“Procession” is a documentary that is impactful and focuses on the darkness that some have experienced with Catholic priests“Procession” begins with a video from a press conference in Kansas City, Missouri in August 2018.
“Tiger King 2” is plotless and repetitive as the cast is consistent in looping around the same reasoning and quarrels throughout the season.Season one was the craze during the pandemic.
The autobiographical musical “Tick, Tick…Boom!” tells the story of playwright Jonathan Larson, based on the year he turned 30 and his struggles as an artist.The story begins with a 29-year old writer in 1990, who turns 30 in a couple of days and questions his career choices of aspiring to be a musical composer in New York City.
Sequels can be great. Sequels can also be awful, but this sequel was not only great, but it was also cute, cheesy, and great at the same time. “Who you going to call?”Yeah, you know where that’s from, the one and only “Ghostbusters” franchise.
R&B singer Jorja Smith puts together an experimental EP titled “Be Right Back.” In 25 minutes and 39 seconds, Smith clears the air that this in fact is not her second album.
With so many deals college students are offered, Spotify reigns supreme from all of the rest.
EPIX’s new series “Fall River” might just be the docu-series that grabs viewers’ attention. It contains very graphic depictions.
Los Angeles City College put together a wonderful and emotional tribute in honor of the late Kabwe Chanda. The concert was shared publicly to many outside of LACC to help celebrate Chanda’s life and presence that he had during his time of work.
Holiday season is the happiest time of the year. Romcoms include a formula that gives viewers a sense of nostalgia. Adding a modern twist to a holiday guilty pleasure, queer Christmas romcom “Happiest Season” follows main characters Abby (Kristen Stewart) and Harper (Mackenzie Davis). Worried about her girlfriend being alone for Christmas, Harper invites Abby to come along with her.