Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Review: Normal People

Normal People is the country’s new lockdown binge of the month. Spanning twelve episodes, at less than half an hour each, BBC Three’s adaptation...

Review: Becoming

"Totally me, unplugged, for the first time." Becoming narrates former United States First Lady, Michelle Obama’s life in the two years after she and her...

Review: Extraction

Extraction is set in modern day India and Bangladesh. The son of India’s biggest drug lord, Ovi Mahajan (Rudhraksh Jaiswal), is kidnapped by Bangladesh’s...

Review: Star Wars – The Clone Wars S7

“Every choice made, has led to this.”  After the final feature-length installment in the Skywalker saga The Rise of Skywalker, Disney+ returns the audience to...

Review: After Life – S2

After Life follows Tony’s (Ricky Gervais) movements through the seven stages of grief. Season One was anger, and Season Two is depression - so,...

Review: Freud – S1

Freud is a new Netflix Original series which tells the story of ambiguous psychotherapist Sigmund Freud. A series of mysterious murders in Vienna induces...

Review: The Main Event

The Main Event follows the dreams and aspirations of 11-year-old Leo Thompson (Seith Carr) who wants to be a successful pro wrestler. However, he...

Review: Quiz

Most people have at least heard about the story of Major Charles Ingram on the hit ITV show, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire...

Review: Tiger King

As zoom meetings rage across the country, cramped indoor exercise classes flourish and inspired crafting sessions take a turn for the worst; there may...

Review: Sunderland 'til I Die S2

On a river where they used to build a boat… Sunderland ‘til I Die season 2 continues a story of the once great Sunderland AFC and...

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