Between trying to find yourself in your teenage years and people who just seem to love to make your life more complicated. Growing up can definitely be a chore, and The Mitchells vs. the Machines captures those feeling and somehow turns it into a fantastic journey.
Last Chance U couldn’t capture the highs and lows of playing a sport any better than they already have. Blood, sweat, and tears build brotherhood even among the most unlikely individuals.
It’s fun, engaging, and relatable throughout its run, and it’s sure to be a must-watch by many basketball fans.
When The Karate Kid came to theaters in 1984 I’m certain that the creators as well as the actors did not believe the series would be relevant over 30 years later. Not only that but since Cobra Kai began it has proved itself to be a remarkable continuation of The Karate Kid.
The balance between campy and serious tones make for an enjoyable show. Even if some of the moments are a little corny for their own good.
This is how you bring back a classic! Cobra Kai is an action-packed, comedic, well-executed drama that succeeds at most levels as a TV show.
This is a love letter to the fans of the original Karate Kid but even if you don’t have a history with this series it’s still incredibly easy to dive right into.
Have you ever seen the world through the eyes of a person who believes they’re in the right when that couldn’t be further from the truth? Joe Goldberg (Penn Badgley) is a loner who works at a book store that keeps to himself for the most part.
Until one faithful day when a woman named Genevieve Beck (Elizabeth Lail) walks into his store. Joe becomes infatuated with Beck, and he will stop at nothing to gain her love.