This a full-fledged deep-dive into how music is made coming from the minds of the people behind some of your favorite songs over the last few decades.
While it has a heartfelt message that tries really hard, that message falls flat. Combining elements of a road trip movie with a coming of age and an LGBTQ drama, it all starts to feel like a little much when you toss it all in the salad at once. Everyone’s heart was in the right place here.
We all saw the commercial that premiered during the Super Bowl earlier this year (even though that already feels like years ago). With a phenomenal cast along with an instantly interesting premise, people (myself included) were excited to see what M. Night Shyamalan had up his sleeve for us this time.
The Last Letter From Your Lover premieres today on Netflix, and its great cast combined with a well thought out soundtrack form a nice film. While it is familiar, there are charming moments in this sappy romance.
Ted Lasso, one of the best shows on TV (or on streaming) is officially back for its second season on Apple TV+! Just like the last time we spent some time with these characters, your dopamine level will be through the roof in no time.
The comedic timing in this couldn’t be better. The balance is struck perfectly with the dramatic nature of the story supported by its realistic humor. It such a tender and direct story that gets right to the point.
Watching this feels as if we are sitting in on a conversation that we’re not supposed to be hearing, giving its audience a real fly-on-the-wall experience. It reflects on Paul’s career with The Beatles, as a solo artist, and how all of the songs came to be.