On the 4th episode of the 8th season of It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Charlie, who has just recently been dumped by the waitress, meets Ruby Taft (played by Alexandra Daddario); a young heiress of one of the wealthiest families in Philadelphia.
This is one of the best documentaries I’ve seen this year. It certainly shows the advantages of educating people about politics at a young age. Having politically literate citizens will strengthen political participation, therefore, creating a better democratic system.
Much like a lot of everyone’s current situation, Oh Joon-woo finds himself stuck in self-isolation in his apartment after realizing the threat of the infection plaguing the city. Only this time, the infection turns you into a zombie.
One of the main reasons this documentary is so engaging is because for the Undertaker’s entire 30-year career in the WWE, we don’t hear anything about what happens with him backstage. Even in his real life, he has committed to staying in character by wearing all black. And we don’t even know what happens when he gets injuries.
Ennio Morricone is one of the world’s best composers. At age 91, he had 520 soundtrack albums under his belt and had sold over 70 million records. He had composed scores for more than 400 film and tv productions. His name can be put next to Mozart and Beethoven as he was considered one of the best film composers of all time.
On the surface, The Boys may seem like a story you’ve heard before with all the superhero movies floating around the blockbusters. But after seeing just the first five minutes of the first episode, you then come to realize that the heroes of the show are unlike the upstanding do-gooders of the mainstream. Instead, “The Seven” are far more complex and intricate than their Justice League counterparts.
Electric, energetic, and exhilarating is Hamilton’s production. Thoma Kail’s direction flows rapidly from scene to scene with each packed to the brim with information from writer and lead actor Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Hamilton’s biographer, Ron Chernow.
With only 6 episodes with 30 minutes each, Ju-on: Origins makes proper use of its runtime by creating an eerie atmosphere with its non-linear storytelling while locking you into the disturbing lives of some of its possessed characters.
Modern Love on Amazon intrigued me with its star-studded cast. Anne Hathaway, Tina Fey, and Mad Men’s John Slattery got me psyched to see a dramatized version of New York Time’s romantic comedy column on withering and blossoming relationships. But the ultimate question still remains, are all 8 episodes worth watching? Find out here to see which ones are worth your time!
Neglected by her brothers who plot to send her into boarding school, Enola Holmes ventures to London to search for her disappeared mother. While in London, she gets caught up with the kidnapping of a young marquess while trying to escape the clutches of murderous villains as well as avoiding her overprotective brothers.
The Office is a show unlike any other. Let me give you a brief background as to how it affected me. One day I woke up sad and depressed. I was unable to proceed with my work let alone get out of my bed. So I tried to buckle up and watch an episode of the Office. I uncontrollably laughed and got the strength to get through the day.
A heartfelt story that takes baby steps and detours on the road to redemption. The King of Staten Island is not a movie I expected to love in 2020. But Judd Apatow was able to paint a picture of an irredeemable character by channeling 75% of the real-life story of Pete Davidson and colored him with the blackness of grief and the vibrancy of hope.
Riding on the hot trails of his Oscar and BAFTA win with BlacKkKlansman, Spike Lee once again fuels the fire of race issues in America by exploring the militarization of African-Americans during the Vietnam war