Lance McClain (Jeremy Shada), Pidge Gunderson (Bex Taylor-Klaus), and Hunk Garett (Tyler Labine). After an impromptu team bonding expedition, the three teens witness the crash of an alien ship containing ‘Shiro’ inside. They join up with former cadet Keith Kogane (Steven Yeun) to break the pilot out of containment. After a long trip, the five find themselves out in the desert searching for the source of some strange energy readings, literally falling across a gigantic blue mechanical lion. The lion responds to Lance and blasts off with the five into space, bringing them through a wormhole leading to a distant planet named Arus. It brings them to the Castle of Lions, where they are
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story was awaited with nervous energy for its release on December 16, 2016. It was startling to hear that most of the film was scrapped and had to go back to shooting, making it very different than what fans were expecting from the trailers.
Moana showcases the cultures of the Polynesian Islands, and is a fantastical answer to one of history’s greatest mysteries.
Disney’s Moana, set to release on November 23, looks amazing. The film is a musical, taking place 2,000 years ago in the Polynesian Islands of the South Pacific…
Admittedly, I was hesitant about going to see this movie branch of the Marvel origin stories. From the comics I had read, Dr. Stephen Strange is like that weird uncle that shows up to the family reunion every once in a while to make sure nobody is dead yet.
Walking into Balance, the very interesting art on the walls sets the overall theme of the restaurant. It’s atmosphere is very modern, fresh, and a positive energy.
I fell in love with the atmosphere of the shop. The smell of freshly brewed coffee, the artwork, the style of the store, it was all very welcoming.
Nintendo’s ‘Fire Emblem Fates’ trio hit the shelves at game stores this year, challenging its fan base with new mechanics and hard-hitting decisions. eSomethin’s Maggie Davis gives the game high marks, with 61 out of 70 points.
Awesome social game to play with friends and make new friends. It can get repetitive, but something to look forward to when more updates are included.