You know going in that ‘Falling’ has an impossible hostage situation, but from the very start it goes in alllll kinds of directions that you simply could not envision.
This Ethiopian-inspired reimagining of Jane Eyre is gritty and dark, but hopeful, with a determined Black girl as the protagonist.
In a world where Black women are regularly and repeatedly pitted against each other, on a show based entirely on interpersonal drama, it’s a wonderful reprieve to see the support and trust that they’re capable of.
Float Plan is emotional, enlightening, empowering, encouraging —I think it could *and should* be the PS I Love You meets Eat Pray Love of our time.
Love & Anarchy is as much of a flirtatious, spontaneous, surprisingly sweet adventure as the trailer had me expecting.
Charming, cozy, low-angst comfort with startlingly accurate anxiety rep, and a very relatably once-scorned-now-grumpy Romance hero.
Betty feels like a daydream. Do we really live in a world where this beautiful authentic gorgeous intimate incredible moment gets made into a movie, and then HBO picks it up for a series? Is the world really that good a place right now?