In hindsight, I probably should’ve written and posted this (WAY) earlier, but either way, here we are now. I’m well aware that I didn’t watch every single movie from last year, actually to be quite frank, I probably didn’t even watch all of the popular ones, but 2018 definitely had its fair share of incredible movies.Continue reading “Ranked: The Best Movies (That I Watched) of 2018”
At the beginning of this past summer, I decided to binge watch a show called, Lie to Me, which is essentially about a deception expert, Dr. Cal Lightman, and his organization aimed at exposing liars by looking at facial expressions, “micro-expressions” and body language.Continue reading “Adventures in Binging: “Lie to Me””
It’s finally the season of stuffing your faces with whatever you want and waiting until January to feel bad about it, AKA my favorite time of year. Another thing that makes this the best season is all of the Christmas movies we can watch.Continue reading “Ranked: Underrated Christmas Movies”
I know this post is WAY past due but it’s finally here: I watched all of Marvel’s Runaways earlier this summer, just in time to get ready for the second season, which officially comes out on Hulu on December 21st, AKA tomorrow by the time this post comes out.Continue reading “Adventures in Binging: “Marvel’s Runaways””
So it’s been a while, a long while actually since I’ve really said anything (publicly) about Jake Paul. In fact, it’s been over a year since that first post. But then, YouTuber Shane Dawson, who I’ve been a moderate fan of over the years, decides he wants to make a mini docuseries on him and I got completely sucked in on all the drama. But I didn’t want to say anything until after all seven of the episodes were released because I didn’t want to assume or misjudge anything before I’d seen the entire thing. On that note, let’s dive in.
As we inch closer and closer to Halloween, we all start to watch Halloween-themed movies. Hell, Freeform even has 31 Nights of Halloween for the whole month of October! In my family, we like to have a big Halloween party (at least for the last couple of years) in conjunction with my birthday, which just so happens to be on October 20th. And it works because by now, my cousins and I have all kind of outgrown trick-or-treating and are therefore usually free around Halloween if not on Halloween night.
So earlier this past summer, I binge watched Rizzoli & Isles, a show based on the book series of the same name, about Detective Jane Rizzoli and medical examiner, Dr. Maura Isles (hence the show’s name) working together at BPD to solve crimes. Simple enough, and the seven seasons that the show goes on to have are what you’d typically expect in a procedural police drama show: a lot of police cases, some family drama that sometimes becomes bigger plots, and having a friendship I think all of us can relate to having.