Love Life starts off so slowly I almost stopped watching. But by about episode 3 or 4 things started to have meaning. My first impression was it was one of those annoying angsty stories about getting dumped. By the end of season 1, Love Life delivered. A second season is already approved at HBO Max.Continue reading “Love Life Digs into Love and Life”
Modern Love lets you sit with several New Yorkers as they figure out how to love and be loved in a city that can feel pretty lonely for some.
The stories are heartwarming and sweet. Not all are romantic love stories about about men and women who fall in love, however. Modern Love attempts to show you several kinds of love.Continue reading “Review: Modern Love, season 1”
Short Term 12 is an absolutely brilliant film from 2013 starring Brie Larson and John Gallagher Jr. If you haven’t seen it, I urge you to look for it on Amazon Video or one of your favorite streamers and give it a watch.Continue reading “Review: Short Term 12”
There are many forms of cruelty. The self-righteous Christian cruelty that spouts slogans like “Jesus loves you” while making you hate yourself for being yourself is the topic of The Miseducation of Cameron Post.Continue reading “Review: The Miseducation of Cameron Post”
Thirteen year old Sadie obsesses over her father’s deployment and dreams and writes about “violent stuff.” This promising film was written and directed by Megan Griffiths. Continue reading “Watch This: Trailer for Sadie”
Peppermint brings Jennifer Garner back to a role reminiscent of her beginnings in Alias and Daredevil. She’s armed and she’s out for revenge. Continue reading “Watch This: Trailer for Peppermint”