Trust the hype around this one. So much life is packed into these four years over a two-hour runtime that flies by, and it portrays that aimless feeling in life in such a painfully accurate way. I’m already ready to see this again.
Category: TV/Film Reviews
This HBO Max series from James Gunn is a breath of fresh air in this genre that can often feel really rigid and overly structured. “Peacemaker” is given the chance to let loose a little bit and be its own kind of fun.
We are extremely early on into 2022, but I can already tell “Somebody Somewhere” is going to end up being one of my favorite new shows of the entire year.
One of TV’s funniest comedies is finally back, and “The Righteous Gemstones” are surrounded by more chaos than ever.
This is visual mastery at play with tremendous acting performances and an eerie sense of spirit that make it quite the cinematic experience to be had.
This is such a relatable but personal story that I feel many will share a pretty heartfelt connection. The script is really a cocktail of life lessons, and there are so many instantly quote-able lines. Ben Affleck is the cool uncle you always wanted, and Tye Sheridan, Daniel Ranieri, and Lily Rabe are all great here.
This stellar ensemble cast is weight down by a predictable and often bland story despite ‘The 355’s cultural variety and incredibly well choreographed action sequences.
1. Insecure — HBO 2. You — Netflix 3. Only Murders in the Building — Hulu 4. Succession — HBO 5. Ted Lasso — Apple TV+ 6. Hacks — HBO Max 7. DAVE — FX 8. Sex Education — Netflix 9. Colin in Black and White — Netflix 10. Mare of Easttown — HBO 11. […]
2021 was… a year. But we had movies to escape it for even a little while. This list changes for me so often, but if it’s on this list, that means it made a lasting impact on me this year.
The crisp cinematography, striking color palette, and calculated camerawork made this absolutely fascinating eye candy (and with such great substance of a story, too).