Those once-pestering words on the bottom of television screens I now see as an opportunity to refresh and expand my communication.
The Harder They Fall
Leave your saddlebags at the door and mount up for one hell of a ride!
Chicago Party Aunt? More like Chicago Party Rant!
Have you ever played Oscars Bingo? You know, where you and your friends write bingo boards filled with awards-season cliches and hyperspecific references to the year’s nominees in order to actually pay attention to a ceremony that’s so notoriously long the host typically makes fun of its torpid endlessness? I’ve found it’s a fun way […]
He’s All That
He’s All That is an update to the 90s teen rom-com classic that we didn’t really need. This time around the Freddie Prinze Jr. role is filled by TikTok star Addison Rae, playing high-school influencer Padgett who after being meme-ified during a livestream breakup must for some reason make over the school loner (breakout heartthrob […]
The Kissing Booth 3
As previously predicted, The Kissing Booth franchise had a trilogy up its sleeve, and for those invested, it’s a must-watch. Picking up where the sequel left off, The Kissing Booth 3 takes almost two hours to watch Elle (Joey King) make the most difficult decision of her very privileged life. Will she move across the […]
Gunpowder Milkshake takes the buddy flick to unexpected places
Karen Gillan and Chloe Coleman shine in the female-lead action romp.
Ghost Lab brings the scares
Whether or not the scares make sense is up for debate.
Colton Underwood and the gay reputation laundry machine
Coming out does not absolve you of your sins.
Ezra Furman scores life’s uncertainties on Sex Education
Ezra Furman’s soundtrack for Netflix’s Sex Education provides coming-of-age anthems for all stages of life.
Why is everyone horny for Bridgerton?
Indulging in Netflix’s latest phenomenon to see what the fuss is about
Netflix’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom is a beautiful heartbreak
The film adaptation of the August Wilson play shows how Black folks navigate the power struggles that white structures create.
Netflix’s new series doesn’t do Selena justice
Part one of Selena: The Series attempts to capture Selena’s artistry, but fails to bring full nuance in all areas of production.
The Trial of the Chicago 7 asks: What is worth standing up for?
Aaron Sorkin’s new drama shows what happens when it’s time to fight and “the whole world is watching.”
We (don’t always) love TV: Emily in Paris
Two television addicts scream about how much they hated the Netflix comedy.
Black women have mid-life crises, too
The 40-Year-Old Version deftly offers a fresh and exciting perspective on a tired film trope.