I am already IN LOVE with The Gifted. It is reviving and can continue to revive the X-men universe in ways that Legion did, as well. Who knew this world would do better on TV than film? Frankly, I am a comic-book nerd, and have a special bond with the X-men universes considering it was… Continue reading TV Review: The Gifted Gives X-Men The Much Needed Revamp It Deserves
I am CONVINCED I know why I and so many are obsessed with how Jack ends, and it does not ALL have to do with humanity’s penchant for morbid. Let’s be honest! The best tv episodes or, at least, the land-marking, are the ones that involve life- changing or traumatic events. Our fave characters either… Continue reading TV Review: Why Are We So Obsessed With Jack’s Death On This Is Us (My Theory)
The Mindy Project is back, and, frankly, I do not know how to feel. Yes, Mindy Kaling’s wit never fails to bring the laughs and the relevance, but what about the love? If last season was left off with a proposal then season 6, the final one, begins with a divorce. The Mindy Project… Continue reading TV Review: The Mindy Project The Final Frontier of A Romantic Comedy…DIVORCE!
Season 2 has come and gone, and, for us fans, we are in MOURNING! The show is that rare gem of consistent humor, emotionalist honesty, and intelligence; all while being written, directed, and represented by people of color. CAN WE ALL JUST APPLAUD THAT! via GIPHY Yet, with the release of Season 2’s soundtrack and… Continue reading TV/ Music Review: Insecure Season 2 Continued To Show Music Is Everything
Bojack Horseman hates himself, and in that we, his fans, love him. To watch a season of Bojack Horseman is to take a nose-dive into every moment you self-loathed or simmered in a need to be loved. Of course, Bojack is a more extreme character/ needer being the “Hollywood” star of a classic sitcom.… Continue reading TV Review: Bojack Horseman Season 4 Asks, Do We Change Or Do We Grow?
For You’re The Worst fans, Gretchen and Jimmy are two of the worst people you could ever so devoutly want together. In real life, we would HATE these two, but on FX we are as loyal as a cult. Thus, when they broke up just five seconds after getting engaged, the tv series’ theme song… Continue reading TV Review: You’re The Worst Goes From Romantic Comedy To Tragic One In Season 4
via GIPHY I think I would be standing next to a lot of people whom agree AHS: Coven, AHS: Hotel, and AHS: Murder House were the top seasons. Yet, I follow through each American Horror Story for the promise of a good tale, great acting, and, maybe, a few morality lectures brought on by the… Continue reading TV Review; American Horror Story Set To Tackle Its Greatest Villain- Humanity?
The upcoming season of BROAD CITY IS COMING PEOPLE! To celebrate, I marvel on what I love and what to expect from these NYC, Millennial femmes that show nothing like a best friend to get you through hard times. 1)Stress, Depressed, And Poor God, I think those three words define nearly every Millennial in New… Continue reading TV Review: Five Reasons Why I Already Love Broad City Season 4 (MILD Spoilers!)
Game of Thrones has come and gone, and Jon Snow’s heritage has FINALLY been revealed, at least, outwardly. If there is one thing GOT should be proud of is its domination of foreshadowing. Completely coping from George R.R. Martin’s affinity for this literary device, Jon Snow’s lineage has alway been apparent, and his destiny to… Continue reading TV Review: Three Clues You Missed As To Why Jon Snow Is Destined To Sit On The Iron Throne
Synopsis: The worst lies are the ones we tell ourselves. Gypsy is a ten-part psychological thriller that follows Jean Holloway (Naomi Watts), a Manhattan therapist who begins to develop intimate and illicit relationships with the people in her patients’ lives. As the borders of Jean’s professional life and personal fantasies become blurred, she descends into a… Continue reading TV Review: Netflix’s Gypsy Asks You “Are You Really Free?”