Netflix’s ‘Untold’ – Worth Binging or Nah?

Untold tells the stories of some of the most decisive moments in sports history – from the controversial hockey team known as The Danbury Trashers, to a brawl at the Palace and a tennis player fighting his own brain, to…

‘Obama: In Pursuit of A More Perfect Union’ Review

HBO’s documentary on Former President Obama, titled Obama: In Pursuit of a More Perfect Union is a mixed bag, but ultimately watchable.

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.

Netflix Releases Trailer For Naomi Osaka Documentary

Naomi Osaka – the documentary – is coming to Netflix on July 16th, and we’re super excited to learn more about this badass.

What to Watch: Simone vs Herself

Simone vs Herself is now available on Facebook Watch, and it should fill your quota of content from the GOAT before the actual Olympics

‘The Emoji Story’ Trailer & Synopsis

We use them every day … and it’s time to learn about their history. We’re talking about emojis. For us, it is as easy as pressing a button but, who discovered this way of communicating? How has it been achieved…

See The Trailer For Billie Eilish’s New Documentary ‘The World’s A Little Blurry’

If you wanted to know more about Billie Eilish, now is your chance because her new documentary ‘The World’s A Little Blurry’ will do that.

And She Could Be Next Documentary Review

There’s something uplifting about And She Could Be Next, the PBS documentary, which boasts Ava Duvernay among its Executive Producers, and focuses on women of color in politics. Maybe it’s the idea that, in some not so far away future,…

See The Trailer For ‘John Lewis: Good Trouble’

John Lewis: Good Trouble is available now and this is a movie that you don’t want to miss.

Exclusive Interview with Neil Gaiman: Live Dangerously Director Patrick Meaney

For Patrick Meaney, Neil Gaiman: Live Dangerously was a labor of love, but it was also an exercise in restraint. After all, you can be a fan and do your job as a filmmaker, but you still inevitably have to…

Neil Gaiman: Dream Dangerously Review

To watch Neil Gaiman: Dream Dangerously is to fall in love with Neil Gaiman, be it for the first time, for the eleventh, or for the fortieth. Mostly because to know Neil Gaiman is to love him, but also because…