Series Review: The English (2022)

If you like what I do and want to show your support, please consider buying me a coffee The English is an Amazon original that left me feeling disappointed and a little bit offended. At its core, this is a white savior narrative disguised as something empowering. Cornelia Locke has made it to America in search... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Amsterdam (2022)

If you like what I do and want to show your support, please consider buying me a coffee When I watched the trailer for Amsterdam, I believed it would be an okay movie. I figured it would be something you could throw on when you don't really want to pay attention while being entertaining enough to pass... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: The Policeman (2022)

If you like what I do and want to show your support, please consider buying me a coffee The Policeman is a terrible movie. Do not watch it because it isn't worth your time. The Policeman is the story of a homosexual couple who must hide their love from the oppressive homophobic climate of Britain's 1950s. At... Continue Reading →

Series Review: Final Space

If you like what I do and want to show your support, buy me a coffee! Final Space has no right to be as good as it is; you should watch it if you haven't. I am disappointed that it won't be getting its proper conclusion anytime soon because a greedy network is holding it hostage.... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Look Both Ways (2022)

Image Source Look Both Ways is a cute story that explores how the life of a young woman splits after one defining moment. In her senior year of college, Natalie takes a pregnancy test that would determine her future. The movie explores how her life would have turned out with either outcome. In one version, Natalie... Continue Reading →

Movie Review: Wedding Season (2022)

Wedding Season is a surprising rom-com. You have seen this narrative formula before, and that's okay. Wedding Season has been reskinned to the experience of an Indian American couple trying to live their lives under the pressures of their community. It is a solid date night movie and one that you won't hate if you... Continue Reading →

Series Review: Uncoupled (2022)

I loved Uncoupled, and if you haven't watched it yet, you should be watching it now. Neil Patrick Harris once again proves that he is an amazing actor. The rest of the cast is equally amazing, bringing to life an amazing narrative of a human experience we are all familiar with. It is a show that gets... Continue Reading →

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