A few words regarding Lady Gaga’s documentary that premiered on Netflix in 2017 – after her monumental half-time show at the Super Bowl LI.Read More Telling them how they feel (girl) in Gaga’s Five Foot Two
A few thoughts on the Oscar nominated Best Picture nominee and Fincher passion project – Mank.Read More Fincher’s flawed perfection in Mank
The second feature by Amy Poehler premiers on Netflix, now focusing on a introvert turned outspoken anon.Read More For its teen rebel spirit, Amy Poehler has Moxie!
The documentary directed and co-written by Rachel Mason, whose childhood was defined by the profession of her parents who owned a highly influential bookstore in the 70’s and 80’s. Still streaming on Netflix.Read More The most wholesome smut lies in Circus of Books
Netflix’s limited series debuts before Halloween, in a strangely captivating story of chess, abandonment and addiction. Review based upon the first four episodes, light spoilers ahead.Read More In a game set in black and white: enter in The Queen’s Gambit
The new addition to the Holmes’ family, as well as the Netflix one. A few words about the latest mystery adventure.Read More Saying no to patriarchy in the non-Doyle tale: Enola Holmes
Originally premiering on Netflix in May 2019, When They See Us is a true life story recreated for the screen by Academy Award nominated director Ava DuVernay. It depicts the tragic and real proceedings of the 1989 Central Park Five case…Read More When They See Us is essential viewing – a brief review
In summary, see below;Read More 2020 Oscar Nominations; a few sentences of who, what and why
After a promised year of sequels, 2018 proved to be a exciting year of low-key independent dramas, epic superhero movies and a modest attempt to increase inclusion within the industry.Read More Thanos, Freddie Mercury, Elastigirl and why representation matters, this is the worst and best movies of 2018…
A review of the Netflix drama Alex Strangelove, starring Daniel Doheny as the title character.Read More A worthy predecessor or a happy companion to Love, Simon; how does Netflix’s Alex Strangelove hold up?