Han Solo’s acknowledgment in The Force Awakens can be interpreted in a myriad of ways. To start, Han has been a version of the audience in the world of Jedis … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Han Solo’s Acknowledgment in ‘The Force Awakens’
I have come to the conclusion that there is no way to actually put this scene into words. There is no way to properly do it justice. I have heard … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Portals and Emblematic Returns in ‘Avengers: Endgame’
There are a lot of things Autumn de Wilde’s Emma gets right, and a few things that it doesn’t. (Namely, it’s length. As Austen’s longest book, if this film was … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: ‘Emma’ (2020) and the Showcase of Overwhelming Emotions
Do you also think about the best meal ever aka the pizza scene from Netflix’s Set it Up on a daily basis or are you normal? I recently re-watched the … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Netflix’s ‘Set it Up’ and the Best Meal Ever
Bridgerton’s Portia Featherington falls into what I like to think of as the “Severus Snape League.” Is she someone that I like as a person? Not necessarily, at least not … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: The Meaning of “Enough” in Bridgerton’s “After the Rain”
Brooklyn Nine-Nine at its core has always been about the friendships—you could spend pages just listing every incredible thing they’ve each done for each other, and the ways they’ve been … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Pizza and Shared Emotions in Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s “Show Me Going”
Raise your hand if you’re also taking a massive trip down memory lane with a One Tree Hill re-watch alongside the leading ladies while listening to Drama Queens podcast. I … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Lucas Tells Peyton Her Art Matters in ‘One Tree Hill’
Brooklyn Nine-Nine always gets the Halloween Heist specials right, but in its third season, it’s when it really becomes something that’s cemented into the show’s spirit perfectly. And that’s the … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Amy Santiago Takes the Halloween Heist Crown in ‘Brooklyn Nine-Nine’
It’s no secret every Polin (Colin Bridgerton and Penelope Featherington of Netflix’s Bridgerton) fan loves their dancing scene (at 1:12) in season one’s “Diamond of the First Water.” There are … Continue Reading Polin Week, Day Six: Favorite Show Scene
The showcase of warmth happens quite evidently between Nina and Matthias in Shadow and Bone’s “The Heart is An Arrow,” and it’s still my absolute favorite scene between the duo … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: The Showcase of Warmth Between Nina and Matthias in ‘Shadow and Bone’
“Oceans Apart” is both my favorite and objectively, the strongest episode in Bridgerton’s first season. And apparently, writing 4,461 words wasn’t enough because I’m back to talk about it more. … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Brandy, Brothers, and Vulnerability in Bridgerton’s “Oceans Apart”
There is a reason a lot of Julie and the Phantoms viewers are adults. There is also a reason why this show reaches deep into our tired bones and tugs … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: “Stand Tall” Performance and Why it Matters on ‘Julie and the Phantoms’
There is a long way to go until Colin and Penelope find their happy ending, but in its first season, Bridgerton gave us quiet moments amidst loud chatter so effortlessly … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Colin, Penelope, and the Effortless Exchange in Bridgerton’s “An Affair of Honor”
Today, cheers for the wanker means that belief in someone is an extraordinarily prevailing and heartening sound.
Binding Wounds and Removing Armor: A Moment of Intimacy Between Kaz and Inej in Crooked Kingdom’s Chapter Twenty-Six
Kaz Brekker and Inej Ghafa speak in a language that is so visibly intimate we see it in their effortless means of trusting one another with armor, their ability to … Continue Reading Binding Wounds and Removing Armor: A Moment of Intimacy Between Kaz and Inej in Crooked Kingdom’s Chapter Twenty-Six
The emphasis on belief is at the forefront of this show’s spirit. Ted Lasso is incredible for a myriad of reasons, but one word inspires all.
When hands linger, it’s always every viewer’s dream, right? There are very few swoon-worthy scenes quite like when two people the audience is rooting for finally hold hands. And that’s … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: When Hands Linger Between Peggy and Daniel in Agent Carter’s “Life of the Party”
Jamie Tartt’s subtle sacrifice in Ted Lasso’s “Two Aces” might just be the most surprising gem to come out of the show’s first season.
The search for Will Byers and the discovery of Eleven sets the stage perfectly in Stranger Things’ first episode. This friendship is the forever kind and that’s partly why this … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: The Search for Will Byers and the Discovery of Eleven in ‘Stranger Things’
Fleabag is, and will always be incomparable as a series, and while its first season is fantastic, it starts to really solidify itself in season two. And it starts with … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: ‘Fleabag’ and the Opening Fourth Wall Break of Season Two