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The Wheel of Time 2021 Tv Series Review

STORY: The series is based on Robert Jordan’s 14-volume fantasy series of the same name, the first of which was published in 1990 and the last in 2013. The first season of the show centres around Moiraine (Rosamund Pike) —…

Harlem 2021 Tv Series Review

As anthropology professor Camille (Meagan Good) puts it, the beginning of winter signals the beginning of a season full of giant sweaters, seasonal lattes, and the irrepressible urge to burrow at home in as cozy a fashion as possible. While…

Arcane 2021 tv series Review

Vi bounces her leg when she’s nervous. It’s something she does throughout the first four episodes of Arcane, the Netflix series based on League of Legends lore, and it’s a tiny yet charming habit. Vi’s leg shakes up and down…

Santa Inc. 2021 Tv Series Review

Christmas is big business for TV; the content mill of light romantic comedies set around the holidays and celebrity-driven specials has come to make December feel, at moments, like a forced march of glee. In all, though, Christmas entertainment of…

Hawkeye 2021 Tv Series Review

For more than a decade, Jeremy Renner’s Clint Barton, aka “Hawkeye,” has been the odd man out in the Avengers squad. Now, he’s getting his own television series that both eschews the straightforward superhero script and looks exactly like what…

Yellowjackets 2021 Review – Teen Girls, Cannibalism, and Dark Secrets Captivate in Showtime Drama

“Yellowjackets” is a series you might think you’ve seen before. Feature films like “Alive” and “Lord of the Flies” have shown what happens when people, especially children, are stranded in an isolated location and turn to the darker side of…

Always Jane 2021 Tv Series Review

In the fourth and final episode of Prime Video’s Always Jane, a professor at the School of Visual Arts makes her pitch to Jane Noury, a prospective student with an interest in cinematography. “You will be encouraged to communicate with…

Love Never Lies [Amor con fianza] 2021 Tv Series Review

Netflix Spain launches today, Thursday, November 11, for the whole world ‘Amor con bail’ , its second reality show. After ‘Insiders’ , the video on demand platform continues to explore the world of entertainment with new offers to continue being…

Ragdoll 2021 Tv Series Review

Lucy Hale‘s new AMC+ thriller Ragdoll is exactly the kind of nightmare fodder that would keep Aria Montgomery — or any of Hale’s previous TV characters — up at night. And that’s kind of the point. “I knew that when…

Red Notice 2021 Movie Review

Red Notice will be writer-director Rawson Marshall Thurber’s third action film collaboration with his star of choice, Dwayne Johnson. And although this latest offering follows the familiar heist movie formula, the recognizable narrative patterns in all Thurber/Johnson collaborations are becoming…

Eternals 2021 Movie Review

“Eternals” is a movie that is loaded with actors and different ideas.  Our Critic:  Yet, Eternals is a blockbuster movie but the story is not so good. There is great work done on the animations and the action scenes. But,…

My Hero Academia: World Heroes’ Mission 2021 Movie Review

By now, fans should know the drill about a new My Hero Academia movie. No matter how exciting or surprising it is, it has zero repercussions for the larger story and is forgotten as soon as the next episode airs….

Antlers 2021 Movie Review – Horror Film

The first look clip for Searchlight Pictures’ Antlers is out, featuring some creepy creature action from director Scott Cooper (Crazy Heart, Out of the Furnace, Black Mass and Hostiles) and horror maestro Guillermo del Toro. In an isolated Oregon town,…

Guilty Party 2021 Tv Series Review

In its second episode, “Guilty Party” attempts to pull a neat little meta trick of admitting its own wrongs through the mouth of a skeptical character. As disgraced journalist Beth (Kate Beckinsale) pitches a story about Toni (Jules Latimer), a…

Casamento às Cegas: Brasil 2021 Tv Movie Review

With a presentation by Camila Queiroz and Klebber Toledo, “Casamento à Cegas”, one of the most talked about realities on Netflix won its Brazilian version with its premiere on Wednesday (6). The attraction of relationships doesn’t prioritize appearance, at least…

Convergence: Courage in a Crisis 2021 Movie Review

It’s all about having Convergence: Courage in a Crisis. It is a documentary film followed by the plot of a story, set in the time era of covid-19 and its vulnerabilities across the whole world… It’s about those unsung heroes…

Bright: Samurai Soul 2021 Movie Review

WhenWhen Netflix first announced an anime spinoff of its 2017 Will Smith urban fantasy Bright, fans of the streaming service reacted with a mixture of bafflement and cautious optimism. Critics savaged the original Bright, a dour, misshapen movie that invents…

The King’s Affection 2021 TV Series Review

On October 9, KBS2TV unveiled new stills for the awaited series ‘The King’s Affection’ and the fans are already in love with the pair! The stills show their chemistry even when Park Eun Bin is dressed as a princess or…

Dopesick 2021 Tv Mini Series Review – HULU Original

Dopesick begins with multiple beginnings. In 1996, Richard Sackler (Michael Stuhlbarg), having sunk millions of his family’s money into the development of OxyContin, begins pushing Purdue Pharma to triple its salesforce to ensure the pill’s success. Newly hired sales rep…

Fever Dream 2021 Movie Review – Netflix

“Fever dream” has lately become an overused term in film marketing and criticism alike, often generically applied to anything faintly strange or surreal with fractured storytelling trickery and a lick of gauzy ambience. As a title for the latest feature…

Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It 2021 Movie Review

The dive into facets of the trailblazing Latina provides a fascinating and heartbreaking perspective on an actress wanting her chance at success and the abuses of the industry she faced on the unabashed Rita Moreno: A Girl Who Just Decided…