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‘Golden: The Journey of USA’s Elite Gymnasts’ Episode 6 Review

Golden: The Journey of USA’s Elite Gymnasts episode five Trials focuses on the Olympic Trials selection, the question of what’s next for all of the gymnasts, and the love all of them have for the sport. It features, as seen…

‘Golden: The Journey of USA’s Elite Gymnasts’ Episode 5 Review

Episode five of Golden: The Journey of USA’s Elite Gymnasts is riveting, emotional, and delves into the costs of being a world champion.

‘Golden: The Journey of USA’s Elite Gymnasts’ Episode 4 Review

Episode four of Golden: The Journey of the USA’s Elite Gymnasts is all about the champion mindset and the highs and lows of the US Classic.

Naomi Osaka Documentary Review: The Growth of A Champion

Netflix’s limited series documentary on Naomi Osaka is quiet, understated, and perfectly encapsulates Naomi’s personality and growth.

‘Naomi Osaka’ Documentary Advanced Review

The Naomi Osaka documentary on Netflix is quiet, introspective, and illuminating. Here is a first look at the limited series documentary.

Golden: The Journey of USA’s Elite Gymnasts Episode 3 Review

Episode three of ‘Golden’ focuses on the National Team Camp, the past and the present, and one gymnast’s road to using her voice for change.

Golden: The Journey of USA’s Elite Gymnasts Episode 2 Review

‘Golden: The Journey of USA’s Elite Gymnasts’ asks the question “What’s in a Coach?” in episode two of the Peacock series.

‘Golden: The Journey of the USA’s Elite Gymnasts’ Episode 1 Review

The first episode of Golden: The Journey of the USA’s Elite Gymnasts is candid, interesting, and allows the athletes to speak for themselves.

New ‘Borderlands’ Pictures Have Dropped!

As I mentioned in my previous post on Borderlands, I’m a huge fan of the game series and heavily invested in the movie getting the vibes of the games right. The movie has just finished filming, and they ended it…

A Chris Evans Appreciation Post For His Birthday

June 13th is Chris Evans‘ fortieth birthday, and to celebrate, I thought I would post his top five moments of the year. Like all of us, the actor has been in lockdown this year, but his tweets, interviews, and pictures…

Inside By Bo Burnham – A Review

Bo Burnham’s new special Inside is self-aware. It’s self-aware in a way that is sometimes difficult to watch, but is also funny, even as it circles back around to being self-aware about being self-aware. Bo Burnham knows his privilege, knows…

The ‘Borderlands’ Characters First Looks Are Here and We’re Excited!

Jamie Lee Curtis has been awesome, and released Borderlands character teases for the upcoming Lionsgate film, which means we can all geek out together! As someone who has played all the games more than once, I have a lot of…

5 Music Documentaries on Netflix Now

Here are the five best music documentaries about the best music and producers that you can binge on Netflix right now.

TV Recommendation: “Romance is a Bonus Book”

‘Romance is a Bonus Book’ is the perfect Korean drama weekend binge for any romance lover out there!

10 Extraordinary Books To Read in 2021

Looking for some books to check out in 2021? Here are some extraordinary books that we think you should check out!

You’ve Written A Strong Female Character, Now What?

You’ve done the unimaginable – you’ve written a strong female character, who seems to derive her self-worth, not from the world, but from herself and her choices. This character isn’t necessarily good, or even bad, but she’s strong, opinionated, capable,…

Love and Monsters: Can Love Co-exist in the Apocalypse?

Love and Monsters is a witty, charming take on the apocalypse, featuring the goodest boy to ever dog and some other good actors.

Pride and Prejudice and Persistent Positivity

This article has spoilers. For a book that was published in 1813. One that has spawned numerous movie and television adaptions. Seriously, it’s not my fault if you’re spoiled. But, you know, read ahead at your own risk. A convenient…

Palm Springs Review: A Tale of Two Movies

We both hated and love Palm Springs in equal measure. Okay, maybe not in equal measure. Maybe we are leaning towards hate.

The Remarkable Act of Not Giving a Fuck

For the purposes of this editorial I want to make clear the act of not giving a fuck versus apathy. Apathy is total disinterest, defined by a lack of enthusiasm or concern. When you’re apathetic about something you don’t care.…

How to Train Your Patronus – Protecting Your Spheres

Dementors first premiered in J.K Rowling’s 1999 release of the Prisoner of Azkaban. They are soulless beings who feed on the happiness of others, creating a bleak despair that is incapacitating, which is why they are used to guard the…