How many high-school dramas have you watched in your entire lifetime? We’ve had classics like The Breakfast Club and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off to more modern takes on teaching the youth such as Easy A and Superbad. Nowadays, there are … Continue reading Booksmart: Refreshingly funny high-school comedy defining a generation.
What do you know about legendary slapstick-comedy duo Laurel and Hardy? I am someone who knows very little about the pair. I grew up watching cartoons and Basil Brush. However, my parents and grandparents remember the duo like it was … Continue reading Stan & Ollie: Coogan & Reilly impresses in homage to the legendary slapstick-comedy duo.
Living on the spectrum is difficult for anyone, you come across new challenges every day and it can become daunting. A neurotypical will often assume that their experience of the world is either the only one or the only correct … Continue reading Atypical: Creator Robia Rashid continues ingenious dramedy about people on the autism spectrum in her new series.
Would you keep your feelings for a crush written in a letter, hidden away from the world? How many letters would you have? I would never risk the chance of someone finding those letters. It’s bad enough reading back some … Continue reading To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before: Writer Jenny Han sees her novel excellently executed by visionary Susan Johnson.
Hollywood is where every filmmaker wants to be. It is a dreamland for filmmaking and creating some of the highest quality films. But, not all of those films come out as they planned to be and are thrown into the … Continue reading Kissing Booth: Vince Marcello’s sexist, outdated rom-com is added to the endless pile of nonsense.
Are you happy and in love? do you and your partner feel your relationship is going to continue? There are many questions that go through couples minds when it comes to their relationship. Being in one for so long could … Continue reading Happy Anniversary: Is Jared Stern subliminally giving us relationship advice?
Do you ever find yourself in the friend zone? I know I have experienced it first-hand being in the friend zone, awkwardly hugging girls that you secretly have a crush on but don’t dare reveal your feelings. It’s happened to … Continue reading When We First Met: Cautious Adam Devine miraculously finds himself under Ari Sandel.
Meeting the parents for the first time in any relationship is a daunting experience for anyone. You dress to impress and change your mannerisms to suit, all to get the girl to be rightfully yours. I think it’s safe to … Continue reading Get Out: Funny-man Jordan Peele psychologically f*cks with your mind in directorial debut.
When it comes to Christmas time, you want to get into the mood. You want to start consuming unnecessary amounts of warm, mince pies with cold custard (yes, COLD!) and sit in and watch everything to do with Christmas to … Continue reading El Camino Christmas: Expect the unexpected with David E. Talbert’s comedic “holiday-themed” movie.
Imagine marrying the woman of your dreams and then finding out that she has a son… doesn’t bother you, right? Completely normal. How about finding out your new stepson has been conceived through the power of the antichrist? Now, I am … Continue reading Little Evil: Adam Scott appears to be lost in this mediocre Antichrist spoof comedy.