Movie Review: ‘Hello, My Name Is Doris’

There is much secondhand embarrassment to be felt in Hello, My Name is Doris, a cross-generational independent film from comedian Michael Showalter (Wet Hot American Summer). I don’t necessarily mean that in a bad way. This quirky film has – unsurprisingly – a…

Jane the Virgin Review: “Chapter Thirty-Three”

Sometimes Jane the Virgin is hard to watch – not in a bad way. I mean that in more of a “too much secondhand embarrassment to feel in the span of an hour” way.

Jane the Virgin Review: “Chapter Thirty-Two”

It was all relative last night on Jane the Virgin. As our favorite and all-knowing narrator reminded us this week, “hardship isn’t a competition.” It’s something that’s very easy to forget when having a bad day.

Jane the Virgin Review: Midseason Premiere – “Chapter Thirty-One”

It’s a truth universally acknowledged, that… Jane and I have the same basketball skills—or lack thereof. What leads Jane to go one-on-one with a college basketball star who goes by McBaskets? Let’s break down the winter premiere of Jane the Virgin.

‘Concussion’ Movie Review: Will Smith’s new drama is no game-changer

What can be said about Concussion outside that it’s Will Smith’s best performance in years? Too bad it’s for a movie mostly plays it safe and isn’t as thrilling or biting as it aspires to be. I’m not a sports…

TV Review: Jane the Virgin Winter Finale – “Chapter Thirty”

Welcome back to The Young Folks’ Jane the Virgin Season 2 coverage! Click here to read our previous coverage of the series. Jane is told by her smart (and super attractive) advisor that sometimes you need to break the rules to…

The Film Canon: Sense and Sensibility (1995)

Sense and Sensibility is a film I discovered years later during an obsessive teenage phase of romantic period dramas. I went through them all and only had two films that I enjoyed re-watching over and over again. One of them…