Though certain plot elements require more forgiveness than you may be able to muster, Koe no Katachi (A Silent Voice) may end up being considered this year’s Your Name.
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I know I have been hemming and hawing about this or that all season, but Ozark’s season finale is probably the best I’ve seen in a long time.
I rented No Way To Live on Amazon thinking I was going to get some complicated 1950s interracial romance. But, let me tell you, don’t be fooled by the advertisement. We get something much more interesting.
To The Bones makes it so you officially can’t say Lily Collins is living off her father’s name anymore. For she proves herself as an actress just as capable of being a romantic lead as someone whose story can be emotionally heavy and heartbreaking.
Trevor ends up outmatched and outnumbered. However, being that he is a Belmont, all of that means nothing. Trigger Warning(s): Vomit Sounds
More and more Castlevania seems like a movie that was excellently cut into 4 parts. For with us getting to know our assumed hero now, all that is missing is him being introduced to some baddies. Trigger Warning(s): Vomiting in episode, repeatedly (Not Within Attached Images)
If you are expecting a touching love story or harrowing tale, prepare to be as disappointed as I was.