Mr. Corman is perhaps the most uncomfortably relatable show about millennials I have ever seen.
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Josh and Megan meet face to face for the first time in over a year at a funeral, and catching up leads to digging up old skeletons.
A character guide for Apple TV+’s “Mr. Corman.” Included is information about characters and noteworthy information about the series they’re in.
Maleficent, once more, pushes you to wonder why doesn’t Disney reinvent its villains rather than lazily remake its classics?
Lost Transmissions shows the line between proving yourself as a storyteller doesn’t always coincide with delivering the intended message.
Dirty John fits what most would describe as a guilty pleasure for there will be times you hate-watch it just to see how it ends.
A cast and character guide for the series Dirty John featuring who plays who, information about each character, and other noteworthy information about the show.
Dirty John ends its first episode definitely hooking you and making you want to spoil the ending with reading the real story.
Unsane, as Claire Foy’s character unravels, turns into a mystery where you are questioning and investigating what is real and…
One Percent More Humid lacks investment in its tragedy to the point it makes the survivor’s tears for naught.