They’ll always be there for eachother, but check out who I would want to be there for me-least to most. … More Ranking the Friends
In the world of television, good shows come and go. However, while we are considered to be in the “golden age” era of television, there are a number of standou t shows that have finished their run, and yet still hold up in any rewatch today. Below is the list of shows that I enjoyed … More My Favorite Shows That Have Ended
During the 60th Annual Grammy Awards, the very anticipated Celebrity version of Big Brother’s cast was finally announced. And while the rumor mill was constant for the past few months on who would actually be cast, the finalized group came as a surprise to most fans. So, how will these 11 celebrities fair locked in … More Assessing the Celebrity Big Brother Cast
Click on the Image below to watch my review of my favorite movie EVER, Mean Girls!
With a film with as much anticipation as Justice League had, the bar was set incredibly high. With an all star cast of some of the biggest names in DC Comics, Justice League was poised to be a huge success. However, while the heroes themselves saved the day, the film failed to do so in its overall … More Why “Justice League” Didn’t Save The Day
When X-Men: The Last Stand debuted in 2005, it received mixed to negative reviews. Many of these reasons were obvious, both to me and clearly to all the film reviewers. Important characters of the X-Men series were just randomly killed off, the plot was a complete mess, and new characters were introduced randomly with little to no … More 3 Film Style Examples That Made X-Men 3 Even Worse
3 episodes into Heroes, Healers and Hustlers, Survivor opted to activate one of its most popular twists: the tribe switches. With 6 Healers, 5 Heroes and 4 Hustlers remaining, the survivors arrived to a reward challenge in episode 4 with Probst telling them all “drop your buffs.” The 14 remaining players drew new buffs, and were assigned to 3 … More Survivor Episodes 4-6 Analysis