Review: Sense8 Finale “Amor Vincit Omnia”
Sense8 came back with a 2 1/2 hour finale Amor Vincit Omnia or Love Conquers All that was a love letter to the fans and a glorious exit for a sprawling, heart-filled series about true connection.
10 Great TV Series Directed Wholly or Partly by Women from 2017
My standard disclaimer about top 10 end of year lists: there are many things I don’t see on TV because I don’t have the right channels or subscriptions. If I overlook your favorite, that may be why. Here are the best TV shows I saw in 2017 (even if they weren’t released in 2017).
I keep stumbling onto movies with Sense8’s Max Riemelt. Amnesia is one of those. Amnesia is set on the glorious island of Ibiza, which is as much a character in the story as the people.
Review: Berlin Syndrome
Berlin Syndrome is an Australian thriller about a Australian photographer who heads to Berlin on her own and meets exactly the wrong guy.
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.
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.
Watch This: Trailer for the Sense8 Christmas Special
Sense8 won’t air season 2 until May 2017, but we get a 2 hour Christmas special to hold us over. The special will air on Netflix beginning on December 23.
Women Led Media Dominate the GLAAD Awards Nominations
The GLAAD Media Awards recognize and honor media for their fair, accurate and inclusive representations of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community and the issues that affect their lives. This year the major nominations feature many women led films and series with either lesbian or female transgender characters helming the lead roles.
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.