TV Review: The Deuce

8. 24. 18 Hello everyone! I said I wanted to do a television series review. There are so many new shows that come out year after year, but only a few make it to green pastures. HBO’s The Deuce is one of those shows. I and my good friend, Elizabeth have watched the first season and we just finished watching it again before the second season starts early next month. So Lizzie is going to do the review of the series. Shelley and I have rewatched the first season of this series just to renew…OK, who are we kidding we … Continue reading TV Review: The Deuce

Film Review: Justice League

November 20 / 17 Hey everyone! Internet acting a fool today, but the devil’s a lie! Anyway, I went to see Justice League over the weekend. Loved it, but I do have a few things to gripe about. Yes, I loved Justice League. I grew up watching the cartoon as a kid and now seeing Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, and the rest of the crew brought a happy smile to my face. I wasn’t sure if DC was going to bring Justice League to the big screen at all. A few things to gripe about. Why in the world would … Continue reading Film Review: Justice League

Film Review: Annabelle Creation

August 14 / 17 Hello…hope everyone had a good and resting weekend. Saw Annabelle: Creation Saturday and I wasn’t disappointed. This is a prequel and better than the first Annabelle film. Creation takes place twelve years, 1955 after a doll maker, Samuel Mullins (Anthony LaPaglia) and his wife Ester (Miranda Otto) lose their only child, a daughter named Annabelle ‘Bee’, to a horrible accident. They decided to open their home to a nun and several orphaned girls. Everything seems to go well, that is until one of the girls discover the dollmaker’s crafted dolls in a forbidden bedroom …..opening a … Continue reading Film Review: Annabelle Creation

Film Review: What Happened, Miss Simone?

May 21 / 16 Hello again. I did promise a film review right? I just saw What Happened Miss Simone a few weeks ago. I saw it twice actually. She was called the Priestess of Soul. Not only was Simone a singer, but also a very accomplished pianist, whose voice crossed to jazz, blues, folk, r&b, pop, and gospel. The biographical documentary film, directed by Liz Garbus, focuses on Simone’s early years, the ups and downs of her career and personal life. You see rare archival footage of her performances, interviews from her daughter, Lisa Simone Kelly, an actress and … Continue reading Film Review: What Happened, Miss Simone?