Post-apocalyptic Las Vistas is a wilderness buzzing with animal mutants. She’ll pet them all — if they don’t eat her first. (courtesy of Netflix)
If you’ve watched a lot of shows or films (like me!) with teenage/child protagonists, there are a few things in terms of conflict and plot you expect.
There’s always at least：
Oh yes, and puppy love in the form of a crush (that…
When the legitimacy of his degree is challenged, lawyer Jeff Winger must return to school, where he meets a clan of misfit community college students. (courtesy of Netflix)
Community is a cult series created by Dan Harmon that has only gotten more popular since it was cancelled in 2015.
I watched it sporadically while it was still running and showing on cable, but had to skip out on the last season when it was cancelled, then revived at Yahoo Screen (RIP).
Now that it’s all on Netflix, I’ve finally caught up from beginning to end…although I almost didn’t finish.
In her follow-up stand-up special, Hannah Gadsby delves even deeper into the barrier between the audience and the comedian.
Hannah Gadsby returns for her second special and digs deeper into the complexities of popularity, identity and her most unusual dog park encounter. (courtesy of Netflix)
As she notes very early in the special, Hannah Gadsby is a comedian who wants to know why you’re here.
The Australian breakout, who made the heart-rending and mind-blowing 2018 special Nanette, is back for her second Netflix special, Hannah Gadsby: Douglas, and she knows that some people still don’t know who she is.
Whisper of the Heart is a classic Studio Ghibli film that feels very close to me as a creative worker.
After learning that all her library books were previously borrowed by the same person, schoolgirl Shizuku sets out to meet him and follow her dreams. (courtesy of Netflix)
I can’t stop thinking about this film. I watched it during my birthday this year as part of a Studio Ghibli spree (watch out for Kiki’s Delivery Service, should be reviewing that next!), because the blurb above seemed sweet and nerdy like me.
Was I wrong? Nope, but I was surprised at…
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