Brian Regan’s comedy special, “On the Rocks” seems to be an allusion to what someone would order at a bar – nothing new or exciting. Unfortunately, this would also perfectly describe this comedy special.
Polar opposites, Tully and Kate, develop what seems to be an unbreakable bond in Netflix’s new show “Firefly Lane.”
“The Lost Apothecary” is a must-read historical fiction that transports a story from the present to the past.
Warner Bros. recently released “Zach Snyder’s Justice League” which is an exciting romp through the DC Comics universe, and a different movie than 2017’s “Justice League.”
HBO MAX’s new documentary, “Covid Diaries NYC,” brings to life the hardships that many middle to lower class families faced when the COVID-19 pandemic first started. Covid-19 impacted people all over the world in 2020.
Chris Smith’s “Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal” was an eye-opening documentary because of the amount of corruption it exposed.
“Medical Racism” is a two-hour film about racism people of color experience while seeking medical care.
“Yes Day” brings its audiences a feel-good, inspirational vibe that will make viewers laugh and bring them to tears all in the same 86-minute timeframe.
Netflix’s new coming-of-age film “Moxie” empowers women and covers hard topics. Amy Poehler made her directing debut in “Moxie” which is based on the book by Jennifer Mathieu.
HBO’s documentary, “Persona: The Dark Truth Behind Personality Tests” is worth watching. It explains how personality tests decide who a person is and how that decision affects their home and work life.