When “Easter Sunday” strips away the fat and focuses just on the complicated dynamics families can have, it becomes a pleasure to watch.
It’s election night, and the grand re-re-re-re opening at The Pynk, making an appearance by Megan Thee Stallion, aka Tina Snow just the icing on the cake.
Amber Midthunder commands this “Predator” prequel that may lack notable characters beyond hers but provides the kind of violence expected.
Potential end-game couples start emerging as the men are on the chopping block.
“Bodies, Bodies, Bodies” satirical take on Gen Z/late Millennials will leave you giggling and potentially forgiving its ending.
It’s a hard episode for some as Kiesha is at her wit’s end, Jemma goes through something traumatic, and Bakari’s situation becomes unstable.
“Bullet Train” reminds you not only of Brad Pitt’s star power but also how action at its best is done in close quarters.
On top of learning who was the unidentified man who died, Baltasar also reveals the history of the Oceana Vista, including its final days.
“Don’t Blame Karma” is comical at times, but the romance it wishes to explore and the drama which creates the comedy and complicates the romance is disappointing.
Auditions come at Camp Shallow Lake, and they happen to coincide with Nini meeting her birth father.