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Kung Fu (2021)
This TV series' title should end with a question mark, because even the screenwriters seem to have absolutely no idea what story they're telling!
From the most overused, cliche'd, and stereotypical Asian tropes having the most mediocre of conversations while speeding through crucial plot points as if they were the answer to the question, "Are you human?"
My Octopus Teacher (2020)
No wonder it won an Oscar!
Initially, I thought it would be another cheesy documentary; believe me, I've seen thousands! And then, that voice! It hooks you in, as you feel yourself part of the discovery. Watch and learn, they say. Watch her learn, I say! With no lessons, no teacher, no mother. In this yearlong and lifelong journey through self-discovery.
It's like X-Files, except that they're just making things up as they go along.
Superman and Lois (2021)
Superheroes living real lives?
If I wanted to watch real life I'd look in the mirror and practically everywhere else. Not where I would normally go for entertainment.
Monster Hunter (2020)
Kudos to Milla & Ron!
What started out as a 2020's Stargate was merely a prologue to an excellently edited, gut-wrenching, and seat-of-your-pants action movie!
And wait for the post-credits.
Honest Thief (2020)
He's got skills
A great ride, despite knowing the premise, and of course, the eventual outcome.
The most beautiful TV Series episode I have never seen... in the usual way, that is.
Emily in Paris (2020)
Fish out of water
Your typical fish out of water storyline but what a beautiful fish and such beautiful waters. A great study on cultural differentiation, sometimes highlighting what's wrong with the American psyche when viewed from a foreign lens. In short, they sometimes just overthink everything. Vive la différence! C'est la vie!
Love Sarah (2020)
Life goes on
"An end can be a beginning," is cliche as cliche gets. But this year's beginning has made us look forward to its eventual end, towards another... hopefully better beginning. #donvy
Enola Holmes (2020)
No! Not him!
What a casting catastrophe! Sherlock? Really? Such an insult to the impressive actors prior. So distracting from an excellent story.
The Devil All the Time (2020)
It's comforting to see a version of this world where this pandemic isn't the worst thing that could happen. Let us ensure humanity's survival by not all thinking the same thoughts.
Raised by Wolves (2020)
Ridley Scott. 'Nuff said.
Not what you think, better than expected! It's by Ridley Scott, after all.
The One and Only Ivan (2020)
The windows to the soul. When might we be able to see this much humanity again... within us and our fellow humans? And there's a post-credits clip, just wait and see.
Ted Lasso (2020)
A refreshing perspective
Proof that kindness can still take the lead role in a major production and garner accolades if not from industry bodies but from those that matter: viewers.
Good Girls (2018)
Breaking bad three times
This series throws you a curve ball just when you thought you were getting comfortable with your popcorn and... bourbon.
Dark City (1998)
The matrix reimagined
An eye-opening glimpse into the inner workings of the matrix's other dimensions.
The High Note (2020)
A noteable journey
In more ways than one, a musical journey across generations.
Sci-Fi fans must-see!
We know who the true monsters are, always. That's why the aliens would never touch us with a ten-light-year pole.
If you love Black Mirror, you will hate yourself if you miss this. Here is 10 times more!
A Thousand Cuts (2020)
Not a documentary. More marketing than anything else.
What a royal waste of time! Were we expected to be enlightened with disparate snapshots of slightly related events with absolutely no clear evidence of any journalistic activity? Their entitled millennial workforce, none of whom are witnesses to history, have now developed a sense of self-importance by their mere affiliation. Trying on clothes, getting a haircut, idle chit-chat on the way to the podium; have they no footage of actual news-gathering or investigative journalism activities to fulfill their runtime obligation? Besides, all parties are portrayed with no one's integrity intact. What's the whole point? If this is the story of the Filipino, I will see you all on the other side, wherever that may be.
21 Bridges (2019)
Philippines in the time of Covid19
The extent of corruption
depicted in this fiction,
bears so much familiarity
in this country's reality.
I'd rather look the devil in the eye, at that moment when I die - not referring to the Covid-19, but this country's leader I'm in.
Destination Wedding (2018)
I aspire to write and speak as well as these
Reminiscent of much simpler times, the premise in the situations are a far cry from our constant barrage of superheroes and Michael Bay explosions. I welcome it wholeheartedly! It's a breath of fresh air! It's relatable, believable, palatable.