In this new, thrilling drama series, Kate Wallis (Olivia Holt), a popular highschooler, is kidnapped in the summer of 1993. Shortly after Kate went missing, Jeanette Turner (Chiara Aurelia) almost inserted herself into Kate’s place.
This show stands out with its diverse casting and ambitious world-building. Every character goes through excellent character development throughout the show, and its storyline keeps you on your toes.
Days after the world exhaled in relief as Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murdering George Floyd, Marvel undraped Anthony Mackie's Sam Wilson because the new Captain America — within the method, creating a poignant argument for why a Black hero would rise to defend a country that usually mistreats people that look like him.
Call of Duty: Warzone began to ramp up toward the end of the season with the “Destruction of Verdansk” which put the future of Verdansk in doubt.
On the twelfth of March, 2019, Operation Varsity Blues, an investigation on crimes related to college admissions was made public. It exposed the corruption of the admissions process that many wealthy parents had paid hundreds of thousands of dollars in bribes to get their children accepted into prestigious universities.
Do you remember family vacations? The ones with the long car ride in a packed minivan, with snacks and drinks in the cooler, and only a few bathroom breaks? I sure do, chaos, laughter, and always a few fights, this resembled the Croods’ everyday life, the starring family of a movie I recently watched.
Everyone knows that Legally Blonde-- a believe yourself rom-com that had people obsessing over the main character, Elle Woods--turns twenty years old this year. But what has changed in the past twenty years? Is the storyline still viewed the same way? Or do people know better to be concerned about some aspects of the movie?
If you’re ever looking for a rather mindless British mystery adventure crime drama to binge-watch, then The Irregulars is a pretty good choice.
Imagine the most beautiful nightmare you’ve ever had. That’s the best way to describe Ridley Scott’s 1982 Blade Runner.
As it is advertised as a feminist coming of age film, most of Moxie’s audience are coming from exceptional movies like Booksmart, Lady Bird, and, Eighth Grade, which all are undoubtedly realistic in their portrayals of young women’s journey to self discovery.