CODA, a masterpiece
CODA is emotional, touching, authentic, and moving. It’s a masterpiece of filmmaking from writer and director Sian Heder. CODA means Child of Deaf Adults. It’s a coming of age story for a hearing 17 year old girl whose mother, father, and big brother are deaf. It’s in theaters and streaming on Apple TV+.
Revisiting Limetown after season 1 ended
I wrote about Limetown after seeing only the first 4 episodes of this Facebook Watch series. Now I’ve seen all of the first season and wanted to update some thoughts on the series.
Brain Dump: The Collection, Shots Fired, Switched at Birth
Time for a brain dump: scattered thoughts about random TV shows. These things made an impression lately. I was bored by high fashion, impressed by a gritty look at American policing, and sad to see an old favorite say goodbye.
Cosmos: Pickerings Computers from “Sisters of the Sun”
The “Sisters of the Sun” episode of Cosmos featured stories about female scientists who helped us understand the composition and classification of stars.
The L Word Opening Credits (Season Six)
The idea is that you can get everything you need to know about an episode of The L Word from just the opening credits. If you know who was in an episode, you can remember what happened, right? Well, that’s my contention and I’m here to bring you the recap of final season of The […]
The L Word Opening Credits (Season Five)
Recapping season 5 of The L Word using nothing to tell the story but the opening credits. That’s what’s happening right here.
The L Word Opening Credits (Season Four)
This is part four of a series of posts that recap The L Word based solely on what you learn by watching the opening credits. We are ready to take on Season 4.
Must Watch Show: Switched at Birth Renewed for a 3rd Season
Switched at Birth on ABC Family is a terrific series. The announcement came this week that it’s renewed for a 3rd season. I originally watched because I’m a Marlee Matlin fan and like shows that feature sign language, but I quickly got caught up in the story and interested in the characters.