‘Squid Game’ has captured millions of viewers’ attention, but to what extent can the buzz generated by a piece of entertainment impact our evaluation of its quality?
In the September edition of ‘What I’ve Been Watching’, I cover the third season of Sex Education, a show that might just be my favourite ongoing series.
For the August edition of ‘What I’ve Been Watching’, I eulogize about School of Rock and explore the reasons why it resonates so strongly with me and many others 18 years after its release.
The thrill of Mike White’s satirical piece of television is not finding out whodunnit; it is watching its immensely gifted showrunner tackle several issues such as class divisions, gender roles, and grief in a simultaneously poignant and hysterical fashion.
This latest entry in my monthly series highlights three features which illuminate multiple LGBT issues in a striking and moving fashion.
A rousing celebration of the Dominican community of Washington Heights, Jon M. Chu’s adaptation of Lin-Manuel Mirand’s stage show is joyous, emotionally resonant, and an essential theatrical experience.
I reflect upon hardly being able to attend a cinema over the past year and give my thoughts on my first visit since last September.
In this latest edition of ‘What I’ve Been Watching’, I highlight five films starring or directed by a few of the people nominated at the latest Academy Awards.
A fine tonal juxtaposition, a breakout turn for Rachel Sennott, and an enthralling unveiling of Seligman’s writing and directorial talents, it will be difficult to find a movie that is as simultaneously stressful and thrilling as this one in 2021.
Having delved into Japanese cinema over the past month, I spotlight five highly impressive films from the nation, ranging from historical dramas to psychological horror.