Diversity is incorporated in a way that only aids in a well-rounded conveying of stories through different lenses. The show’s success is a testament to what audiences are craving: authentic stories that broaden the mind and heart.
The roaring emotional ride that was the season four finale sets June on a new path: more of a Survivor’s Journey.
Where we leave the characters is in such a peaceful and optimistic place. It feels well-earned to ensure everyone gets their own specially-crafted happy ending.
The development of existing characters and the addition of some new ones have surely placed ‘Ted Lasso’ on some sort of an Incluvie A-OK list.
Adam McKay might have been more concerned with cramming cameos than he was in this story which is a bloated criticism of the rich and famous… delivered unto us by the rich and famous.
This film manages to be simultaneously topical and timeless. Without being preachy, it highlights society’s flawed relationship with tech; insights into the complex ideas of family struggle are expertly dispersed among a perfectly paced and balanced story.
Jeff Aquino’s film “Viral” placed second in 2020’s Incluvie Film Festival fest, he’s back again with his film “An A Peel for Justice”.
Considering the runtime, I expected each scene to hit harder as opposed to a series of montages and vignettes.
We’ve always known that Edgar Wright is a mixologist when it comes to blending sound, light, colour, and texture. This is especially true in the first act of the film. In fact, all of my positive feedback is directed exclusively at the first act of this film.
If your upbringing was anything like mine, where the TV acted as an additional parent- there are so many new stories and perspectives to explore.