Peggy and Daniel were each other’s safe space and the very kind of armor they both needed in trying times—a second chance at love.
Daniel Sousa was captivating and compassionate while carrying a great deal on his shoulders as he smiled his way through life.
Peggy and Jarvis had perfectly ridiculous banter and unwavering loyalty, which inspired the best of versions of themselves to shine through.
Edwin Jarvis could have easily been written off as comedic relief, but instead, he was always the beacon of hope.
When hands linger, it’s always every viewer’s dream, right? There are very few swoon-worthy scenes quite like when two people the audience is rooting for finally hold hands. And that’s … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: When Hands Linger Between Peggy and Daniel in Agent Carter’s “Life of the Party”
“Valediction” will always be one of our favorite episodes of Agent Carter–the events of Avengers:Endgame aside, it still holds up as one of the most beautiful moments of closure and … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: “Valediction” | Agent Carter
Peggy Carter has been, is and will always be integral to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and in a myriad of ways, she started it all.
I bet this isn’t the first of these articles you darling readers will see and it certainly won’t be the last. We’re here to give you some of our current … Continue Reading Social Distancing TV Recommendations
Part I and Part II 11 years and 22 movies have amounted to one of the most beautiful cinematic experiences of our time – a journey, I could not be … Continue Reading Avengers: Endgame Review ft. Morgan McNair
There are always scenes I’ll find myself replaying — scenes that either broke me or have somehow fixed me. Scenes that may not be thematic masterpieces but rather little moments that … Continue Reading 2016 Year-End Reviews: 16 Little Gems
Agent Carter “Hollywood Ending” did what the show does best by reminding viewers of the importance of unity while keeping a wonderful balance between heart and humor.
Agent Carter “The Edge of Mystery” and “A Little Song and Dance” showcase the series’ fantastic ability to balance character development and plot.
February 14-20 “Life of the Party” and “Monsters” | Agent Carter Bridget Regan
February 14-20 “Life of the Party” and “Monsters” | Agent Carter James D’Arcy
Agent Carter “Life of the Party” and “Monsters” played with a variety of noted spy drama tropes, but what they’ve done most phenomenally, is given each of the female characters an opportunity to shine.
Agent Carter “The Atomic Bomb” reminded viewers of the importance of encouraging others and believing in them.