Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer Review

Written By: Micah Croom Score: 8.5/10 With over 50 new selections recently added onto Netflix’s platform, it’s hard for consumers to narrow down to a select few and decide which ones are worth spending their time on binging. However, if you’re into suspense thrillers and murder mysteries, the streaming service certainly has you covered.  OneContinue reading “Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer Review”

Finding ’Ohana: Netflix’s Gen Z Rendition of The Goonies

Score: 6/10 What do you get when you combine the charming Hawaiian culture and family values of Lilo and Stitch with the fun but perilous treasure hunting adventure of The Goonies? You’ll end up with Netflix’s Finding ’Ohana, directed by Jude Weng and written by Christina Strain. Released on January 29, 2021, the film followsContinue reading “Finding ’Ohana: Netflix’s Gen Z Rendition of The Goonies”

Tiny Pretty Things: A Ballet Drama with a Heavy Dose of Soap Opera Antics

Score: 6.5/10 “I can find the tiny pretty things you love and tear their wings off.” Ballet in the real world is full of fierce competition and the desire to outshine everyone else in the room. Although it is a beautiful art form that has been crafted and enhanced for centuries, there are undoubtedly darkContinue reading “Tiny Pretty Things: A Ballet Drama with a Heavy Dose of Soap Opera Antics”

Bling Empire: The Crazy Rich Asians of the Real World

Written By: Micah Croom Score: 8.7/10 With 2020 finally being over, it seems as if everyone and everything is seeking a fresh start, preparing to be out with the old and in with the new. Netflix is bringing this ideology into full force with the projected expectancy of nearly 100 IP’s (Internet Properties) being introducedContinue reading “Bling Empire: The Crazy Rich Asians of the Real World”

Death to 2020: You Laugh, But it’s True

Score: 7/10 An entire month has already gone by in the new year of 2021, but the world is still reeling from the aftermath of every single sh*t storm that took place in the insane year of 2020. Who would have thought that 2020, with its nicely symmetrical numbers, would make so many different aspectsContinue reading “Death to 2020: You Laugh, But it’s True”

What Happened to Mr. Cha? Review

Micah Croom Croom is a 22-year old Ivy – League Graduate from Long, Beach California. More about author What Happened to Mr. Cha? is a Chinese produced film conducted by Kim Dong – Kyu, who is responsible for multiple Korean blockbusters as well as films well-known to Hong Kong. This film in particular is consideredContinue reading “What Happened to Mr. Cha? Review”

The 13th , An Original on Netflix

Micah Croom Croom is a 22-year old Ivy – League Graduate from Long, Beach California. More about author Given the series of events that have transpired within the past 12 months, one could easily deem 2020 as one of the most adversarial as well as unprecedented times in American history. Although there are many contributingContinue reading “The 13th , An Original on Netflix”

Pieces of a Woman: A Personal Look into Grief and Loss, Redefined

Score: 6/10 Pieces of a Woman (2020), directed by Kornél Mundruczó and written by Kata Wéber, is a drama film that follows the unraveling of a woman and her ties to her family following a tragic incident at her home. Based on the stage play of the same name, the story of Pieces of aContinue reading “Pieces of a Woman: A Personal Look into Grief and Loss, Redefined”

Knocking Down The House Review

Micah Croom Croom is a 22-year old Ivy – League Graduate from Long, Beach California. More about author The opening scene brings us to a young, vibrant, & brilliant woman staring in the mirror. She looks anxious as if she’s realizing she’s preparing to take on one of the biggest challenges of her life. AsContinue reading Knocking Down The House Review

Review on Disney’s Soul

Micah Croom Croom is a 22-year old Ivy – League Graduate from Long, Beach California. More about author Disney’s Soul is a movie that was expected to release on October 20th of 2020. However, due to COVID-19 protocols, it was postponed until Christmas of last year. The film is a Pixar Animation piece directed byContinue reading “Review on Disney’s Soul”