Jump to navigation
CELEBRATING ONE HUNDRED AND TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF EDITORIAL FREEDOM
Mariah Carey, heartbreaker that she is, has a set of rules. One of them, explicitly stated to the camera in her new docu-series “Mariah’s World,” ordains that Mariah Carey will never be seen in fluorescent lighting without sunglasses.
Like all of the live musicals that came before it, the book scenes dragged, preventing the show from gaining any real momentum.
The stunning similarities between today’s advancements in science and technology and the technology in the show are the basis on which ‘Incorporated’ thrives.
He’s a man! He’s a musical! He’s an episode of Drunk History!
Maybe “Insecure” doesn’t aim to tell us who its characters are, but who they can be.
It’s a copy, but a worse one. A satire, but weaker. A show that, by all accounts, isn’t worth an investment.
Is it still enlightening to show how the mind of a racist works, or is it unfair to ask us to empathize with someone who won’t extend us the same kindness?
The revival somewhat resembles the oversized portrait of Richard commissioned by Emily that sits in the Gilmore living room.
Friday nights at five were reserved for Walt Disney — more specifically, for Disney Channel Original Movies.
Perhaps what makes “3%” so captivating for a mature audience is the depth portrayed in its characters.