This part-review-part-analysis of Netflix’s new original series Jessica Jones is going to sound very similar to many other reviews out there right now. It’s basically fucking amazing.
A sentimental comedy, driven by a white male who utilizes his relationships with various women and his mentally ill best friend to achieve a deeper understanding of his own life. I could be describing any number of features which Hollywood spews out every couple of months (usually having something to do with the god-awful human […]
Ever since Parks & Rec announced that the seventh season would be the last, I have been wildly searching for something to replace the Pawnee shaped hole in my heart. I began re-watching 30 Rock again, almost as an act of denial. If I could just keep watching either Amy or Tina on repeat for the rest […]