Florence Pugh delivers one of the best performances of her career as Zach Braff’s A Good Person will leave audiences with all the feelings. A Good Person is not an easy film to watch. It deals with injuries, grief, and the trauma that comes with both of them. You can make the argument that there’s something of a happy ending but this two-hour-plus film does not have an easy path in reaching the point. But…"A Good Person Has All The Feelings"
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Shrinking follows a grieving therapist as he resorts to whatever habits he can while not hesitating to break the rules with his clients. I know what you’re thinking–how is this series any different from the Tim Baltz-starring Shrink? Can both series co-exist in a world where therapists break the rules? It’s quite possible although I would love to see more of Baltz in action after the Seeso series got the short end of the stick.…"Shrinking: A Comedy About Therapy, Grief"
Obi-Wan Kenobi: Part III marks the the halfway point of the 6-part limited series in the long-awaited Star Wars prequel series. Please be warned ahead of reading that the following contains light spoilers for the newest episode streaming on Disney+. One quick note before I dive into my review: the racist attacks on Moses Ingram have no place in the Star Wars fandom. For far too many years, people are using “bad writing” to make…"Obi-Wan Kenobi: Part III – The Halfway Point"
Cheaper by the Dozen isn’t the first remake of this particular title but the film finds a way to win audiences over with its heart. If you’ve seen the previous films, you get the gist of it: a blended family of 12 and all the headaches, heartache, and, of course, the humor that comes with it. It really is a contemporary take because they include the exes in the film. Kate (Erika Christensen) is more…"Cheaper by the Dozen: Remake Wins Us Over"