I’m enjoying The Mary Sue’s series of posts they call an Orphan Black science recap. Casey Griffin and Nina Nesseth write these posts, in which they discuss the science aspects of a particular episode. Continue reading “Breaking Down Some Crazy Science with Orphan Black”
The British comedy series Absolutely Fabulous is now a movie. It will open in theaters the US on July 22. Be ready to go, sweetie darling.
Absolutely Fabulous reunites Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley as the iconic Edina and Patsy along with the rest of the original cast that includes Julia Sawalha as Saffy, Jane Horrocks as Bubble and June Whitfield as Mother. Continue reading “Watch This: Trailer for Absolutely Fabulous the Movie”
Orphan Black gets creepy in “The Stigmata of Progress.” Sarah tries to figure out what’s implanted in her cheek, Felix has big news, the Hendrixes go on an archeological dig, Kira sees strange visions, and Rachel is back in operation.
Spoilers ahead. Continue reading “Orphan Black: S4 E3 The Stigmata of Progress”
Australian writer and director Louise Wadley brings us All About E, a story about an Arabic-Australian woman and her efforts to figure out her life. This effort includes losing love because of being closeted to her family, having lots of sex as a very cool DJ, absconding with a bag of money for a long road trip from Sydney to Wollongong, and finding love again.
Spoilers ahead. Continue reading “Review: All About E”
Maggie’s Plan has a great cast, a female writer and director, and a plot idea that seems original in concept.
Here’s the plot synopsis: Continue reading “Watch This: Trailer for Maggie’s Plan”
Echo Park is Sophia’s (Mamie Gummer) story. We find her at a point in her life when she questions everything, she shakes up everything, and she turns a 180 on the way she’s been living.
There are spoilers ahead. Continue reading “Review: Echo Park”
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt season 2 has 13 short episodes of the same madcap buffoonery we saw in season 1. It does move the story along and show character growth and some hidden depths. You must dig through the comedy to find the message, however.
There are spoilers ahead. Continue reading “Review: Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 2”
I never thought I’d see Confirmation since I don’t have HBO, but Dish had a promotion going to get people to watch HBO and Showtime all weekend. The only thing I wanted to see on HBO was Kerry Washington as Anita Hill in the film Confirmation.
Continue reading “Review: Confirmation, with a dash of Lemonade”