Review – ‘Coming 2 America’

Comedian Eddie Murphy stars in the sequel to his 1988 comedy, ‘Coming To America’. Whereas the original film mostly took place in Queens, New York, this sequel only briefly flies over from the kingdom Zamunda. This time the only reason to go back to the Big Apple, is to go find his illegitimate son and …

Netflix Review – ‘Moxie’

Moxie. Nico Hiraga as Seth, Amy Poehler as Lisa/Director/Producer, Hadley Robinson as Vivian in Moxie. Cr Colleen Hayes/NETFLIX © 2020 It feels like ages ago that the #Metoo movement started to kick the shins of the patriarchy. Feminism has come a long way through the ages and has gathered strong supporters along the way. ‘Moxie’ …

Netflix Review – ‘Ginny & Georgia’

A dramedy TV show about beautiful rich Americans living in the picture-perfect Massachusetts town of Wellsbury, this show stars a financially challenged mother-daughter duo and an add-on son who is seemingly not a very important family member. Georgia (Brianne Howey – ‘Batwoman’) is a mother, and with legs for days, a banging body, and luscious …

Netflix Review – ‘Canine Intervention’

Jas Leverette in episode 1 “Lady Macbeth” of Canine Intervention: Season 1. c. Courtesy of Netflix © 2021 This is a feel-good TV show that showcases “troubled” dogs with bad reputations or a tendency towards violence and master trainer Jas Leverette. Jas, the handsome and manly face of the show, is a dog whisperer. He …

Review – ‘The United States vs. Billie Holiday’

When it comes to jazz I’m about as white as a white boy can be. Smokey nightclubs have never been and will never be my natural habitat. But hearing the raspy vocals of Billie Holiday has always made me long for that era somehow. After seeing Lee Daniel’s ‘The United States vs. Billie Holiday’ I …

Review – ‘Playing with Power: The Nintendo Story’

From trading card company to multi-generational video game developer, Nintendo is known by every person on the planet. In Jeremy Snead’s five part documentary series, which will be available to watch for free March 1 exclusively on Crackle, we take a look at the iconic Japanese company’s bumpy ride throughout the decades. Every one hour …

Apple TV+ Review – ‘Cherry’

After directing the highest-grossing film ever with Avengers: Endgame, directors Anthony and Joe Russo could do anything they wanted. They chose to adapt Nico Walker’s semi-autobiographical novel about the military, addiction, and crime: Cherry. Split into chapters, Cherry follows an unnamed narrator aka Cherry (Tom Holland) over the course of fifteen years — from meeting …

Review – ‘Allen v. Farrow’

An accusation of sexual abuse turned into a controversial custody trial that has been making headlines for many decades, gets investigated by filmmakers Kirby Dick & Amy Ziering and Amy Herdy over the course of four episodes in the new HBO documentary series, Allen v. Farrow. Is the world ready to face the facts and …

Review – ‘Music’

I honestly don’t know how to begin this review without it immediately turning into a rant. I made it safely through Sia’s ‘Music’ while rolling my eyes and sighing, but this film should come with a trigger warning for woke people; ‘Music’ actively tries to kill you. Kazu (Kate Hudson) is a recovering drug addict …

Review – ‘Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar’

Fresh off her stint as Wonder Woman’s nemesis in ‘WW84’, Kristen Wiig is back! She’s paired up with her ‘Bridesmaids’ co-writer friend Annie Mumolo to write and portray Barb and Star. Two middle-aged women on the verge of … something? Trying to write a synopsis for this movie is somewhat pointless. Is it a funny …