Let’s talk about the Netflix Gilmore Girls Revival “Gilmore Girls: A Year in the Life.” Four 90ish minute episodes: Winter, Spring, Summer, and Fall. These episodes give you all of the nostalgia you were expecting… Everyone came back, everyone that could anyway…Declassify >
Spoiler Free Review
Marvel has done it again. Luke Cage, the newest addition to Marvel’s growing Netflix arsenal of entertainment has been so well done, it not only stands on its own, it further expands the larger Marvel Netflix Universe and to an extent the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as well, without beating you over the head with obvious references.Declassify >
Moms are there for your whole life… You don’t stop needing them ever. And as much as I love my real mom, there are other moms that have taught me lessons along the way, and some of them weren’t real.
So here are eight pop culture moms who, like my real mom, have and continue to teach me lessons whether I want them to or not.Declassify >
“Every time I think I’ve seen it all, Hell’s Kitchen manages to sneak up and kick me right in the balls…”
I know the cop wasn’t talking about anything more than the city he is trying to protect, but with the twists and turns in the three act play called Daredevil season two on Netflix, he could well have been talking about the show itself, and this season in particular.
Yes, Daredevil is back; Matthew Murdock is once again joined in the city he loves by Foggy, Karen, Stick, and new this season the Punisher and Elektra.Declassify >
Ralph Bakshi: A Rotospective
Rotospective: The Rolling Stones’ and Ralph Bakshi ‘Harlem Shuffle’ Video is the kind of magic that happens when Bad Boys Collide
Ralph Bakshi’s collaboration with The Rolling Stones for their “Harlem Shuffle” music video premiered on the night of February 28, 1986 at the 28th Annual Grammy Awards on CBS.Declassify >