Like Stars on Earth is a representative movie that talks about dyslexia to young audiences and why it is important in today’s generation.
Self expression among teenagers is explored in the live adaptation of Jerry Spinelli’s novel of the same name.
The second season arrives over three years after its first. While late on arrival, most audience members will be happy.
In a world where we hear ringers and beepers at every corner, technology feels inescapable. This is why technology is often an enemy in Digital J-horrors, like One Missed Call.
If you haven’t watched Good Trouble yet, you need to. This Foster’s spinoff, aptly named for civil rights champion and Congressman, John Lewis, follows Mariana and Callie Adams Foster as they begin a new chapter of young adulthood and navigate life, careers, social justice, and love.
Ultimately the problem with The Bubble is that it plays everything for laughs to get around the audience’s defenses. But it comes off like a privileged white male thinking that ridiculing everyone else equally is the road to equality. And it’s not. And it’s definitely not funny to pretend that it is.
This little Netflix film was very inspirational. It passes the Bechdel test, and features a different worldview with rural Indian representation.
Korean Dramas deserve your attention and not just the ones on Netflix.
Severance is about breaking down facades and confronting old models that were once frameworks of our lives. The somewhat subtle message to me is it’s never too late to fall in love, no matter your insecurities.
Disney has a glaring and, up until recently, unaddressed issue that spans nearly its entire lifetime – an absence of diversity.