Jett is an action thriller starring Carla Gugino as a master thief. After a stint in prison, she finds herself in a dangerous situation. The series was made for Cinemax but is now available on HBO Max. Season 1 ended just before the pandemic hit, and the series has not been renewed for a second season. A horrific cliffhanger at the end of the season makes the nonrenewal a problem.Continue reading “Jett, with Carla Gugino, brings action and excitement”
Unpregnant puts two teenage old friends on a comedic road trip because one of them needs to be unpregnant. It’s an adventure about making your own decisions, being true to your friends, and facing up to who you are. It’s an HBO Max original. Beware the spoilers.Continue reading “Review: Unpregnant”
The Mandalorian on Disney+ is part of the Star Wars universe. Many people wear the title Mandalorian. They are bounty hunters with a code that doesn’t allow them to ever remove their helmets.Continue reading “Review: The Mandalorian, season 1”
Dear White People, vol. 3, continues to make fun of modern life with its racial problems and insane politics. It even makes fun of the show itself. It’s fresh, funny, brutally pointed and honest. As with previous seasons, I completely recommend this series.Continue reading “Review: Dear White People, Vol. 3”
Okja is both heartwarming and heartbreaking. A young Korean girl and her friend the super pig Okja win our hearts. Into their charmed existence in the serene mountains comes the horror of the meat producing business.
Money Monster has Hollywood’s biggest stars in its cast. Starring George Clooney and Julia Roberts and directed by Jodie Foster, it’s sure to get plenty of attention just for pedigree. Continue reading “Watch This: Trailer for Money Monster with Julia Roberts and George Clooney”
The Get Down sounds like the origin story for Empire. A rag tag group of teenagers run wild in the streets of the South Bronx in the late 70’s. The series is described as “a mythic saga of how New York at the brink of bankruptcy gave birth to hip-hop, punk and disco.”
The 13 episode series is created by Baz Luhrmann with Shawn Ryan producing. It will premier on Netflix in 2016. Continue reading “The Get Down Coming to Netflix in 2016”