Title image for SINGLE ALL THE WAY. Thin vertical images of characters tied together with a red bow with the title below and the tag line above: "Peter and Nick are just friends. Peter's family knows better." The characters from left to right are: Peter's sister Lisa (a blonde white woman with a bob haircut wearing a green sweater and jeans), Peter's Aunt Sandy (a blonde white woman with a wavy bob wearing a low-cut green dress and a leopard print coat), Nick (a Black man with a beard wearing a brown scarf who is laughing), Peter (a white man with brown hair who is smiling and wearing a grey sweater and a blue coat), and Peter's mother Carol (a white woman with brown hair who is wearing reindeer antlers who has her hands clasped by her face and is wearing a green coat that is belted at the waist).

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I'm embarrassed by how long it took me to pick up on the glaringly obvious play on words in Single All the Way. In my defense, it's really not the best title for a schmaltzy movie about a home-for-the-holidays man searching high and low for true love that turns out to have been sitting beside … Continue reading Review: SINGLE ALL THE WAY Might Just Make Your Spirit (or Your Cold Dead Heart) Feel Brighter

Review: “Ginny and Georgia” Doesn’t Need to be the Second Coming of the “Gilmore Girls”

Content Warning for the Series: Self-harm, references to sexual assault and abuse, disordered eating. The first thing I need to say is that Ginny and Georgia is not the second coming of the Gilmore Girls. Nor should it be. Yes, it is a show about a mother and daughter with only a fifteen-year age gap … Continue reading Review: “Ginny and Georgia” Doesn’t Need to be the Second Coming of the “Gilmore Girls”