The Great is officially back for season two on Hulu! Starring Elle Fanning and Nicholas Hoult, none other than Gillian Anderson joins the cast this season, further proving that adding Gillian Anderson to anything makes it even better.
Category: Super Soundtrack
‘House of Gucci’ stars one of the biggest pop stars in the world (Lady Gaga), and while she doesn’t contribute an original song to the film, it does feature an assorted soundtrack of music.
I promise you’ve never seen Kevin Hart in a role like this, and his chemistry with Wesley Snipes makes the two characters work together so well (even when they don’t work together so well).
Belfast has quickly become one of the most widely discussed films in terms of Oscars buzz, and rightfully so. One aspect of the film that is a particular standout, and it’s pretty hard not to notice, is the music.
You already know the level of insanity that is this show, so I don’t need to tell you about that. However, I will tell you that this season has some of the funniest, most laugh-out-loud moments of the entire series to date. I was laughing so hard I was crying at some of these scenes, and I think we could all use a little bit of that right now!
While we always expect some epic battle sequences and mind-bending mythology from the MCU, it can be a nice surprise to hear some exciting songs featured in the film.
This soundtrack for this show is unique in that the stylistic choices switch up with each episode. It becomes especially interesting when you can start to match up different genres and time periods of music with the different women Marcus is spending time with in the show.
It’s surprisingly provocative, emotional, and engaging almost to the point that you forget this is actually someone’s life story and not just a well written show (which it certainly is).
“Insecure” on HBO delivers one of the most reliably phenomenal soundtracks of any show on TV, specializing in R&B and hip-hop by spotlighting both established and up-and-coming artists.
YOU is back with another season on Netflix, and it’s more bats**t than ever. It starts out like a sweet suburban household drama, and you’ll be like, “Is this the same show?” But just as soon as you settle into suburbia, it quickly morphs into something entirely different.