The meaning of dollface is described as a person having a face with a smooth prettiness and childish expression suggestive of a doll. To point it out, the new series has nothing to do with the definition, but sounds intriguing.
Season 3 of The Handmaid Tale on Hulu has ended, but that has not stopped fans from asking, "Where was Nick?" Most of the other main actors were part of the finale, but not Nick. He was not only absent from the finale, but he was also absent from most of Season 3. However, it was not his fault.
Of all the Gundam series available, Mobile Suit Gundam SEED—and its sequel, Gundam SEED Destiny—seem to be the least popular among North American anime enthusiasts. I personally enjoyed the episodes I managed to catch on YTV back in the day, and noticed that much like Gundam Wing it feels more targeted toward female viewers. I say this partially because "mecha" franchises like Transformers are usually thought to be mostly boy territory.
The Season 3 finale of The Handmaid's Tale was very intense with a lot of action. Hopefully, it was enough to last fans for a while because the return of the series will not happen anytime soon.
The 6th episode of the HBO series Euphoria starring Zendaya was centered around Mckay. Mckay is one of only character who's not in high school and a freshmen in college. In previous episodes McKay forms a relationship with Cassie and they even go as far as saying I love you towards each other. Their relationship seems cute and adorable, but McKay has some insecurities about being with such an experienced girl as Cassie. This episode takes place on Halloween and at a Halloween party where everyone is in costume figuratively and literally. For more information regarding previous episodes and the overall series please check out my other articles where I go more in depth.
So this is it. It is the end of an era. The final season of Criminal Minds, one of the longest running shows in history, is coming to us shortly. Unfortunately, it is going to be a smaller season than all the true fans will hope for, as it is only going to be 10 episodes long.
Mike Ross’ (Patrick J. Adams) much-anticipated return to the series didn’t come without significant surprises for everyone at the New York law firm Specter Litt Wheeler Williams.
Being a fan of Netflix’s overnight hit Stranger Things, it pains me to have such a strong negative opinion of the highly anticipated third season to feel the need to write this out, merely a month after it hit the streaming site. I stumbled upon the first season back in 2016 and like everyone else was captivated by the 80s nostalgia, likable (and not-so-likable) characters, creepy plot, and fantastic visuals. But somehow the qualities that drew me into the first season, and subsequently, the second, made me absolutely hate the third season. Here’s why season three was absolute garbage:
BH90210 is not an ordinary reboot. Conceptually speaking, BH90210 takes the reboot idea and turns it on its head. Comparatively, because the main cast members are each playing an alternate reality version of themselves, the dynamic we see on screen between the characters is reminiscent of what we saw in Wes Craven’s New Nightmare. Subsequently, because of the nature of the reboot, it's better than the original series. It literally breathes new life into the reboot bandwagon.
Note: I'm not including Sarah Simms in this discussion as I haven't read the comics.
This episode picks up right where the previous episode left off; Gilbert has been shot by the enemy. During the next few minutes, we get to see the events leading up to the death of Gilbert, and how Violet loses her arms. We get to see Violet express extreme amounts of emotion, the sheer desperation that she is feeling in order to get Gilbert to safety, despite the fact that she had lost both her arms. To add to that, there was no way for Gilbert to muster up the strength after having been shot multiple times by the enemy.
Be realistic. That relationship between Maya (Nathalie Emmanuel) and Duffy (John Reynolds) was never going to last. When Maya enters the party at the beginning of the episode, while it’s obvious Maya is actively avoiding immediately going to Duffy, there is something you might have missed.