Wait, wait. Let me just take a wild guess as to what this movie is: a pretentious “artist from the hood.” By God does this movie not look the least bit interesting. 2,377 more words
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I started watching Luke Cage with my girlfriend back when the show first was released a few months back in late September, (discussion of the first half of season one here: … 933 more words
TV Review: Luke Cage, Episodes 1.11, 1.12, & 1.13, “Now You're Mine"/"Soliloquy of Chaos”/”You Know My Steez"
Well: That’s it. Luke Cage‘s first season is over. It’s done. Finished. Complete.
It went out well. I struggled with episodes five through seven, and I wish that the show had bothered to bring in Diamondback sooner; to use Stokes’ knowledge of Luke’s real identity against him; to pit Luke’s ideal of Harlem against Stokes’ and Diamondback’s; and so on. 36 more words
Neflix’s Luke Cage showrunner Cheo Hodari Coker won the prize for most metaphors used to describe showrunning today at a morning session on the topic at Produced By New York. 287 more words
At this point, I probably don’t need to say that I like Luke Cage, but I’ll say it anyways: I like Luke Cage. But I do wonder if there’s a more perfect version of the series lurking within the very good version we must content ourselves with, one where the fear explored in both “DWYCK” and “Take it Personal” is the real overarching antagonist of the series, and not some lunatic, Bible-thumping arms-runner with a pair of peepers that give Uzo Aduba a run for her money. 39 more words
Much as I love Mahershala Ali, I’m kinda glad to see him go in the context of Luke Cage: He’s one villain too many, or the show just plain ol’ 126 more words