Of all the confrontations that fans of Shadow and Bone had been waiting for, this was one of them, and though a shorter scene than a lot of others, what’s … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: The Bastard of the Barrel Escapes from the Shadows: An Ode to Agency in ‘Shadow and Bone’
When Inej gives Kaz her knives in Shadow and Bone‘s “Otkazat’sya,” it serves as a rather obvious showcase of trust. Trust is a convoluted spectacle at times, a labyrinth of … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Knives, Trust, and Loyalty in Shadow and Bone’s “Otkazat’sya”
“Crows don’t just remember the faces of people who wronged them. They also remember those who were kind. They tell each other who to look after and who to watch … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: A Moment of Vulnerability in Shadow and Bone’s “The Unsea” Between Inej Ghafa and Kaz Brekker
Ted shows up for everyone—he’d never give up even when he lets go, and though this is a moment with loss, it’s also a moment of friendship.
We know we’ve talked plenty about Bridgerton’s Simon and Daphne, but with the news that Regé-Jean Page won’t be returning for season two, we figured we’d do scene breakdowns for … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Simon and Daphne Form an Attachment on Bridgerton’s “Diamond of the First Water”
Ted Lasso’s “be curious not judgmental” scene is renowned for a reason. It hits us all with a ton of bricks.
Julie and the Phantoms is extraordinary from start to finish and its pilot episode, appropriately titled “Wake Up” sets the stage for what is to come beautifully. There are so … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Julie Sings “Wake Up” for the First Time on ‘Julie and the Phantoms’
Welcome back to another Thursday (unofficial) Ted Lasso scene breakdown. As you all know by now, we have no plans to stop writing about this show. And as we mentioned the first … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Nathan Shelley’s Big Break in Ted Lasso’s “The Hope That Kills You”
“On the sixth of April, in the year 1812 — precisely two days before her sixteenth birthday — Penelope Featherington fell in love. It was, in a word, thrilling. The … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Colin and Penelope Dance on Bridgerton’s “Diamond of the First Water”
Welcome back to another Ted Lasso scene breakdown. While we’ve discussed the importance of the locker room vulnerability shared between Keeley and Roy and how significant the scene is for character development, … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Fluffy Pillows and the Words of a Six-Year-Old on Ted Lasso’s “All Apologies”
Back in March 2017, Zack Snyder had stated that Cyborg’s “story is in a lot of the ways the heart of the movie.” Fast forward to November of that year, … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Cyborg’s Story in Zack Snyder’s Justice League “Something Darker”
Until the start of season two, we might as well deem Thursday scene breakdowns as Ted Lasso scene breakdown days because I have no plans to stop this quest quite yet. As … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Apologies and Forgiveness on Ted Lasso’s “All Apologies”
“But tomorrow is going be just like today. And I know that because today, is just like yesterday. Sometimes it’s just kind of hard to find those moments of beauty.” … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: A Moment of Beauty in Superstore’s Pilot
We might never recover from Rebecca singing “Let it Go” in Ted Lasso’s “Make Rebecca Great Again.”
I’m going to try very hard to keep this focused on Midge and Lenny’s dance and not the entirety of the episode. But if it slips, none of you could … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: Midge and Lenny Dance in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s “It’s Comedy or Cabbage”
Roy and Keeley’s locker room vulnerability in Ted Lasso’s “The Hope That Kills You” is a beautiful showcase of strength and adoration.