The Terry Terrones Page — Welcome to His Pop Culture Corner
Your ship has arrived at the on-line home of freelance writer and pop culture fanatic Terry Terrones.
Terry is a member of the Television Critics Association, as well as the Critics Choice Association. Currently he can be found on the websites for Paste Magazine and the A.V. Club, and is a top critic for Rotten Tomatoes. His work includes articles and reviews available from the Colorado Springs Gazette as well as the Denver Gazette.
You can follow him on Twitter @terryterrones.
PEACEMAKER! The next streaming hit has arrived!
Terry has reviewed the series and you can read about it right here.
Peacemaker on HBO Max: The ridiculously fun series somehow manages to turn John Cena’s Peacemaker into a compelling and complex character.
The comic book character introduced by Charlton Comics in the 1960’s became one of 2021’s most divisive new pop culture characters in the film Suicide Squad. The HBO Max Series Peacemaker has arrived, offering John Cena more room to prove his politically incorrect, heartless character is the charming hero we were waiting for in 2022.
The trailers for this eight-episode series suggest this will be a wild ride for anyone thinking of giving it a try, a bonkers blend of comedy and violence. Terry has provided his perspective on the series for Paste Magazine and finds it to be a superb mix of absurdity and story.
THE BOOK OF BOBA FETT IS HERE. Now streaming on Disney Plus.
Terry’s latest on Paste Magazine:
The Premiere Answers Burning Star Wars Questions and Sets the Stage for a New Hero.
“Boba’s leadership style isn’t the only point Jon Favreau’s script wants to get across to viewers. There’s a lot more to Boba Fett than looking cool. The bounty hunter has a moral code. Respect is paramount to him, not only receiving it but earning it.”
1883: The ‘Yellowstone’ sequel is now available from the Paramount Plus Network.
As described in his review, it rips the rose-colored veneer off of frontier stories:
“Taylor Sheridan’s new Paramount+ series, 1883, rips the veneer off this rosy outlook and provides a raw, brutal, and riveting portrayal of what traveling west might truly have been like.”
Check out Terry’s review from the Colorada Springs Gazette:
Wandavision: The ambitious Disney+ series kicks off the new world of streaming television for the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
From Paste Magazine: A close-up look at the world’s greatest band. “Get Back” available on Disney Plus.
“What is surprising is finally being able to witness the love between The Beatles that every fan of the group has always felt in their music. Jackson’s docuseries features touching moments filled with laughter, soul-shaking music and incredible inspiration.”
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