Director Clea DuVall wanted to make a classic holiday romcom with lesbian characters and I think she succeeded admirably in Happiest Season. This film will bring on the twinkly lights, the Santas, and the love and good cheer for many holiday seasons to come. You can see it on Hulu.Continue reading “Review: Happiest Season”
Tales of the City was revived in 2019 from the stories by Armistead Maupin. Lauren Morelli is the creator behind the new series, which I found to be very much a series of right now. Contemporary.Continue reading “Tales of the City, 2019 style”
This and that about a few TV shows: a brain dump. This week I’m thinking about musical crossovers, hidden slavery in America, the ratio of Beals to violence, and the criminal justice system. Continue reading “Brain Dump: Supergirl & The Flash, American Crime, Taken, Shots Fired”
In the last 3 days, I watched two films directed by Denis Villeneuve. Both have a female protagonist. Both are excellent. The two are very different stories, but are alike because the female actor gives an outstanding performance. In this post I’ll review Sicario starring Emily Blunt. The other Villeneuve film I recently reviewed is Arrival. There are spoilers ahead. Continue reading “Review: Sicario”
The ratio of male to female characters in DC’s Legends of Tomorrow is not to my liking. Because if that, I’ve pretty much ignored any news about the upcoming series on the CW. However, last week something caught my eye that made me think some of my readers here might be interested in the series.
First of all, let’s look at the male to female ratio on this superhero show. Continue reading “Watch This: A Look at DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”