Though the third installment of the Netflix series was not set up for success, it still found ways to shine through.
For new shows like Wandavision that are released one week at a time, unlike a streaming show that drops an entire season at a time, the hype doesn’t fall away.
On the unnecessary extra seasons that destroy perfectly good franchises.
Along with the rest of Twitter, I am absolutely on board with the new “Love is Blind” craze.
“To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You” has many real relationships that feature actors with great chemistry, however, those are not the romantic relationships that are the focus of the movie.
Sketch comedy isn’t my thing, but after giving “Astronomy Club” a chance I found a show that had me laughing in a way that I thought a sketch comedy show never would.
Despite a confusing, convoluted plot, world-building elements that seem to come out of nowhere and characters motivations that don’t make sense, “The Witcher” is wonderfully camp and extremely entertaining.
The 2010s were dominated by the MCU, along with two other franchises that either have come or will come to an end in 2019: “Game of Thrones” and the “Star Wars” movies. Their example is one of how things used to be, not a sign of changing times. As Kylo Ren says in “The Last Jedi,” “Let the past die.”
Gobble, gobble! Do you hear that? That’s the sound of a week of freedom with zero work stress, zero classes and a ton of Netflix time (The Crown is out!). Except, what about after Thanksgiving? We have one week of classes, then finals are aggressively upon us. As a result, I always take advantage of the week preceding Thanksgiving break to get a head start on any final projects, essays or exams.
It seems now that we’re living in an endless stream of nostalgia-fueled entertainment. It’s in this framework that the “Breaking Bad” movie, “El Camino,” was made.
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