Just Like Diamond Dazzle Barbie, The Facets Of Greta Gerwig’s ‘Barbie’ Shine – Review

This review was published during the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes of 2023. Barbie would not exist without the labour of its writers, director, actors, and the many departments integral to the filmmaking process. Learn more about the demands of actors and writers here. “Do you guys ever think about dying?” –Barbie One of the most highly anticipated films of the year is finally upon us, and Greta Gerwig’s Barbie doesn’t pull back on any of its punches.

‘Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai’ Is A Funny And Adventurous Tale – Review

“Are you kidding? Because I invented humour, and I am not finding this funny.” -Nuwa If you were ever wondering about the Mogwai, especially after the 1984 Gremlins and 1990 sequel, Gremlins 2: The New Batch, Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai is a must-watch. The computer-animated adventure comedy serves as a direct prequel to the live-action films and answers some of the mysteries surrounding the Mogwai.

Leah Lewis And Mamoudou Athie Talk 'Elemental,' Connecting With Their Characters & Favourite Elements - Interview

Elemental is Disney and Pixar’s now in theatres, and it features a thrilling tale of opposing elements in the form of Ember Lumen and Wade Ripple, perfectly voiced by Leah Lewis and Mamoudou Athie, respectively. Elemental will make you laugh and cry, and in addition to the heartfelt story, this can be attributed to the wonderful voice performances of Lewis and Athie. The dynamic duo brings their characters to life with ease, and it makes for a magical movie-going experience.

Sasha Calle Talks 'The Flash,' 'Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow' & More - Interview

The Flash is now playing in theatres, and one of the film’s brightest spots shines in the form of Sasha Calle’s Kara Zor-El, a.k.a. Supergirl. Prior to being cast in The Flash, Calle played a main role in the popular soap opera The Young and the Restless as Lola Rosales from 2018 to 2021. But then it was time to dawn the red cape, and during her screen time in the film, she made a huge impact–even if we all would have benefitted from seeing more of her.

Richa Moorjani and Poorna Jagannathan Talk 'Never Have I Ever' Season 4 & The Vishwakumar Family's Impact

It is the end of an era! The final season of Never Have I Ever is now streaming on Netflix, and it’s been an amazing ride. Throughout the four seasons of the show, we’ve been able to spend time with Devi, her family and friends, watching them through all their ups and downs and their growth. Prior to the last season’s debut on Netflix, I had the opportunity to interview some of the cast members of the series, including the brilliant Vishwakumar family, Poorna Jagannathan and Richa Moorjani.

Halle Bailey’s Triumphant Performance Lifts Up Live-Action ‘The Little Mermaid’ – Review

“Watch, and you’ll see, someday I’ll be part of your world.” –Ariel As Disney continues to throw their funds behind their live-action remakes, their latest, The Little Mermaid, has enormous shoes to fill. It’s one of Disney’s most beloved animated masterpieces and, as such, would be challenging to recreate. So, can the live-action The Little Mermaid replicate the charm of the animated original? The easy answer is sometimes.

‘Fast X’ Is Mindless Fun – Review

“If it violates the laws of God and gravity, they did it twice.”–Aimes The time has finally arrived, folks–the tenth film in the Fast & Furious franchise is upon us (insert Paul Rudd, ‘Who would have thought? Not me.’ GIF here). With 10 films spanning two decades that include many cars, racing, explosions, absurdity, and of course, family, Fast X aims to be one of the fan-favourites in the franchise. Much like its predecessors, Fast X begins with a flashback in Rio de Janeiro, followed by some

Toni Collette Shines In Catherine Hardwicke’s Outlandish Crime Comedy ‘Mafia Mamma’ – Review

“What the f*** is going on?!” –Kristin Since the beginning of cinema, many films and television shows have depicted the mafia or various crime syndicates. There is such an abundance of these projects it’s become a subgenre of its own, with familiar tropes, archetypes and storylines. However, Mafia Mamma subverts expectations and offers us something fun and new. The Catherine Hardwicke-directed flick is full of laughs, absurdity, and great performances by Toni Collette, Monica Bellucci

Dominique Fishback & Chloe Bailey on Building the Sisterhood of 'Swarm' - Exclusive Interview

Dominique Fishback and Chloe Bailey have been at the top of their game and in their bags for the last few years, and this only continues in the Amazon Prime Video original series Swarm. Fishback first burst onto the scene in shows like Show Me A Hero and The Deuce and in films like Night Comes On, The Hate U Give, Project Power, and Judas and the Black Messiah. The rising star has continued to impress audiences with her vast range in Swarm, wherein she plays a “stan”...

'Swarm' Review - Dominique Fishback & Chloe Bailey Kill It

Whether it be a favorite film, an amazing accessory, or the best singer in the music industry, you would be hard-pressed to find someone who hasn’t been obsessed with something at least once in their lifetime. This powerful obsession, specifically with celebrities, is something that Amazon Prime Video’s new original series Swarm looks to tackle. Our tale begins with Dre (Dominique Fishback), an exceptionally devoted stan of the songstress Ni’Jah...

JD Dillard & Christina Jackson on Bringing Honesty to 'Devotion' - Exclusive Interview

A “Best of Next” nominee at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival for his feature film directorial debut, Sleight, JD Dillard’s latest film, Devotion, took the Toronto International Film Festival by storm in September. Coming off the heels of Top Gun: Maverick, Devotion met high expectations with favorable reviews, critics noting not only the powerful performances from lead stars Jonathan Majors, Glen Powell, and Christina Jackson but for Dillard’s prowess behind the camera and some of the best-shot

William Abadie and Lucien Laviscount Talk Season 3 of 'Emily In Paris', Favorite Scenes & More - Interview

The new season of Emily in Paris is finally upon us! With the promise of much more drama, laughs, and fashion for the upcoming season, I had the pleasure of chatting with William Abadie and Lucien Laviscount who portray Antoine and Alfie, respectively, in the series. Much like their co-stars Samuel Arnold and Bruno Gouery, Abadie and Laviscount were excited about the new season and what their characters brought to the series this time around. Check out the full interview with William Abadie a

Bruno Gouery and Samuel Arnold Talk Season 3 of 'Emily in Paris', Character Arcs & More - Interview

Everyone’s favourite guilty pleasure, Emily in Paris, is back for its third season on Netflix! Leading up to the season three debut, I had the opportunity to speak with series stars Bruno Gouery and Samuel Arnold about the new season and the evolution their characters, Luc and Julien, have experienced, respectively, on the show. The characters of Luc and Julien have been part of some of the most comedic highlights of Emily in Paris thus far...

Camille Razat, Lily Collins & Ashley Park Talk Character Growth In The New Season Of 'Emily In Paris' - Interview

The new season of Emily in Paris is finally upon us! With the promise of much more drama, laughs, and fashion in the new season, I had the pleasure of chatting with Camille Razat, Lily Collins and Ashley Park, who portray Camille, Emily and Mindy, respectively, in the series. This season, all of their characters go on quite the journey in season three, and you’ll definitely want to watch to see where it all leads and where it ends.

'Black Panther: Wakanda Forever' Review - A Bold Exploration on Grief & Hope

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever brings a barrage of emotions with its long-awaited release. Sadness, eagerness, and trepidation may sum up some of these, and you would be correct in feeling all of them when going into the film. That being said, those walking in for the first time with great nerves can rest easy because Wakanda Forever is an excellent film despite the obvious hurdles.

'Women Talking' Review - An Everlasting Emotional Rollercoaster

Based on the novel of the same name by Miriam Toews, Women Talking is a powerhouse of a film that will leave your heart aching. The story focuses on a Mennonite colony where the women are continuously victims of violent sexual assaults at the hands of the local men. To keep themselves and the children safe, the women decide to band together and decide what they should do to free themselves from the ever-present danger.
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