We’re back with our review of the pilot episode of Lucky Hank, a witty midlife meltdown tale starring Bob Odenkirk as Professor “Hank” Devereaux, Jr., the unlikely chairman of an English department at a badly underfunded college who becomes increasingly unhinged navigating the chaos of personal and academic life. The show airs Sunday nights on AMC and AMC+.
“An English department chairman at an underfunded college, Professor Hank Devereaux toes the line between midlife crisis and full-blown meltdown, navigating the offbeat chaos in his personal and professional life.”
From M. Night Shyamalan, Servant follows a Philadelphia couple in mourning after an unspeakable tragedy creates a rift in their marriage and opens the door for a mysterious force to enter their home. Logan and Henry review the series, which just aired its final episode on Apple TV+.
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“A Philadelphia couple are in mourning after an unspeakable tragedy creates a rift in their marriage and opens a door for a mysterious force to enter their home.”
Bestowed with the powers of the gods, Billy Batson and his fellow foster kids are still learning how to juggle teenage life with having adult Super Hero alter-egos. But when the Daughters of Atlas, a vengeful trio of ancient gods, arrive on Earth in search of the magic stolen from them long ago, Billy-aka Shazam-and his family are thrust into a battle for their superpowers, their lives, and the fate of their world. Check out our review of Shazam! Fury of the Gods, now playing in theaters.
“The film continues the story of teenage Billy Batson who, upon reciting the magic word “SHAZAM!” is transformed into his adult Super Hero alter ego, Shazam.”
Logan and Henry reflect on the 95th Academy Awards that saw Everything Everywhere All at Once take home best picture and win the most awards of the night. Find out which of their predictions came true and what surprised them about this year’s winners and losers. Last but not least, Hugh Grant joins us and talks about his red carpet experience.
1. Sonic 2 – (3 out of 5) – Everyone’s favorite blue hedgehog is back with two more characters from the beloved franchise, Tails and Knuckles. The sequel offers up more of what made the first one a smash. Ben Schwartz, who voices Sonic, has managed to make the furry little guy work so well on the big screen. Unfortunately, the same can’t be said for Jim Carrey, who annoyingly continues to chew the scenery around him.
Whenever you think of Anna Kendrick, the words energetic and joyful come to mind. Kendrick has made a career out of playing relatable characters with a sharp wit. In real life, she also projects being a ray of sunshine during countless television appearances. As you can assume, as with any profession, the desire to step out of her comfort zone has probably crossed her mind. Alice Darlingis the Oscar nominee’s dive into a serious drama. There are no cups, trolls, or acapella, just pure and genuine emotion. How does she do?
Now living in London, Joe tries to lay low and resist old habits… until he’s forced to tie up loose ends and bond with a circle of wealthy socialites in You – Season 4 : Part 2. Check out our review of the second half of the season, now streaming on Netflix.
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“A dangerously charming, intensely obsessive young man goes to extreme measures to insert himself into the lives of those he is transfixed by.”
We’re back to review the epic first season of The Last of Us, which aired its final episode this past Sunday on HBO. Watch as we dive into our favorite episodes and discuss what we would like to see in future seasons of the show.
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“Joel and Ellie, a pair connected through the harshness of the world they live in, are forced to endure brutal circumstances and ruthless killers on a trek across post-pandemic America.”