As Nashville heads from ABC to CMT following a cancellation, we’ve already come to terms with the exits of Will Chase and Aubrey Peeples, but no one expected the show to carry on without Connie Britton, who only signed on for 10 out of 22 episodes of Season 5.
On Pretty Little Liars Season 7 Episode 9, “The Wrath of Kahn,” Hanna goes rogue as she attempts to take down Noel Kahn, who she presumes is their new stalker. Elsewhere, Spencer, Emily, and Aria try to uncover where she went as they, too, dig into Noel Kahn and his past.
Picture this: You’re 19/22-years-old, just having graduated college with your Bachelor’s degree in some field that you thought you were remotely interested in, you’re thousands of dollars in debt, and you’re pushed outside into the real world with your diploma and left saying: “Now what?”
Indignation is a movie that tries to combine the question of religion within an academic life, alongside a romance that never made sense in the first place.
What’s another movie about a white guy trying to find some purpose? Let’s talk about Indignation.
Recently, after a few poor decisions and lackluster rewatches, I decided to start a new series, Quantico, that had been getting rave reviews all season, despite the drawn out plot, something I normally shy away from.
Hanna: Now you have another cousin who wants to kill us.
Pretty Little Liars Season 7 Episode 7, “Original G’A’ngsters,” finds the girls starting to cope with their secretive murder, although they may just be at peace now that Sara Harvey died in the shower.
For those that have read/seen Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, most of us can agree that though the narrative and plot are disappoint, Scorpius Malfoy is an unexpected shining light.
Who would’ve believed that a Malfoy would’ve been the most interesting character in a Harry Potter story?
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, meaning Albus Severus, is the story of Harry Potter learning what being a father means while dealing with demons from his past, while his son experiences a very different childhood than he did, further separating them.
If you’re active on social media at all, you,l have heard that DC Comics’ newest feature film, Suicide Squad, was destroyed by critics. But as the same critics that reviewed Batman vs. Superman, is their Suicide Squad review really negligible?