Nothing is impossible; the world itself says, "I' am possible!" - Audrey Hepburn
Sunflower Season 2 Ending Explained: Who Pushed Rosie?
Sunflower Season 2 has finally been released on the ZEE5 platform, and now we are going to explore its ending a little. We will talk about what is left for the next season, and of course, here you will get spoilers, so go watch this series first.
My Name is Loh Kiwan Review: No Words to Praise
After all, I don't know where to start; literally, the picture made me cry. So look, if you don't know, then let me tell you that a new Korean picture of Song Joong-ki has arrived on the Netflix platform, whose name is My Name is Loh Kiwan. I have seen it, and now I will share my experience with you as to how I personally liked this picture and especially which audience it targets.
Reina Roja Review: Prime's Crime Thriller Gem!
Reina Roja, also called Red Queen, is a crime mystery thriller show on Amazon Prime. It has seven episodes, each around 45 to 55 minutes. I've watched it, and now, through this review ride, I'm sharing what I liked and didn't like. Let's talk about it without waiting. You'll enjoy it, believe me.
Code 8 Part 2 Review: Not Worth Watching at All
Today, the awaited sequel, Part 2 of the Code 8 movie, has finally landed on Netflix. I just wrapped up watching it. A couple of years ago, I penned down my thoughts on Part 1 when I was running my own individual entertainment blog. If you haven't caught Part 1 yet, it's available for free on YouTube.
Shogun 2024 Series Review: Solid Start
Shogun is a historical drama series that has now been released on Hulu, and let me tell you that it is a limiter series, which means that the story will end in season one of this series itself; you do not have to wait for season 2 of this series.
Poacher Review: Highly Recommended for Slow Burners
Hey, nearest and dearest, Prime Video has just dropped its latest series, Poacher, and personally, I'm pretty impressed with the trailer. Now, the big question is: will this show reel us in completely, keeping us hooked and booked, or is it just another attempt at entertainment that might not hit the mark?