The Normal Heart

In 1985, an autobiographical play titled, “The Normal Heart” opened to the public. Based on Larry Kramer’s activism on gay rights during The AIDS Epidemic, the story focuses on Ned Weeks attempting to raise AIDS awareness during The Early 80s. The Normal Heart earned critical acclaim from critics and audience members alike. Three Decades Later, […]

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Mare Of Easttown

Mare Of Easttown is currently streaming on HBO Max. It received critical acclaim from critics and streamers alike. There are two reasons why I watched Mare Of Easttown. One, Kate Winslet will co-star in James Cameron’s upcoming “Avatar” sequel. Second, Evan Peters has a role in American Horror Story’s tenth season. One more thing, a […]

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Grey Gardens (2009)

“Grey Gardens” aired on HBO in 2009. (same year The Hangover came out) It received universal acclaim from critics and viewers alike. Grey Gardens became an eligible nominee at “The Primetime Emmy Awards,” “Screen Actors Guild” & “The Golden Globes.” Both Drew Barrymore & Jessica Lange earned their awards. I first heard of this movie […]

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Godzilla VS. Kong (2021)

To paraphrase Lex Luthor’s line from 2016’s Cinematic disappointment know as “Batman VS. Superman.” “The greatest gladiator match in the history of Kaiju. God VS. King, Dinosaur VS. Ape, The King Of Monsters VS. The King Of Skull Island. I’m obviously referring to “Godzilla VS. Kong.” Godzilla VS. Kong is currently out in theaters and […]

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Zack Snyder’s Justice League

Zack Snyder’s Justice League is currently streaming on HBO Max. Unlike the theatrical cut, The Snyder Cut received positive reviews from critics, fans and streamers alike. As you may know, may fans demanded Zack Snyder’s cut under the hashtag #ReleaseTheSnyderCut after they saw Joss Whedon’s reshoots butchered Zack’s movie behind his back when he was […]

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The Flight Attendant: Season 1

In 2018, author Chris Bohjalian published a book called, “The Flight Attendant.” The book is about the titular character who wakes up with no memory after a boozy hangover/one-night stand with one of her passengers. She discovers a dead body of the same passenger from last night. Desperate to get out of a predicament, she […]

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The Undoing

The Undoing officially aired on HBO and streamed on HBO Max in 2020. It received positive reviews from cringes and viewers alike. The Undoing became an eligible nominee at the upcoming Golden Globes & Screen Actors Guild (SAG for short) Awards. Before The Golden Globes & SAG Awards will air on February 28th & April […]

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I Know This Much Is True

In 1998, author Wally Lamb published a novel titled, “I Know This Much Is True.” Two Decades Later, HBO adapted the book as a six part mini-series starring Mark Ruffalo. I Know This Much Is True officially aired in 2020 around the same year “The Alienist: The Angel Of Darkness” streamed on HBO Max. It […]

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Wonder Woman 1984

In 2017, “Wonder Woman” starring Gal Gadot as the titular character, was released in theaters worldwide. It received positive reactions from critics, fans and movie goers alike. It became the first film in “DC Extended Universe” (DCEU for short) to earn good reception. A solo sequel titled, “Wonder Woman 1984” was in the works with […]

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McMillions

In August 2001, a month before 9/11, The F.B.I. apprehend a man under the alias, “Uncle Jerry” responsible for organizing a $24 million scam involving McDonald’s Monopoly with ties to The Mafia. Nineteen Years Later, a documentary on HBO uncovers the multi-million dollar scheme. The documentary I’m referring to is none other than “McMillions.” McMillions […]

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Beware The Slender Man

In 2009, participating in a photoshop contest, a website known as “Creepypasta,” created a character named, “Slender Man.” He’s described as a tall, pale, faceless man wearing a dark suit. When a photo of Slender Man went viral, the mythology of the character was expanded upon a YouTube series “Marble Hornets,” a video game “Slender: […]

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Euphoria: Season 1

Hello my fellow movie goers and television viewers from across the globe! Today’s review centers around a recent hit show on HBO about a teenage girl named Rue, recently leaves rehab, relapses into drug addition and befriends a new girl named, Jules. Besides Rue, other characters also have their own subplot. The premise I’m referring […]

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Big Little Lies: Season 2

After HBO aired “Big Little Lies” (based on the novel of the same name by Liane Moriarty) in February 2017, the show earned critical acclaim from critics and viewers alike. It went on to win numerous awards at “The 75th Golden Globe Awards,” “The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards” & “The 24th Screen Actors Guild Awards” […]

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The Sopranos: Season 2

After the first season of “The Sopranos aired in 1999 & went on to earn numerous awards, David Chase worked on another season set after the events of Season 1 with The Cast reprising their roles. It took a year to film 13 episodes interconnected to one another. HBO finally aired Season 2. The Sopranos: […]

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Chernobyl

On April 26, 1986, scientists at a nuclear power plant in Russia commenced a safety test. As they work on a nuclear reactor, things fatefully goes awry when the nuclear reactor core starts to overheat, due improper care and lack of decent resources causing it to blow up. Over the course of two years, radiation […]

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The Sopranos: Season 1

In 1995, veteran Italian-American showrunner David Chase, penned a screenplay about a gangster who goes to therapy having issues with his mother. David visits his manager for input on how he felt about the script. His manager encourages him to expand the film as a television series. David accepts his request. David constructed episodes loosely […]

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Big Little Lies: Season 1

In the year 2014, author Liane Moriarty, published a novel called, “Big Little Lies.” The book centers around three women with troubled backstories are intertwined by their daily lives as mothers, wives & friends. As the story progresses, they get roped into a mystery surrounding a murder victim. The novel earned positive reception among critics […]

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Game Of Thrones: Season 1

In 1996, George R.R. Martin published “A Game Of Thrones,” the first installment of “A Song Of Ice And Fire” set in as an epic medieval fantasy inspired by the works of J.R.R. Tolkien, H.P. Lovecraft & Isaac Asimov. The novel focuses on a variety of characters from families/organizations as they fight to claim the […]

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Westworld: Season 1

In 1973, author/screenwriter, Michael Crichton, (Jurassic Park, ER) released a motion picture starring Yul Brynner called, “Westworld.” It’s about a robot who goes on a killing spree towards guests located at the titular park with a western vibe. The film earned positive reviews and made enough money at the box office. Seventeen Years Later, Michael […]

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