Disney Animation carries a lot of weight as a brand when it comes to the age of reboots and remakes no one specifically asked for but everyone enjoys anyway. The studio that got famous on translating fairy tales and legends to the big screen, doesn’t enter the 21st Century for just any reason. Indeed, Ralph Breaks The Internet doesnʼt find its legitimacy with its almost … Lees verder Review: Ralph Breaks The Patriarchy
‘Game of Thrones’ is the best show on television. That doesn’t mean its fourth season is without flaws. It just means that the show pushes the boundaries of television and offers an experience that’s unmatched in our time. Read more at MySeries.tv Lees verder Game of Thrones – Season 4
The O.C.’s first season is one of the most perfect set of episodes ever created. In tone, theme, authenticity and good old drama the show features a consistent string of adventures. Ten years after the season concluded, the show is as relevant, charming and outright entertaining as it ever was. It remains a prime example of what television can and should be.
“I’m never getting married” a soothing but feisty female voice narrates as the camera pans over a seedy motel with flickering neon lights. The silhouettes of two lovers are visible through the drapes of one of the windows. A middle-aged man walks in a female bathrobe down the wooden stairs to the ice machine. It’s the kind of back-alley, noir realism that Veronica Mars excels in. There she is, staking out in her convertible, with a jar of coffee to help her through the night as she waits for the money shot, while preparing for the calculus exam in a couple of hours. The petite blonde lead is a lot of things at once. An unconventional protagonist. A feminist hero. A teenager. An outcast. A private detective. The list goes on and on. Even as the expositional narration, the faded colored t-shirts and the spiky hair reveal that both Veronica and her show live in the early naughties, it’s apparent that this girl should not be underestimated.