I Care A Lot [2021]

Rosamund Pike (Marla Grayson) and Peter Dinklage (Roman Lunyov) do excellent work in I Care A Lot, but they’re acting in a story that doesn’t give the audience anyone to root for.

Mrs. Fletcher [2019]

Mrs. Fletcher is definitely an explicit series. Kathryn Hahn who plays Eve is a divorcée and is undergoing a mid-life crisis.

It’s A Sin – Miniseries [2021]

“It’s a Sin” is a miniseries you’re going to want to watch: bold, witty, and wrenching AIDS Drama. It’s a chronicle of four friends during a decade in which everything changed, including the rise of AIDS. Created by Russel T Davis (Queer As Folk), the series starts in London early […]

Papillon [2018]

Don’t get me wrong, the actors (all of them, not just Charlier and Rami) were great. But this version of the movie falls a tiny bit behind the 1973 one.

Soul [2020]

With Soul, Pixar has raised the bar so high. Just when I thought that “inside out” was one deep film, Soul comes shattering that idea.

Schitt’s Creek [2015-2020]

My Dear “Be-be”s, give Schitt’s Creek a chance! It keeps on getting better! Please don’t end! I want more! Those were my exact words after watching the final season. Schitt’s creek, a pure Canadian show, (of six seasons) tackles the story of “the Rose” family, (Johnny, Moira, David and Alexis) […]

Dollface [2019]

“Hide the di***!” Kat Dennings is a comedy treasure! I have no idea why it took me over a year to even know that this show exists.

Two Weeks To Live [2020]

Maisie Williams is back on TV with Two Weeks to Live, a British 6 part (almost 30 min per episode) miniseries produced by SKY.

Anna [2019]

Writer and director Luc Beson does it again. A smart action movie with a great cast and endless (good) plot twists that keep you engaged for the whole 2h long movie. Anna Poliatova (Sasha Luss) is a strikingly beautiful Russian with a secret that will make her one of the […]

Listen [2017]

Listen! Finally, a decent Lebanese movie that is not about the civil war and it’s not a complete joke.

Greenland [2020]

Gerard Butler is here to save the world once again. But this science fiction thriller achieves a small impact compared to its “extinction level” comets.