“Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile” Brings a Big Surprise
This comedy brings a big surprise to Josh and his family when they move to New York City and struggle to adapt to their new friend.
‘Luther: The Fallen Sun’, Idris Elba’s Netflix Vehicle, Fails to Make the Point
By undermining the appeal and credibility of black characters, the show compromises the very idea of diversity and representation it sets to promote.
The Male Dominance of ‘Hustle’
Adam Sandler goes hard as an NBA scout in this male-heavy sports-drama.
The Last of Us is Flipping the Script For Game Adaptations
An apocalyptic tale captivates the nation as it teaches us to love even in the hardest situations.
The Clades Take a Journey Into a Strange World
The Legendary Clades – a family of explorers – find themselves in a strange new world with fantastic creatures awaiting them. Perhaps their greatest challenge will be healing the ties that bond.
‘You People’ Brings the People Together
Religion, race and generations collide in this romantic comedy starring Jonah Hill
‘The Platform’ – a Horror/Thriller that Paralleled the Pandemic
“The Platform” is horror and science fiction film doubling as a visual commentary on capitalism and economic inequality. The movie is not for the faint of heart nor the viewer hoping for political neutrality in their film’s depth.
Marvel’s ‘Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur’ – Series Premiere Review
Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur shine as they battle their way through supervillains, social issues, and school bullies on the Lower East Side. Moon girl magic in the moonlight! A must-see for all Marvel and fantasy/science fiction fans.
Rebel with a Cause: Andor
Andor is an origin story where each side will do whatever it takes.
Darren Aronofsky’s Top 5 Films
Darren Arronofsky focuses on diverse and heartbreaking stories about the human experience.