Overview Insurgent is all one could hope for in a sequel yet, unfortunately, is burdened by a familiar script due to the many other similar trilogies out there. Director: Robert Schwentke Writer: Brian Duffield, Akiva Goldsman and Mark Bomback (screenplay) | Veronica Roth (source material) Review (with Spoilers) – Below
Overview And so rises a new trilogy but, with this one, we get a more fleshed out hero to root for. Trigger Warning(s): Violence against women & short scene showing attempted rape Review (with Spoilers) Let me first state I did not read the books and what first drew me to this film was Zoe…
Overview If you have seen the recent Maze Runner films, then The Divergent Series: Allegiant may seem a bit too familiar and certainly not the standout amongst the young adult novel adaptations of recent memory. Trigger Warning(s): Blood and guns
Connie Cocchia’s “When Time Got Louder” is a gentle and heartfelt coming-of-age movie and family drama.
In ‘Brother (2023)’, the compelling tale of two young brothers navigating life in a lower-income community unveils the struggles of immigrant families and the pervasive influence of societal pressures, beautifully framed within a web of budding romances, community bonds, and shocking revelations.
While a unnecessary reboot, there is no denying this adaptation aims to bring something different.
Alongside delivering the expected laughs, “Joy Ride” is an emotional story about culture, identity, and how friends can reaffirm who you are.
An Army sergeant gathering intel on the taliban enlists the aid of an Afghan translator/interpreter who ends up saving his life through impossible odds.
This episode acts as a backdoor pilot for “The Good Lawyer,” which leads to the question: Will that potential show be worth seeing?
Could you have loved someone your entire life, based on who they become once they are 36?
With the rare 40+ minute pilot, Tokyo 24th Ward seems to want to set a difficult precedent for other anime to follow in 2022.
A character guide for HBO’s “The White Lotus.” Included is information about characters and noteworthy information about the series they’re in.
“Double Cross,” undoubtedly, is one of the strongest shows released under UMC and will undoubtedly help their network gain traction like never before.
It’s a vulnerable episode for the kids as they open up about their issues with their parents while dealing with the pressure to find Lil’ Ricky.
Outside of two moments in which the lead is sexually assaulted, and the protagonist being Black, The Darkest Minds is as generic as they come.
How It Ends not only doesn’t answer its title’s question but also makes for a terrible online release thanks to its writing, pacing, and maybe even acting.
Maze Runner: The Death Cure tries its hardest for an epic ending but ends up falling on its face with every attempt at an emotional moment.
The love triangle heats up as Natsume starts really taking notice of how everyone seems a few steps ahead of her.
It’s a completely Eleven (Jane) focused episode and honestly, it makes you wish they mixed in the other cast members.
Living the Dream is a strange episode title for it seems most of the characters are either living or remembering their most fearsome nightmares.
After several years of reviewing TV series and Anime, there is one thing that has always been clear: a Strong Central Character is necessary. There are multiple reasons why, but I’ve narrowed it down to two. The first reason is marketability.
Overview A new fantasy production begins and while nothing about it is revolutionary, in the least bit, it does seem like the type of show which could gain the same type of dedicated following of shows which are low rated, yet have ardent fans.
Overview An ensemble drama dealing with overbearing parents, porn addiction, marital issues, and abandonment. Review (with Spoilers) When it comes to comedians like Adam Sandler, as I mentioned in the Hateship, Loveship review, often their dramatic roles, especially after they have peaked, are far superior to their comedic roles. If just because most comedians have…
Overview In many ways, Delirium appears inspired by The Giver but is more angled toward appealing to those who would like something Divergent style. Review (with Spoilers) WIGS is a web station which has a sole focus of having women in leading roles, well for the most part white women, but it has to be…
Overview What surely may be this decade’s “The Notebook.” Review (with Spoilers) I read The Fault in Our Stars years ago without any idea of it becoming as big as it would. It was simply a recommended book on Amazon and I needed something to read to keep myself from going insane due to school…
Overview Despite all Jenna has been going through, her future seems to have gotten a bit brighter with the prospect of college.