Miss Americana

This documentary on Taylor Swift came out almost two years ago. I just watched it for the first time on Netflix yesterday. I decided to give it a chance because I have heard a lot of people saying that they were not a fan of Swift and the documentary changed that because it humanized her.Continue reading “Miss Americana”

Don’t Look Up

I was looking forward to watching this movie since it was announced around a year ago. The cast alone is intriguing, but the concept and satire promised from the trailers and the promotional videos got me even more excited. However, I was severely let down by its execution. While it clearly makes a very necessaryContinue reading “Don’t Look Up”

Enola Holmes (2020)

Lord Tewkesbury’s full name is quite a mouth-full, but this movie was underwhelming, to say the least. Starring: Millie Bobby Brown, Sam Claflin, Henry Cavill, Helena Bodham Carter, and more, Enola Holmes (2020) had a lot of hype surrounding it. As a fan of Sherlock Holmes and mystery films, I was looking forward to thisContinue reading “Enola Holmes (2020)”

The Devil All The Time

One of the most anticipated movies of the year came out a few days ago. Like most mainstream films, I started off very skeptical. Popular movies tend to lack depth and have regurgitated story lines that have been seen many times before. However, I was pleasantly surprised by The Devil All The Time (2020). TheContinue reading “The Devil All The Time”

Pete Davidson: Alive from New York

Netflix often has comedy specials from established comedians, or new talent that is just getting started. I watch SNL regularly, so I was aware that Pete Davidson had a new special on Netflix. I figured I would watch it eventually, and today I did. This is what I thought of his comedy special, called PeteContinue reading “Pete Davidson: Alive from New York”