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The New ‘A League of Their Own’ Throws a Curveball at the Original Movie
“There’s no crying in baseball!” but with the weight of the patriarchy and gender norms on your back, maybe there will be. This summer, Amazon
Amazon Prime’s ‘Anything’s Possible’: An LGBTQ Rom-Com That Really Works
Picking out a bouquet is a universal symbol of love. Whether it’s Richard Gere handing Julia Roberts roses at the end of “Pretty Woman” or
Does ‘The Summer I Turned Pretty’ Focus Too Much on Looks and Not Enough on Substance?
Adolescence and puberty can be a scary thing. One minute you are just a kid running around the park doing cartwheels, the very next you
Quiz: Which Character From ‘The Boys’ Are You?
Everybody wants to be a superhero, right? Find out what character from “The Boys” you are.
The ‘Red, White, and Royal Blue’ Movie Is on the Way!
Enemies to lovers with international political stakes is the theme of Casey McQuiston’s best-selling novel “Red, White, and Royal Blue.” The romantic comedy follows the
‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ Makes its Marvelous Return
If you’re a fan of stand-up comedy, retro fashion or acclaimed television writer Amy Sherman- Palladino, then surely Amazon Video’s “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” has
Amazon Prime’s ‘Cinderella’ Will Feature Forward Thinking Stories
On June 30, Amazon Prime released a first look at their upcoming film “Cinderella.” The trailer, which can be found on YouTube, provides just enough
Amazon Prime’s New Anthology Series ‘Solos’ Showcases Compelling Performances
*contains spoilers Amazon Prime released their new original anthology series “Solos” on May 21. The series features a stellar lineup of performances from Anne Hathaway,
Amazon Prime Video Keeps Pace in the Superhero Race With Hit New Show ‘Invincible’
Recently, the market for superhero television shows and movies has been booming. Between Marvel’s release of “WandaVision,” Disney +’s unveiling of “The Falcon and the
‘Borat Subsequent Moviefilm’: Keeping a Straight Face at Bigotry
In the crazy year that was 2020, it just made sense for Borat to return. Comedian Sacha Baron Cohen’s character and mockumentary film “Borat” was
‘Jackass’: The Art of Stupidity
During this never ending pandemic, many have found comfort in films and television. For some it was reruns of sitcoms like The Office or Friends.
Amazon’s ‘Yearly Departed’ Concluded the Year in the Most Appropriate Fashion
On New Years Eve, I got a chance to watch “Yearly Departed,” a comedy special on Amazon Prime hosted by Phoebe Robinson featuring some incredible
Staff Picks: Best TV Shows of 2020
This year may have absolutely sucked in every other way possible, but at least we got some fabulous new tv shows and some really awesome