Season 2 of “Love, Victor” is out now! Follow this post for weekly updates of my review of this show as Victor and Benji’s relationship is set to go public at school, Mia continues to struggle with that and everything else going on in her life, and both Victor’s parents try to put on brave faces through their separation and after their son’s coming out.
“Loki” is the next long-awaited Disney+ TV series to be released this year after “WandaVision” and “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier”. A fan favourite character despite his tendency to be a both a supervillain and an antihero but always cocky and nearly always self-serving, what will the narcissistic but lovable “God of Mischief” get up to in this TV show centred on himself?
“If she doesn’t scare you, no evil thing will!” Well, this reimagined, younger, punk rock rebel version of Cruella de Vil isn’t scary but she’s definitely a badass. Read here to find out what I thought of the new Cruella film, starring Emma Stone and Emma Thompson.
Comedy queen Melissa McCarthy and versatile, award-winning actress Octavia Spencer team up as unlikely superheroes in the action comedy “Thunder Force”. It might not be a game-changer in the genre and won’t change most people’s minds about McCarthy, but is an enjoyable watch nonetheless.
Sue Cheung’s debut young adult novel “Chinglish” retells her funny, quirky and often sad life growing up above her mad parents’ Chinese takeaway. Here’s my review of this award-winning book.
Jackie Chan’s most recent film “Vanguard” (2020), has been described as putting “James Bond and Ridley Scott sci-fi to shame”. But does this action-packed thriller where Chan isn’t even the lead character live up to its expectations?
Following on from the acclaimed WandaVision series comes The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, which brings together Captain America’s two former friends as they have to team up once more! This review will be done in six parts as each episode is released.
Is it a sitcom? Is it an action thriller? Is it a mystery drama? No, WandaVision a unique mixture of all three genres that has had us all under its spell as it took us on a magical journey to explore the new but not all it seems lives of Wanda and Vision.
Happy World Book Day! An international best-seller and a blockbuster film, Crazy Rich Asians got tongues wagging and jaws dropping at how Singapore’s super rich elite class live. But is the book all style and no substance?
“Love, Victor”, the spin-off series to the film “Love, Simon”, has debuted on Disney+. Follow this post to read more about it as new episodes are released each week!