Bo Burnham’s “Inside” – A Review

Bo Burnham "Inside" courtesy Netflix

The thing to understand about Bo Burnham’s Netflix special, “Inside”, is that the songs by themselves stand up as a fantastic body of work all on their own. They’re catchy, clever, well written, funny, and have a high replay factor.

“Squid Game” Shows Americans Want More Diverse Asian Representation

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“Squid Game” (2021, Hwang Dong-hyuk) is a Netflix original series that has recently taken the world by storm, and for good reason.

Netflix adds the new anime thriller “Nightmare of the Wolf” to its Witcher franchise

Vesemir fending off "leshen" beasts in "Nightmare of the Wolf" courtesy Netflix

“Nightmare of the Wolf” takes place well before the events of the first season of “The Witcher,” starring Henry Cavill as Geralt, the stern silver-haired dual-blade wielding hero.

Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings: Hollywood Asians of a Different Color

Shang Chi (Simu Lui) and Katy (Awkwafina) fighting a member of the Ten Rings on a bus.

The newest entry to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, “Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings” is another delight from Marvel Studios. Fantastic cinematography and an emphasis on beautiful visuals make this film stand out.

“Falcon and the Winter Soldier” Take On Social Justice

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WARNING this article contains spoilers.

"Raya and The Last Dragon": The Disney Movie that Got Away

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When Disney first announced “Raya and the Last Dragon” in 2019, avid princess movie fans were stoked, to say the least. Not only were we getting another strong princess trope, but it was another Disney movie set in Asia!

“WandaVision” Kicks off Next Phase of the Marvel Cinematic Universe

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SPOILER ALERT! This review will contain spoilers for some aspects of WandaVision, so read at your own risk.


Utopia courtesy Amazon Prime

Amazon Prime’s “Utopia” (2020) is an intense power ride from beginning to end. The quick pacing of the plot with even more sinister underlying issues looming beneath work in its favor.

Sitcoms: What we should stop binging and what we should start

I Love Lucy courtesy CBS

Since the 1950’s, the situation comedy has been one of the most popular forms of television.


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