Promo image for movie Sierra is wearing a designer red outfit with large sleeves. Jake is in plaid. They are in front of Christmas trees and ski lodges. Lindsay Lohan has top billing. The title is below them and the tagline THIS HOLIDAY SEASON FALL FOR THE UNEXPECTED.

FALLING FOR CHRISTMAS (2022): Seeing Is Believing

Falling for Christmas has a whisper of a moment where I thought it would be a self-aware farce, but then it quickly descends into much more maudlin territory with rice paper thin characters, lead actors with less chemistry than a soggy newspaper, mostly half-assed performances, and one incredibly creepy Santa. That said, it does follow … Continue reading FALLING FOR CHRISTMAS (2022): Seeing Is Believing

The series cast from above while they sit in chairs and look up. The background is orange. The text says the title in white and a Netflix series.

HEARTBREAK HIGH (2022): Is an Inclusive, Warm, Funny, and Insightful Series

Regrets, I have few. In this case I regret that I didn't start watching the Australian show Heartbreak High (2022- ) sooner. This inclusive, warm, funny, relatable series about a group of teens dealing with sex, relationships, school, parents, parties, and all the shit that society throws at them is a joy to immerse yourself … Continue reading HEARTBREAK HIGH (2022): Is an Inclusive, Warm, Funny, and Insightful Series

Rosaline sitting in a richly appointed room. On the wall is a painting of Romeo and Juliet on the balcony. "Meet Romeo's Ex" is written in pink spray paint that drips a bit. "The love story you know. The ex you don't. Title at the bottom in pink letters.

ROSALINE (2022): A Boisterous Romp Where Kaitlyn Dever Shines and Women Do More Winning

Rosaline, which is told from the perspective of Romeo's ex-girlfriend, is a silly, boisterous romp from start to finish. If you demand accuracy in your Shakespearean pieces—or you decry modern language where it shouldn't be—you should probably skip it. That's also true if you don't like women asserting their autonomy, but then there is just … Continue reading ROSALINE (2022): A Boisterous Romp Where Kaitlyn Dever Shines and Women Do More Winning

SHORT REVIEWS: THAT’S AMOR (2022), NOT OKAY (2022), OCTOBER KISS (2015) & SOMEONE BORROWED (ESPOSA DE ALUGUEL) (2022)

Choose from the list below or scroll down to read them all: THAT'S AMOR (2022) NOT OKAY (2022) OCTOBER KISS (2015) SOMEONE BORROWED (ESPOSA DE ALUGUEL) (2022) THAT'S AMOR That's Absurda or That's Aburrida is what this movie might have more accurately been called. It's an hour and 35 minutes of slow motion montages mixed … Continue reading SHORT REVIEWS: THAT’S AMOR (2022), NOT OKAY (2022), OCTOBER KISS (2015) & SOMEONE BORROWED (ESPOSA DE ALUGUEL) (2022)

Five Garvey sisters posing with a hearse that says Just Dead in the back window. Eva, Grace, Bibi, and Ursula are posed around the car and dressed in black. Becka is wearing a red sweater and sitting on top with her arms open wide. Above are the words BAD SISTERS. Family. It's a killer.

BAD SISTERS (2022): An Exquisitely Good Show

CW: Some episodes have flashing lights. All episodes have gaslighting and abuse. Bad Sisters is an exquisitely good series filled with the darkest humor, dazzling writing, a pitch perfect soundtrack, excellent acting, delicious characters, and a deeply cathartic ending. That said, you should be forewarned that, because it's so well done, it may make your … Continue reading BAD SISTERS (2022): An Exquisitely Good Show