“To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You” was released exclusively on Netflix on February 12th. Though I saw the trailers and of course, fans’ posts all over social media, I didn’t jump into it right away like I usually do. The main reason is the contentment I felt after watching “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.” To make things simpler, let me share two paragraphs from my review of Netflix’s “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before.”
This is a classic case of me falling in love with a film even though it only ran for 5 minutes. Yes, as mentioned in my previous film review, short length film have the power to convey their message faster and stronger. In Aaron Palabyab and Pong Ignacio’s film “A Second” (2012), it gave me more than that. But first, let’s talk about the film.
Short films, especially animated, are my ultimate favourite. Despite the short length, these forms have the power to convey their message faster and stronger. It always leaves something on its viewers just like this 8-minute film directed and animated by the British filmmaker Bexie Bush.
Am I late? I think not! The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina (CAOS) continues with season 3 which premiered on January 24, 2020. If you haven’t watched the first two seasons plus chapter eleven or their Christmas Special called “A Midwinter’s Tale”, you can stream all on Netflix. You’ll probably be done in two days and set to start watching season 3. Now before I share my thoughts on the latest season of this chilling show, let me share with you my thoughts on the previous seasons. Don’t worry I won’t reveal much. Chilling Adventures of Sabrina As her 16th birthday nears, Sabrina must choose between the witch world of her family and the human world of her friends. Based on the Archie comic. Season 1 First let me say that Sabrina Spellman, Casper, Archie, Betty, Veronica, Jughead and the rest of the Riverdale gang has a special place in my heart. I discovered these characters through the comic book series published by Archie Comics. Take note, I didn’t get to read all but I did …
Ever since I saw the coming-of-age thriller “Birdshot” by Mikhail Red, I’ve been conscious of his works. There are three, in particular, I’m very excited to see – Dead Kids (2019), Block Z (2020), Magic Temple (TBA). On December 1st last year, Netflix finally premiered Dead Kids. What are my thoughts? Based on the details Netflix post on their site, I can say that this movie is indeed dark and suspenseful!