Following their breakup, a former couple ends up duking it out in order to determine the right to their bar in the Bar Fight! The premise behind Bar Fight! is one that makes for a solid comedy. We’ve seen what couples go through when they break up or divorce. What many of these films do not generally show is what happens with their friends and other local favorites. It makes sense that they would keep…"Bar Fight! Is A Battle For The Ages"
While the idea behind Blockbuster is funny, the comedy series itself is not the laugh-out-loud comedy that audiences were expecting. I went into this series wanting to enjoy it. Upon watching the series in the course of two different sittings, I wish I could say that I did. It’s a ten-episode half hour comedy series. I’m wondering if this is the sort of show that works better on broadcast with a longer series order. It’s…"Blockbuster Is Not A Laugh-Out-Loud Comedy"
The final season of Brooklyn Nine-Nine came with intense pressure to deliver humor while also reflecting the changed world it inhabits. That Brooklyn Nine-Nine succeeded is a credit to its showrunners and writing staff. Sitcoms and dramas had one of two choices as a result of the pandemic. They could live in a world where the pandemic doesn’t exist or they could incorporate it into their series. Wisely, they did the latter. Cop drama and…"Brooklyn Nine-Nine Finds Place In A Changed World"
A Stone in the Water is a gripping psychological thriller in Oregon that finds one woman getting into something far bigger than she knows. Following a brief prologue to set the tone, we’re introduced to Alex Parker (Melissa Fumero). We don’t know much about her other than she’s on the run from Frank (David Fumero). Viewers will come to learn she’s pregnant. One thing leads to another and Alex soon heads to live with Martha (Bonnie Bedelia). …"A Stone in the Water: A Gripping Thriller"