I came upon this docudrama the day after I decided to cut down on my social media screen time. Being under quarantine and having no choice but to stay at home as much as possible, we sometimes turn to social media for entertainment and connection. Sometimes you look up from your screen and realize that… Continue reading Docudrama Review: The Social Dilemma (2020)
I realize that I've been late to the party since the fourth series of Sherlock was released last 2017 and the fifth series is still under way. Although according to rumor mills, the reason why the fifth series is taking a while is because of a rift between Benedict Cumberbatch (Doctor Strange, The Current War)… Continue reading Series Review: Sherlock (Series 1-4, 2010-2017)
This film is one of those abysmally frustrating ones that traverse the protagonist's minds and would sometimes leave the viewers wondering, even after the end credits start to roll, on what it was all about.
I just finished binge-watching House of Cards this morning. I felt the usual feelings that I feel when I finish my self-imposed series marathons that occupy most of my days or weeks and blur my priorities in life. That familiar situation where you tell yourself "It's 2 am, this will be my last episode for… Continue reading House of Cards