Onward is directed by Dan Scanlon and it is the story of two brothers, Ian and Barley. When Ian gets to his 16th birthday, his mother gives him and his brother a gift from their deceased father, a spell which can revive him for a single day. When the spell goes in an unexpected direction, … Continue reading A Quest As Magical As It Is Emotional-eth | Onward REVIEW!
Longtime partners Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan return to give us "Hollywood", a miniseries about Tinseltown, post World War II. We follow a great set of characters as they embark on a journey to follow their dreams and make it in this crazy town. The show stars an ensemble cast featuring David Corenswet, Jeremy Pope, … Continue reading Representation Gets The Green Light in Netflix’s Hollywood | REVIEW!
Trolls World Tour is directed by Walt Dohrn and it is the sequel to Trolls. Set after the events of that movie, we follow Poppy who is now Queen and Branch as they set off an adventure to learn about the other musical trolls and unite them. Unfortunately, Queen Barb of the Rock Trolls is … Continue reading A Surprisingly Great Quarantine Movie | Trolls World Tour REVIEW!
With the lack of movies in light of recent events, it only makes sense that a ton of people are gravitating towards television. My latest reviews mostly consist of season reviews and this was supposed to go up at the end of May where by then I would have binged two to other shows and … Continue reading Never Have I Ever S1 / Little Fires Everywhere DUAL REVIEW!
Today is a very special day in the Star Wars universe, it is officially Star Wars Day, May the Fourth! With the entire Skywalker Saga coming to Disney Plus anywhere it's available, I thought it would be fun to look back on all of the Star Wars movies and rank them. Also, since the franchise … Continue reading Ranking All 12 Star Wars Movies! #MayThe4th