Month: September 2021

Je Suis Karl 2021 Movie Review

It all starts with Ines (Melanie Fouche, 44) and Alex Baier (Milan Peschel, 53), who are a committed couple. They drive across the border to Budapest and illegally bring the refugee Yusuf (Aziz Dyab, 26) to Berlin, hidden in the…

Confessions of an Invisible Girl [Confissões de uma Garota Excluída] 2021 Movie Review

The Confessions of an Invisible Girl Release Date Australia has is September 22 2021. The show will be available to watch on Netflix. While you’re here… While you wait for this to come out, would you like a 14 day…

Our Kind of People 2021 Tv Series Review

WHAT IT’S ABOUT Single mom Angela Vaughn (Yaya DaCosta) has arrived in Oak Bluffs — an exclusive century-old enclave of Black wealth and privilege on Martha’s Vineyard — to start a hair care business. But first, she needs a story…

FBI: International 2021 Tv Series Review

Fun fact: The Federal Bureau of Investigation has 93 units embedded in embassies, military bases and other sites around the world. Producer Dick Wolf’s third iteration of his FBI franchise focuses on one specific international unit: the mobile Fly Team,…

Ordinary Joe 2021 TV Series Review

For many, present company included, tales of alternate realities contain an undeniable hook to them. As people, after all, we start with so many choices to make, so many avenues to pursue. Sometimes, no matter how happy you might be,…

NCIS: Hawai’i 2021 Tv Series Review

TV Line described the character, who is a single mother, as a “keen” investigator who is familiar with a crime scene or two, and the bureau politics that comes with the job. If you want visual proof of just how…

Y: The Last Man 2021 Tv Series Review

It’s been a long road for Yorick and the rest of the characters in Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s graphic novel “Y: The Last Man.” Initially planned as a feature film in the 2010s, the source material pivoted to…

Best Sellers 2021 Movie Review

At 88, Michael Caine has reached a stature where he can make just about any material play like King Lear raging on the heath. He doesn’t need the work; he needs to work, to keep the fires burning. He seems…

Blue Bayou 2021 Movie Review

“Blue Bayou” opens on a close-up of Antonio LeBlanc (played by the writer and director, Justin Chon) interviewing for a job. Born in South Korea and raised from a child by adoptive parents in Louisiana, Antonio needs to supplement his…

Copshop 2021 Movie Review

Director Joe Carnahan’s latest high-energy actioner easily fulfills the genre’s requirements of blood, guts, bullets and octane, to reference the title of the director’s first film. Copshop delivers an ultraviolent game of cat-and-mouse between a ruthless hired killer and his…

Lady of the Manor 2021 Movie Review

Though Lady of the Manor, written and directed by brothers Justin Long and Christian Long, centers on the meeting of a Reconstruction-era ghost (Judy Greer) and a modern-day pothead (Melanie Lynskey), that’s not the most surprising thing about it. No,…

Prisoners of the Ghostland 2021 Movie Review

With hindsight, we should have known that a collaboration between Nicolas Cage and the dashingly eccentric Japanese filmmaker Sion Sono was only a matter of time. Yet now that “Prisoners of the Ghostland” is here, it seems equally apparent that…

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie 2021 Movie Review

This big-hearted musical comedy started life on the stage in 2017 – and 10 years before that as a TV documentary about the true story of gay teenager Jamie Campbell, whose dream was to be a drag queen. The broad…

The Eyes of Tammy Faye 2021 Movie Review

Back in 2011, the sudden ubiquity of Jessica Chastain – from small-screen blink-and-misses to big-screen “oh her again” hits – meant that doors that had previously been closed were now opening, a relative embarrassment of riches for an actor breaking…

Cry Macho 2021 Movie Review

In a world so impatient that people have started to whine about the injustice of movies playing in theaters for a few weeks before they (finally!) become available to watch at home, Clint Eastwood has spent the last 33 years…

The Premise 2021 TV Series Review

Living in the modern world is hell. That’s the point made, over and over, in the new anthology series “The Premise,” an FX on Hulu original. This show’s five half-hour vignettes, each written or co-written by show creator (and former…

Squid Game 2021 Tv Series Review

Squid Game, the new Korean survival drama from Netflix, has been more than a decade in the making. Director Hwang Dong-hyuk (The Fortress, Miss Granny) first came up with the idea for the compelling new programme 13 years ago, taking…

The Father Who Moves Mountains[Tata muta muntii] 2021 Movie Review

Worried about your kid? which movie is good for your kid?. To know more details about The Father Who Moves Mountains Parents Guide movie just read the full article and it will help you to know about movie age rating….

Chicago Party Aunt 2021 Tv Series Review

The Chicago Party Aunt, a wild, booze-drinking fictional character who emerged on Twitter years ago, is making her animated debut in a new Netflix series. “Chicago Party Aunt,” which starts streaming Friday, follows the adventures of Diane Dunbrowski, the boisterous…

Schumacher 2021 Movie Review Netflix

He’s one of the most successful sports figures in history, but few know much about the man inside the car. In Schumacher, a new documentary film debuting on Netflix, we get a rare private look inside the life and career…

Review: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe 2021 TV Series

Mattel’s He-Man is back in vogue. Less than two months after Masters of the Universe: Revelation (Netflix’s fantastic all-ages sequel to the 1980s series), the streaming service has come out with yet another reboot, the CG-animated He-Man and the Masters…

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