Writer’s note: This review briefly discusses a plot point involving stalking, if you need resources on stalking and domestic violence, please visit https://www.thehotline.org/.
The classic on the September 28th, 2020 episode of the Everyone's A Critic Movie Review Podcast is Sean Penn's devastating drama, Into the Wild.
August was a pretty good reading month for me. I read 16 books and I don’t think I have ever read so many books in a single month before. I read some mysteries, some non-fiction, some contemporary fiction and also Hindi books. So without further ado, let’s get started with the video:
Don’t ever stop the music. Don’t ever stop dancing.
The premiere of the WandaVision trailer has been a major topic among fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Marvel has done it once again. You can watch the trailer below, before the breakdown:
Money Heist is one of the most outstanding Spanish thrillers shows on Netflix. And the series aired its fourth season this year and ended with a cliffhanger. The maximum plot of the show is based on the fate of Professor.
There are several youtubers that I love watching. There is a channel for every topic you could think of. Depending on the mood I am in at the time, I can always find a channel that lets me watch whatever I feel like. However, there is one youtuber that stands out to me above the rest. He’s one that I can watch and always find myself laughing with, despite how I may be feeling. But more than that, I can relate to him on a more personal level. This incredible youtuber is Steve Terreberry, better known as Stevie T.
So it's the old dinner party game "if you could invite anyone dead or alive to dinner or a dinner party who would you invite and why?" I never really thought about it until recently. Here's my answer.