Every so often the internet remembers that New Girl’s Nick Miller is an entire mood and goes on to appreciate him.
Amanda Gorman’s beautiful reading of “The Hill We Climb” is a moment in history we’re never going to forget.
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Julie and the Phantoms is simply put, a treasure.
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Save Sanditon: The Inimitable Fandom’s Remarkable Campaign to Renew the Beloved Jane Austen Adaptation
Believe us when we say we’ve been around these neck of the woods for a long time now, actively paying close attention to all types of fandoms and how the … Continue Reading Save Sanditon: The Inimitable Fandom’s Remarkable Campaign to Renew the Beloved Jane Austen Adaptation
Profound Gratitude for The Good Place’s “Whenever You’re Ready” and Why it’s One of the Most Unforgettable Series Finales to Exist
I’m still not ready to talk about this episode or The Good Place in its entirety as a series. I might never be ready, but that’s the point isn’t it—to … Continue Reading Profound Gratitude for The Good Place’s “Whenever You’re Ready” and Why it’s One of the Most Unforgettable Series Finales to Exist
It’s a spectacular spectacular with all the confetti you could dream of, superlative performances featuring a remarkably gifted and diverse cast, a stunning, out-of-this-world set, and the kind of theatrical … Continue Reading Moulin Rouge: The Musical | The Most Exquisite Theatrical Experience of Our Time
Steve and Peggy’s conclusion in Avengers: Endgame works when considering everything that’s been set up throughout the previous films.
Natasha Romanoff is a complex, remarkably strong, incredible Avenger—the first female one to be exact, and an impeccable leader at that.
Jaime and Brienne’s moment of vulnerability in Game of Thrones’ “A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms” is the final season’s most brilliant moment.
Timeless’ “The Miracle of Christmas” wasn’t perfect, understandably so, but it was a beautiful finale meant to showcase the power of love above all things.
“There is nothing like staying at home for real comfort.” — Jane Austen | Emma Chawton, Alton, U.K. a quaint little house that inspired noted 18th century English novelist Jane Austen. … Continue Reading Jane Austen House Museum: Travel Guide
NBC Timeless It succeeds in intrinsic, detailed story telling without ever losing sight of the characters that drive the show.
An end of the year tribute to Sundance Channel’s Rectify after it’s beautifully moving and poetic series finale.