Creator; Jim Reynolds
The Neighborhood is a sit-com that is somewhat half-charming and semi-enjoyable but nothing else. It’s your typical comedy show with the laughters in the background and all-ages-friendly punchlines. However, you got great talent and potential and it’s all lost and wasted here. The plot is somewhat close to racist, a script about mocking white people and their stereotypes.
A friendly and social family moves into a tougher community in L.A and tries their outmost to fit in.
It’s lighthearted, stale, and lacks originality. It’s not even close to good nor entertaining.
Highly doubt it’ll last long or get renewed, could barely watch the entire episode.
You’ll get a smile in with luck but not a full on laugh out loud moment. I wouldn’t recommend this. 2/10
Creators; Austen Earl & Tim McAuliffe
A charming and decent sit-com, noting more, nothing less. Though dated humor, it becomes quite laughable from episode to episode, delivered few smiles but that is pretty much it. It’s not great, but it ain’t that shabby. I had it in the background while cooking and it brought a sense of cozyness and calm to the atmosphere around me.
A mondane couple that spends their free time mostly staying at home watching Netflix, has a change of environment and routine when the megastar Cooper decides to crash at their place.
It’s an OKAY show, the usual sit-com with the audience laughters in the back, doubt it’ll last that long or even that it’ll even get renewed, but for the sake of the fanbase it’s gathered due to Damon Wayans Jr., I hope it does. 3/10
Director; Gerard McMurray
1h 38 minutes
Bluray/DVD release; November 12th
Copy provided by UIP/SONY Home
Hands down, the worst movie of 2018. I haven’t seen a film this fantastically awful in a long time, I enjoyed the previous ones but watching The First Purge was a waste of time from beginning to end.
The poor storyline, the dull plot that falls flat, and vision was just painful to witness. Pure embarrassment altogether.
As the title says, the film is pretty much about how it all came together, what made America start the actual purge that we got to follow through the previous movies. What led them to offer this outlet to inhabitants of the states and the answer was simple, anger.
I was quite excited for this film since the other ones had that delicate touch of the right amount of suspense, horror, and thrill. The story had you sitting on needles, you were gasping for air, wondering how it would turn out, and would the good ones make it through the horrid 24 hours…
Here, I was bored. I kept looking at the watch, praying to the movie lords for the film to come to an end. It doesn’t once, not even for a slight second grab you, capture, nor intrigue you. It doesn’t become interesting enough to grasp your attention. Nothing I’d ever recommend, stick with the ones you’ve seen and don’t even bother watching this. 1/10
A radical experiment
Bringing the chaos
The masks of the first purge
Director; Jon M. Chu
Out; September 21st
Though categorized under ”comedy”, I must say that personally, I’d mark it with a huge stamp that says ”drama” instead because I did not laugh nor cracked a smile once during the 120 minutes. To call this film a romance would be too much of a stretch as well since it was mostly a story that involved one dilemma, and nothing else.
Nick Young comes from a wealthy Asian family and meets a Chinese/American girl in New York and decides to take her to Singapore to a wedding and introduce her to his family, though thinking it’ll be a smooth and harmless act, his family and friends tries their utter best to show that she doesn’t fit in.
Tale old as time, nothing more, nothing less. It wasn’t fresh, it was something that we’ve heard and seen over a million times before.
The mother who believes that no woman is good enough for her son, especially one that doesn’t come from wealth yet the mother was in the exact same position years ago, her husbands’ mother not approving of her. That annoys me, you’d think that out of EVERYONE she’d be the most understanding then but no.
It speeds up rather fast, it doesn’t go slow yet it falls flat and dull when there’s no building up to the actual plot, alongside flashy cars, fancy dresses, and huge mansions the movie lacks depth and soul. It’s just a script about a group of people flashing their millions thinking that money makes them better than anyone else. 3/10
Creator; David Holden
On season 5
The writer behind The War At Home starting Michael Rapaport from 2005 deliveries a fresh, cute, and highly entertaining rom-com between a beautiful chef and a handsome tech guy, living in the charming city of San Fransisco.
I discovered this fun show when in New York, at night once I returned to my hotel room I was driving myself insane not knowing what I was in the mood for, and as most of you may know, in the USA they got a whole different and larger range of tv-shows and movies on Netflix (strongly considering of sending a mail to Netflix in Sweden, making sure they start adding the same titles here as well),
Throughout my endless searching, I found Young and Hungry, and thought why not? I then realized I wanted something light, not anything that I had to put all my focus and energy on, just something to keep in the background until I fell asleep, but that failed once I became addicted to it and had to binge watch all of the episodes.
Young and Hungry revolves around Gabi, a hungry for fun gal with spunk, and her roommate Sophia.
One day Gabby gets the gig of becoming Josh’s personal chef, a handsome, young, rich, and famous tech guy and it becomes a ride of laughter, drama, and delicious dishes. A show for everyone to enjoy during dull and cloudy days. 7/10
Director; Greg Berlanti
1h 50 minutes
Out on Bluray/DVD on November 12th
Copy provided by Twentieth Century Fox Sweden
A movie that will not only move into your entire system and spread itself through every vein of yours like a sweet cocktail at Happy Hour, but also intoxicate you with its beautiful love story, overloaded cuteness, and meaningful message – having you completely and utterly floating on cloud nine by the ending with a smile from ear to ear.
Love, Simon is an important movie that should be seen by every soul out there, a story that will grab ahold of your heart and soul.
It is a script that is everything from intelligent, sincere, and lovely with a lot of depth. It never falls flat, doesn’t fail to make you smile, and is an all-around great film for everyone to enjoy.
Nick Robinson portrays Simon excellently in every aspect, besides a lovable face that the camera adores and delivering a fantastic act, there’s an essence all around him that simply makes it easy on the eye to watch him from beginning to end.
Here, we get to follow Simon, an ordinary teen in his all-around normal day like going to school and hanging with friends but carrying a huge secret within him.
Throughout, we get to be a part of him and his ride of revealing his true self to his family and the rest of his world that includes classmates and best friends.
Sweet, cute, and a splash romance. A film I strongly recommend for every generation to take the time and not only watch but to understand. To see that love exists in all different ways. To learn from his friends and family. To accept, to respect, and to be yourself. 8/10