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Month: June 2020

Review: ‘Hamilton’

Hamilton is ready to set Disney+ ablaze on July 3rd across the world. What started as a few off-beat lyrics performed inside the White House for Barack and Michelle Obama into a phenomenon. Hamilton, in just a very short period, has…

Review: ‘Penny Dreadful: City of Angels’ Episode 10

Penny Dreadful: City of Angels saved their best episode of the season for the finale. Very rarely do shows such as these pull off shocking twists that floor an audience. The cinematography was beautiful, and how the season was left certainly…

Review: ‘Perry Mason’ Episode 2

Perry Mason spent some much needed time providing fans with a back story on Mason and what has shaped him into what we see today. Again for anyone who is expecting to see the character that Raymond Burr brought to…

Review: ‘I’ll Be Gone In The Dark’

I’ll Be Gone In The Dark is a fantastic six-part documentary detailing the history, obsession, and eventual capture of The Golden State Killer. The film also highlights the heroic acts of Michelle Mcnamara as she spent what would be the…

Review: ‘My Spy’ Is More Of The Same

My Spy isn’t nearly as bad as some might suggest. It isn’t close to great either. The film is a middling attempt by former professional wrestler turned actor Dave Bautista to lead a conventional comedy. There’s no denying that the former…

Review: ‘Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga’

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga is the most ridiculous yet most necessary film of 2020. In a world filled with news about pandemics and racial strife, what better way to unplug than to watch the uplifting tale of…

‘The Handmaid’s Tale’ Has It’s First Teaser for Season 4

Adapted from the classic novel by Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale is the story of life in the dystopia of Gilead, a totalitarian society in what was formerly the United States. Facing environmental disasters and a plunging birthrate, Gilead is…

Review: ‘Doom Patrol’ Season 2

Doom Patrol returns for a less than engaging 2nd season today on HBO Max. Saying this is disappointing, but there’s not much about this new season, which would appeal to anyone. Maybe this show should have been like The Watchmen. The idea of…

Review: ‘Search Party’ Season 3

Search Party provides all sorts of quirky escapist humor in its new season that everyone will surely crave. Being that the show isn’t overly complicated, fans can simply pick up the third season, which comes to HBO Max today. What…

Review: ‘The Twilight Zone’ Season Two

The Twilight Zone returns to CBS All Access on Thursday for its second season, improving on an already solid first season. The writing and direction of the new season are more in sync with what Rod Serling imagined so many years…