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Alex Low

Alex is the Editorial Director of The Cultured. An avid consumer of popular culture, he's enthusiastic about black-and-white movies, Star Wars, and Quentin Tarantino films. When not writing, Alex spends his free time playing video games, learning how to cook (it's been quite a journey, or so he says), and lurking on blu-ray.com for the best physical media deals.
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WandaVision Is Wildy Experimental but Bogged down by Unimaginative Ending

While WandaVision is certainly entertaining to watch, it remains to be seen whether venturing into television was really the right call to make.

Raya and the Last Dragon Is an Instant Disney Classic

By executing an impressive production worthy of its more adult oriented themes, Raya and the Last Dragon is another home run for the Mouse house.

The Queen’s Gambit Is an Unexpected Triumph

With incredible performances, mesmerising production details, as well as an engaging script, The Queen's Gambit is a checkmate for Netflix.

Wonder Woman 1984 is an Absolute Trainwreck

While the first film is widely regarded as a monumental step towards feminism in film, Wonder Woman 1984 seeks to undo its legacy at every turn.
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