Changes made to the books help the story and make for a more cohesive story as the Crows and Alina’s story is combined again. The Crows steal the season with stronger writing while Alina’s can sometimes stall but is helped by the addition of Nikolai. … Read More Shadow and Bone season 2 review: Saved by Crows
Instead of focusing on more interesting characters, the second part of this season feels lost and confused. Instead of developing a cohesive plot, the second part of this season focuses on all the wrong things and makes it a drag to watch. … Read More You season 4, part 2: A Wasted Potential
You knows it is not praised for its acting talents (except for Badgley) or its plot but it knows what it is, unashamedly so and can be fun to watch. There is enough of an interesting concept to keep you hooked and enough silliness to not take it too seriously. … Read More You season 4: Kill the Rich
Has Julia Quinn’s website accidently leaked the running order for future seasons of Bridgerton?… Read More Bridgerton running order leaked!
When the show focuses on the mystery of Georgia Miller’s past and just how far she will go to protect those she cares for, it makes for interesting TV. Unfortunately, a lot of time is wasted on teenage angst that will have you thankful for the skip button. The show is stronger when it focuses on the mystery and suspenseful aspects of the series. Brianne Howey delivers another great performance, amplified by Aaron Ashmore’s entrance into the series.
Trigger Warning: contains themes of self harm and domestic abuse.
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Treason lets the action take a backseat in favour of the personal drama to propel the story, and rarely mixes. It is an exciting series with a refreshing take, but the stakes and danger takes too much of a backseat. Cox and Kurylenko have great chemistry and it is an entertaining watch without too much thought going into it.… Read More Treason review: A spy thriller with no stakes
The third season of Emily in Paris is off to a stale start. From reused and overused plots and the only good characters side-lined, the third season is not even good rubbish TV. Every character is either fighting each other or involved in their own love triangle. … Read More A French Disaster: Emily in Paris review
Jenna Ortega is the perfect Wednesday Addams and is accompanied by strong characters and performances. Visually, stunning with a plot and intrigue that propels the story forward despite some subplot getting lost. Ortega commands the screen flawlessly. … Read More Wednesday review: You Reap what You Woe
A new era dawns in the 90s. Political turbulence of the British public questioning the monarchy’s worth, the House of Windsor’s infighting, season five shows the start of public favour fading that remains relevant in the current political and royal climate.… Read More Marriages & the Monarchy
Blockbuster lacks comedy, likeable characters, and anything interesting. Every character is miserable. Somebody should inform the writers it is a comedy; every episode takes effort to remind how bad the characters’ lives are without any semblance of humour to give one laugh or semblance of a smile. For the MVC, as harsh as it sounds, goes to the end credits for providing the one bit of happiness: that the series ended. … Read More Netflix destroys Blockbuster (again)