Watching all ten episodes of Fakes will likely leave you with some trust issues, but you can believe me when I say it's entirely worth it. The Canadian series—which recounts the story of two high school best friends accidentally-on-purpose building a huge fake-ID empire—doesn't move at the frenetic pace of a lot of Netflix shows, … Continue reading FAKES Season 1 (2022): A Sincerely Good Series
You know what never goes out of style? High school drama. Social status, cliques, outcasts, loners, crushes, kisses, jealousies, plots, ploys, meanness, ostracization, and, yes, revenge plots, are as timeless as some misguided adult telling teens that high school will be the "best years of their lives." Do Revenge, Netflix's latest contribution to this canon, … Continue reading DO REVENGE (2022): Yes, Do Watch Netflix’s Sharp-Witted Teen Satire
The Hulu series Wedding Season (2022-)—not to be confused with the Netflix movie also named Wedding Season (2022)—starts off with a scene that seems straight out of a rom-com, but then it throws in a twist, and then another twist, and then another… Well, you get the gist. It took me a couple of episodes … Continue reading WEDDING SEASON (S1): Hulu’s Rom-Com Thriller Series Gets By With a Little Help From The Friends
You may think I'm being too hard on this movie, which was clearly put together with the aid of moldy ideas, green venom, and a hacksaw, but I'm most certainly not. I will say that the movie has decent acting (Kat Graham should keep getting rom-com lead roles). There are some sunsets. And it was filmed in Verona. So there's that.
Kevin can F**k Himself is probably going to terminally fuck up the way you view traditional sitcoms. Is that a bad thing? I mean, I don't think so, but if sitcoms are part of your comfort watch canon, then it could be uncomfortable.