There’s a lot to love about the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. The phone is powerful, versatile, fast, striking, and unique, and from the screen size to the 8k video, it’s a creator’s dream device.
If the Canon EOS R isn’t in your budget, and you still want a Canon mirrorless camera, there’s a lot to be said about the 32.5MP Canon M6 Mark II.
The Samsung A50 is a pretty big surprise. While it’s an affordable smartphone, coming in at $499, it’s packed with features and extras that make it one of the best budget Android phones you can buy today.
The DJI Mavic Air 2 surprised me from the first moment I picked it up. I’ve enjoyed flying the original Mavic Air, and it did a lot in a small package, but the Mavic Air 2 is seriously impressive, with some big upgrades that are obvious the moment you take it out of the box.
Android, and especially Huawei users, have a great new option for true wireless earbuds with the light, long-lasting Huawei FreeBuds 3. The earbuds sound excellent, they’re well-made, and come in carbon black, ceramic white, and red.
Watch some of the latest and greatest new films, out on Blu-ray right now. February has a lot of new Blu-ray arrivals, and that includes Oscar and award-worthy films, from Disney’s Frozen 2, and Taika Waititi’s Jojo Rabbit, to Best Picture winner Parasite, Queen & Slim, and more.
The iPhone 11 is pretty easy to review: it’s the best overall phone today. Against all the competitors, and even other iPhones, the iPhone 11 stands out with some of the best all-around features. Even Android users may be surprised how easy it is to jump ship, and the camera alone is worth it if you’re a photographer.
Twenty six years ago this May, the last episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation aired, and that felt like a solid goodbye. Movies came along over the years, and the stories were interesting, but I don’t think many fans from that era really expected captain Jean-Luc Picard to return to TV again.
I was a little nervous about reviewing Cats. I’m not a critic–just a simple lover of musicals, cats, and musicals about cats. But it turns out I didn’t have anything to worry about because Cats is impossible to review.
Since George Lucas decided Star Wars needed to be updated for modern times, Lucasfilm has set a certain tone. That was never more evident than when Star Wars: A New Hope arrived on Disney+ with “maclunkey” plopped in for absolutely no apparent reason.