Reasons for Erik ten Hag Gambling Not Changing the Line Up Vs Real Betis After Liverpool Slaughtered
Erik ten Hag made a surprising decision when Manchester United (MU) beat Real Betis 4-1 in the first leg of the top 16 of the 2022/2023 Europa League, at Old […]
Arctic Monkeys: People say whatever I say. It’s Not Me album review
‘Whatever you say, let me be.’ That’s Not Me’ is the debut album by Arctic Monkeys on January 23, 2006. Before the release of the single album, ‘I Bet You […]
VVYND: Orbit Single review.
After more than six years of waiting, VVYND released their latest single “Orbit” in early 2023 yesterday. The transformation process that VVYND has gone through in recent years becomes the […]
Cunk On Earth review: A mockery for viewers who don’t like documentaries
The BBC is a British media outlet that produces many educational documentaries. For those who aren’t fans of documentaries in general; “Cunk on Earth” is a vision that opens the […]
Review of Me Chihiro: The New Life of an Old PSK
“Call Me Chihiro” is the latest Japanese drama on Netflix from director Rikiya Imaizumi. The movie is based on the life manga “Chihirosan” by Hiroyuki Yasuda, who wrote the screenplay […]
5 Forbidden marriages with our flowery youths; Romantic similarities.
Recently, the Korean drama Our Blooming Youth has captured the attention of Drakor lovers after it aired on February 6, 2023. This drama combines Park Hyung Sik and Jeon So […]
A Man Called Otto Review: Generic but delightful
At some point in life, a person will surely be abandoned by loved ones around him. It’s inevitable, but I’m still lonely because I don’t know how to deal with […]
Music Review: Timeless Classics
“The Sound of Music” (1965) is the most famous classical music film. Robert Wise won the Best Director award at the 38th Academy Awards, and the film was nominated for […]
Separation: Dividing marital conflict along gender and social class boundaries.
“A Separation” (2011) is Asghar Farhadi’s first film, which won an Oscar for Best Foreign Language Film. This film is also more recognized in the international scene like Asghar Farhadi’s […]
Autobiography Review: Willing Darkness
At some point in life, it’s perfectly normal to lust for a certain shape. However, It may not always be ideal, especially if things are going too far over time. […]
Spirited Away: Studio Ghibli’s Philosophical and Meaningful Animation Legendary
In the twenties, “Spirited Away” (2001) is still one of the most beloved animated films of all time. Hayao Miyazaki’s masterpiece tells the story of a little girl’s imaginative and […]
Bodies Bodies Bodies Review: If Agatha Christie Wrote Euphoria
“Bodies Bodies Bodies” is a comedy horror film directed by Halina Reijin. Amandla Stenberg; Rachel Sennott Starring Pete Davidson and Maria Bakalova. Another 2022 movie, “Bodies Bodies Bodies,” is now […]
The Invitational Review: Ready to Mess with Dracula or Not to Mess?
“The Invitation” is the latest 2022 horror film to hit Netflix. This gothic horror film is directed by Jessica M. Thompson and stars Nathalie Emmanuel (Game of Thrones) and Thomas […]
10 Current Coming Of Age Movie Recommendations
The coming of age film is a youth drama film that focuses on the maturation process. Synonymous with themes around the search for identity, to various first experiences towards adulthood. […]
The Strays Review: Psychological Thriller Addresses the Issue of Racial Assimilation
“The Strays” is the newest psychological thriller film on Netflix. This British film is directorial debut Nathaniel Martello-White. Starring Ashley Madekwe as Neve. Neve is a mixed-race woman living in […]
A Good Place Review: Sitcoms in Life’s Rich Afterlife Philosophy
“The Good Place” is a popular Netflix Original sitcom in 2016. This series, created by Michael Schur, closed its seasons in 2020 and is still available on Netflix for a […]
The Last Of Us (Episode 7) Review: Behind the Left?
“The Last of Us” Episode 7 is the most awaited episode by fans. Last week’s episode closed with a cliffhanger, and the preview focused more on Ellie’s past story. This […]
Lighting Up The Stars: A touching play about second chances in life
“Lighting Up the Stars” (2022) is a Chinese film directed by Liu Jiangjiang. The film, which ranked fourth on China’s 2022 box office list, received seven nominations at the 35th […]
Re/Member Review: Adventure Time Spinning Horror at School
“Re/Member” is the latest horror movie on Netflix that is currently popular. This Japanese movie is based on the 2014 manga “Karada Sagashi” by Welzard and Murase Katsutoshi. After being […]
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania Review: A Fantastic Taste of Star Wars
When the world feels peaceful, I want to rest and relax. But when one experiences irrational things, There will always be events that will come to him beyond reason. You […]