What’s Love Got To Do With It, a rom-com about cultural differences fails at both being a rom-com and an inter-cultural love story.
In this Andor review, I discuss how Cassian Andor’s introduction feels oddly familiar to his feature film debut in Rogue One.
The Raymond & Ray review straight out of TIFF ’22 showcases a familiar sibling drama that gets real unexpected real quick.
The I Like Movies review is an honest take on a hilarious coming of age teen comedy that is very sweet, charming and endearing.
The Kacchey Limbu movie review is all about a wholesome family entertaining featuring sibling rivalry and finding one’s path in life.
My Zwigato movie review comes straight out of TIFF 22, about a man trying to provide for his family in a newly evolving economy in India.
Bros movie review takes a look at a new gay rom-com that calls out traditional rom-coms, while also homaging the genre.
The Woman King review looks at how his new historical action movie reinvents the genre, with people of color both on and off screen.
Find out just how the new Disney+ series, Obi-Wan Kenobi, reframes how we view the original Star Wars trilogy.
Ms. Marvel premiere episode is a perfect debut, resulting in huge strides for representation within the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The Boys season 3 premiere episodes introduce new conflicts, and finally focuses on the show’s real villain–Homelander. Or is it?
Stranger Things season 4 volume 1 continues the momentum of one of the best original genre shows of all time with a surprising new story.
Star Trek: Strange New Worlds review highlights one of the best premiere episodes of a brand new Star Trek series on TV.
The Fame Game spoiler review features new Bollywood podcasters Jab We Pod as they review the new Bollywood Netflix series.
Sooryavanshi spoiler review podcast from Shah Shahid takes a look at this really disastrous attempt of a Bollywood shared universe.
Arcane spoiler review is all about the amazing new Netflix original series, Arcane. Find out how this new show is the best of the year.
The Harder They Fall review is all about 1 of the best Westerns of modern times. This episode of the Split Screen Podcast takes a look at why.