“Shortcomings” desires to push back against the spectacle of representation as it dives into the day-to-day conversations of an unlikable lead.
A reference guide for Peacock’s “The Resort,” including character descriptions, names of actors, quotes from the series, and more.
Two couples, separated by 15 years, find themselves at the potential end of their relationship. However, a murder mystery might be able to save one of them.
A guide for the film “Night Teeth.” Noted are cast members, information about their character(s), and additional details about the film’s story and characters.
Night Teeth might have a thin plot, but it makes up for that by having entertaining action and through the performance of Debby Ryan and Lucy Fry.
While Insatiable does have a few buds which could have grown, the overuse of terrible jokes and storylines suffocate what could have bloomed.
Insatiable’s pilot really does show that we live in a time that lacks trust and takes to being offended easily, simply off a headline.
On top of being touching and hilarious, Life of the Party proves Melissa McCarthy is probably the most consistent and reliable actor working today.
While it is clear, when watching, this is a YA novel adaptation, between Angourie Rice and the writing, Every Day sidesteps a lot of expectations. Though not some which matter the most.
Despite Mo only being acknowledged by text message, we are not without entertainment in “Shut It Down.” For between lesbians fantasies, more drama in Nina’s relationships, and Maxine wielding her power, there is something for everyone. Plus there is Kibby vs. Maddie. Something you don’t wanna miss.