Reviews of movies and TV focused on women

Tag: Freema Agyeman

  • Why am I still watching this stuff?

    Why am I still watching this stuff?

    I’ve abandoned many a show midseason when I didn’t like it, but I want to talk about 3 shows I’m still watching in spite of thinking I’m bored or upset every time I see one. They are The Morning Show, Y: The Last Man, and New Amsterdam.

  • Brain Dump: New Amsterdam, The Gifted, Manifest

    Brain Dump: New Amsterdam, The Gifted, Manifest

    The fall TV season started this week and it’s time for a few short pot shots at new and returning shows. Comments will include New Amsterdam, The Gifted, and Manifest. A couple of really short comments about this and that may get tacked on, too.

  • Review: Sense8, season 2

    Review: Sense8, season 2

    Sense8 season 2 continues with brilliant writing, lots of danger and excitement, touching love stories, and stirring acts of courage. This is a review of season 2 with some spoilers.

  • Watch This: Trailer for Sense8 season 2

    Watch This: Trailer for Sense8 season 2

    Sense8 season 2, which began last December with a Christmas special, will drop 10 more episodes on Netflix on May 5.

  • Sense8 E2.1 A Christmas Special

    Sense8 E2.1 A Christmas Special

    The two hour Sense8 Christmas special takes us on a tour of the lives of the 8 characters since the big blow up in Iceland and since Will (Brian J. Smith) looked into Mr. Whisper’s (Terrence Mann) eyes.

  • Review: Sense8, season 1

    Review: Sense8, season 1

    Sense8 is a Netflix original created, written and directed by J. Michael Straczynski, Andy Wachowski and Lana Wachowski, among others. It’s strange and disjointed and hard to grasp at first, but it’s also fascinating and intriguing and compelling. The series is an ambitious attempt at epic storytelling. Spoilers ahead.