“Heartstopper” is officially streaming on Netflix worldwide, and I suspect this will be a big hit for many different audiences. The way it captures a Gen Z’s Spotify playlist without sounding like a collection of viral TikTok hits was done so tastefully, and the songs were perfectly aligned with the tone of each scene.
I didn’t think this show could get any more existential, but it managed to out-do last season somehow.
It’s pretty eerie and surprisingly ironic to hear how he manifested his entire career. Ideas he had about the type of music he wanted to create and the opportunities he made for himself almost all came true over the course of the next two decades.
The humor is dark, and the family chemistry is strained, making for an entirely new kind of entertaining and mysterious new season. The thrills are intense, and the ride is suspenseful, causing a healthy amount of anxiety.
It’s the apocalypse, and we’re all living in it. There’s no denying the ways of the world surrounding us, so we might as well poke some fun at it while we try to shed some light on the topic and start a conversation.
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).
This ticking time bomb of a film is an entirely boundless, chaotic, and emotional love letter to the art of musical theatre. Andrew Garfield delivers a manic performance that is convincing and over-the-top without feeling overdone.
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!
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).
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.