Month: March 2021

Review: Grace 2021 By Russell Lewis

John Simm is one of those actors who makes you think: what must that be like? What must it be like to be so good at the thing you do that, when you come along, everyone just relaxes? To be…

Review: Who Killed Sara? 2021 Tv Series

Are you a fan of murder mysteries? Did you enjoy shows like Narcos and Narcos: Mexico? Then you should definitely check out Who Killed Sara? on Netflix. This intense drama has the production value of the aforementioned shows and is…

Review: Deadly Illusions By Anna Elizabeth James

Deadly Illusions characters include Mary Morrison, portrayed on screen by Kristin Davis. The American actor, most popularly known for her character Charlotte York Goldenblatt in the HBO romantic comedy series Sex and the City has received Emmy as well as…

Review: Tina 2021 Movie

Toward the end of Tina, the revealing documentary tribute by Dan Lindsay and T.J. Martin for HBO, Tina Turner is seen in an extended concert clip performing the Beatles’ “Help” as a decelerated ballad — intimate, melancholy and full of…

Review: Godzilla vs. Kong 2021

A new trailer for Godzilla vs. Kong teases why the two Titans are fighting each other. Legendary and Warner Bros. launched the MonsterVerse in 2014 with the release of Godzilla and continued the franchise a few years later with Kong:…

Seven Best Gifting Ideas to Give Your Employee

Employees who are respected can make the workplace a better place to work each day. You can even celebrate accomplishments such as new employees, employer anniversaries and promotions could give any person the satisfaction of working where they really enjoy…

Review: Sky Rojo 2021

By Verónica Sánchez, Miguel Ángel Silvestre, Asier Etxeandia You won’t hear terms like trabajadora sexual – that’s Spanish for “sex worker” – in Netflix’s new series about three trafficked women on the run. If you are familiar with previous series…

Review: The Gloaming By Vicki Madden

Here’s the official description from Starz: When a woman is found brutally killed, the clues surrounding her death connect to murders both past and present. Political corruption and shady business dealings intertwine with sinister crimes and occult practices. At the…

Review: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier

Following the events of “Avengers: Endgame,” Sam Wilson/Falcon (Anthony Mackie) and Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier (Sebastian Stan) team up in a global adventure that tests their abilities—and their patience—in Marvel Studios’ “The Falcon and The Winter Soldier.” The all-new series is…

Review: Chasing Waterfalls 2021 By Christie Will Wolf

Spring is finally here, which means it’s time to bid farewell to everything winter-related, as Hallmark Channel gets into the spirit of the new season with its new slate of Spring fling movies. With five new premieres slated to air…

Review: Last Call By Paolo Pilladi

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — A new film about growing up in Upper Darby is about to hit theaters and streaming platforms. ‘Last Call’ is written and produced by a local real estate developer who is making his Hollywood debut. Greg Lingo’s…

Review: Cabras da Peste By Vitor Brandt

Inducing laughter and bringing in fragments of the vicious subgenre, crime comedies have always performed well in Hollywood, whether in the movies or on the small screens. Popularized for features like Deadly Machine, Heavy Cop, Rush Hour, Bad Boys, and…

Best Social Media Marketing Tips for Small Businesses

Whether you’ve got a small commercial enterprise or a startup, you cannot disagree with the reality that social media is a critical a part of advertising approach. Anything going incorrect on social media may have a terrible effect for your…

Review: Country Comfort By Caryn Lucas

Country Comfort is one major throwback to the era of dramedy sitcoms with laughter tracks and bursts of emotions accompanying throughout the episodes. One look at the trailer and the viewer will immediately be teleported to the early 2000s and…

Review: Zack Snyder’s Justice League By Zack Snyder

It’s pretty common for a notable director to have a director’s cut. But the circumstances surrounding Zack Snyder’s re-approach to his 2017 opus Justice League are quite an anomaly from both a filmmaker and studio perspective. Zack Snyder’s Justice League…

Three Types of HVAC System for Home

There are numerous HVAC systems utilized; one of them is Mitch Craig heating and cooling in Louisville KY within the house. There are a number of differences within each large unit. A few furnace systems have features with house cooling tools, &…

5 Reasons to Attend the University Of Alabama

Making a decision on which college university to attend for higher studies is really challenging. Various factors need to be considered before filling out an application and applying for the admissions. The biggest confusion that arises in our minds once…

How to Clean Your Home Carpets for the spring

Spring will be here once the winter is gone. You need to breathe in the fresh air and enjoy pleasant atmospheres at home. It comes when you have clean surroundings, especially the carpets. The ideal way out is to hire…

The Impact of COVID-19 on the Chemical Companies so far

In view of the core position of the chemical industry in the global economy, the industry has fully felt the impact of 2019 coronavirus disease, although some industries have been more affected than others. We analyzed who is the winner…

Review: Bloodlands By James Nesbitt, Lorcan Cranitch

British crime drama series Bloodlands, which stars James Nesbitt and comes from Bodyguard creator Jed Mercurio, has been renewed for a second season by the BBC. This comes after the four-part show became the British public broadcaster’s biggest drama launch…

Review: Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal By Chris Smith

Pop quiz: Name the mastermind behind the 2019 college bribery conspiracy that sent the actors Felicity Huffman and Lori Laughlin to prison. Answer: William Singer (also known as Rick), the serial fabulist who guaranteed he could get any kid into…