I have to be honest, writing this review wasn’t something I was looking forward. Not because I didn’t love the movie, I loved it a lot, but it affected me so much more than I expected. For two days after seeing the movie, I tried to understand why I was so affected by this movie. Yes, I am a member of the LGBTQ+ community and have suffered violence against me but my situation isn’t close to similar to the one depicted in the movie, and yet I found myself so deeply affected by it.
Cloverfield; a giant space station orbiting the planet with scientists testing a device to try and solve the energy crisis. Things go wrong and they end up face-to-face with a dark alternate reality.
Expectations run high with a logline like that and the name Cloverfield in the title. Too bad it was one large, confusing, this-can’t-be-only-an-hour-and-forty-five-minutes, disappointment of a film. The way this movie was dropped on Netflix left the viewers of the film with a completely blank canvas. No premonitions and pure excitement, anything could have happened. So what went wrong?
(Warning: May contain spoilers)
The second season of One Day At A Time arrived on Netflix on Friday and after a spectacular first season, the second doesn’t disappoint and is even funnier then the first season was.
Please note that this review will cover the whole season and will contain spoilers.
The 90th Academy Awards are almost upon us and this morning the Academy revealed their nominees. Together, Andres and Arianne have opinions and hope about these nominations and who they think will win and who they think should win. Here is their discussion.