A creepy rich man preys on women who reminds him of his late wife, with the trap being cheap rent.
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While the premiere feels formulaic, it does present itself as an entertaining new entry into the Star Wars franchise.
While slow at first, once we’re introduced to Jeevan and his new best friend Kirsten, we get that classic father/ daughter type bond that will likely carry the series.
In this documentary-style comedy, we get a glimpse into an urban school and the resilient teachers who are trying to make a graduate while dealing with people who lack common sense.
Unfortunately, Harlem isn’t the type of show which stands out and becomes a must-see from the get-go. Though, it has some potential.
As most comedians, Kevin Hart continues his pursuit of diversifying his portfolio and while “The Kid” plays on what he knows, it is likely what makes his performance believable.
In its premiere episode, while things seem a bit dry at first, about halfway through the episode, you see what has people hyped about Squid Games.
In the first two parts of Women Of The Movement, we’re reminded of the story of Emmett Till and explore the cover-up to keep him from being an international headline.
Split between 25 years, we explore the lives before, during, and after a traumatic plane accident that left a New Jersey town soccer team doing what they had for survival.
While many may find the hook to be Lucy Hale in a police drama, believe me when I say the murder mystery, and all that’s behind it, is what makes you stick around.