Indian and Chinese culture combine in Kung Fu Yoga to bring an action movie which has slightly more depth than most of the ones we see.
Spike Lee’s modernized She’s Gotta Have It finds the middle ground between shows like Insecure and the TV programming of Lee Daniels and Mara Brock Akil.
Lindel begins to reveal Elias’ past to us, alongside a bit of his own, and it seems we’re at the good before the horror.
We dig deeper into the past we saw in “Intricacy,” in terms of learning about Luke’s mom and dad.
Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle doesn’t really justify its creation, but attempts to make up for that with its comedic performances.
So Much I Want To Tell You: Letters To My Little Sister, is the type of memoir/advice book those without an older sibling, or aren’t close to theirs, may want to look into. Especially if you wanted an older sister.
As Haruto and Morikawa move back to the forefront, we’re right back to the show being about everyone’s indecision issues.