Captain America: Secret War (THIRTY-EIGHT)

The Hunter had been summoned to see Secretary Ross. Apparently, Steve Rogers, Sam Wilson, Natasha Romanoff, and Wanda Maximoff had been sighted in New York City stopping a group of HYDRA terrorists threatening to blow up a few buildings and kill thousands.

He knew what Secretary Ross wanted him to do. Find the fugitives and capture them, dead or alive, but that wasn’t The Hunter’s agenda. Not after what had just transpired; a strange bald woman in yellow had appeared before him and told him of this mind-boggling thing that had happened involving herself, the fugitives, and, surprisingly, him. When he confronted her with the prospect that she was lying she simply smiled, telling him things about himself that only he knew to be true.

It was then that he realized this wasn’t a fancy prank.

Now, as he entered the room where Secretary Ross’s temples seemed as if they were ready to bulge out of his head, a small smile came to his lips.

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Movie Review Flashback: My Review of ‘Queen of Katwe’

A few years ago I read the inspiring true story of Phiona Mutesi, a Ugandan girl who becomes a champion chess player.

When Disney announced they were making a movie based on the story I couldn’t wait to eventually see it. Well, thanks to Disney+, I watched it and it was as good as I expected.

No, it wasn’t anything brilliant but it told Phiona’s story eloquently and, if you’re in a real sappy mood, it’ll potentially bring you to tears. If you have Disney+,¬†Queen of Katwe¬†is a definite must-watch film, for it tells a story that you don’t see every day.

I’m giving this movie 93 out of 100 and 4 out of 5 stars. Like I said before, it’s not the best movie I’ve ever seen but it is enjoyable from beginning to end.

I thank you for reading and I hope you have a beautiful day.