The first Equalizer was one of my favorite films at the wondrous age of eleven years old. Sneaking into that cinema and witnessing Antoine Fuqua’s gritty and mesmerizing background piece went on to shape my taste in film as a stylistic art form for the years to come. […]
There is just something about documentaries this year. Here’s another amazing one.
Don’t let this one get too far away.
Trial & Error is a terribly underappreciated show that is evident in the network’s decision to release its second season during the dead summer months. Season one was intriguing because of John Lithgow’s presence, but he was always meant to be the foil to the true protagonist, the […]
If you would like to read my review of the last episode, click here.
If you would like to ready my review of the original Mamma Mia, click here.
Any film or TV series that deals with student life has the pressure of its cast delivering some great, relatable performances. That isn’t to say that child actors can’t deliver phenomenal performances, but some are still discovering what kind of actor they are so it can be real […]