Crimson staff writer
Mikel J. Davies
In the first three episodes, it feels as if the story’s accuracy comes at the expense of audience satisfaction.
Disappointingly, the movie falls into a number of overdone storytelling cliches and fails to give space for watchers to form a connection with the movie.
A fun read with a unique twist on a true crime-like story, this novel ultimately spreads itself too thin with an ever-growing cast of ensemble characters.
‘We Are The Light’ Review: An Empathetic Dive into the Human Psyche and the Process of Healing Through Art
“We Are The Light” tugs at heartstrings, but keeps readers engaged with unique prose, impressive character portrayals, and honest human fallibility.
Titled “Poli,” the second installment takes bold steps and further dives into the reasons behind the tension between the main characters Mira (Jessica Chastain) and Jonathan (Oscar Isaac).
Oscar Isaac and Jessica Chastain shimmer on the screen with striking talent as they portray the growing strains of their characters’ marriage.
The show goes far beyond solely focusing on inequality within academia. With its six strikingly short, thirty-minute episodes, “The Chair” does an excellent job of leaving audiences wanting more.
Filmed completely in Milan with a group of mostly unknown actors, “Zero” was a new venture into foreign-produced superhero franchises for Netflix.
There’s the iconic and well-known face, the beautiful landscape, and the subjects of the show itself — in many ways, “Life in Color” establishes itself in the tradition of Attenborough’s other nature documentaries.