Month: April 2018

‘Timeless’ S2 Ep 7 advance review: Lucy and Emma find themselves on the same side in ‘Mrs. Sherlock Holmes’

Tensions are running high after Sunday’s epic episode, which left Clockblockers hanging on several fronts. Jiya and Rufus are freaked out over her fatal premonition, Lucy entered Flynn’s room with a bottle of vodka, Wyatt let Carol go, and Connor Mason found his groove. “Mrs. Sherlock Holmes” picks-up […]

Catching up with the Queen of Valencia: Genevieve Allenbury on Brit Week, ‘Galavant’ reunions and a possible revival

‘Galavant’ fans grew to love Genevieve Allenbury as the Queen of Valencia, Isabella’s (Karen David) sharp-tongued and quick-witted mother.  Although ABC’s musical comedy extravaganza has been off the air for a while, the magical series is still in our hearts. Fans continue to banter with the cast daily […]

‘Timeless’ S2 Ep 5 react: ‘The Kennedy Curse’ delivers a feels overload

Clockblockers are still reeling from the feels overload in “The Kennedy Curse.” The episode very cleverly mixed things up and gave the Time Team a new adventure in the present day. With Lucy on the mend, Flynn, Rufus, and Wyatt had to rescue a college-aged JFK from Rittenhouse […]

‘Un Traductor’ (‘The Translator’) Review: Rodrigo Santoro shines in this gripping true story

Malin’s life gains new meaning when he is abruptly plucked from his career as a Russian Literature professor at the University of Havana and unexpectedly tasked with a gut-wrenching new job in Un Traductor. He has been assigned to the children’s ward of a local hospital that is treating […]

‘Beast’ Review: A Chilling Tale of Love and Suspicion

Michael Pearce’s spellbinding debut feature, Beast, captures the audience’s attention from beginning to end. This riveting, intense, unsettling and surprisingly funny film consistently challenges the viewer’s perception of the charismatic and suspicious protagonists, Moll (Jessie Buckley) and Pascal (Johnny Flynn). These kooky kindred spirits are drawn together by an […]

‘The Human Element’ Review: Climate Change is Very Real

In his compelling, unsettling and visually stunning documentary, The Human Element, National Geographic photographer James Balog shows viewers why we, as a society, can no longer turn a blind eye to the drastically changing world around us. After watching how our planet is essentially crumbling before our eyes, his closing words […]

‘Submergence’ Review: A Disappointing Romantic Thriller

Submergence takes on multiple meanings in this romantic thriller. Danielle Flinders (Alicia Vikander) literally dives to the very bottom of the Greenland Sea on an exploratory mission, while her beloved James Moore (James McAvoy) remains immersed in his deep cover as a captured operative. At their lowest points, both […]

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