Reviews

REVIEW: Zero to Hero: Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection Is an Exhilarating Ride April 19, 2019 Katie CullenIt’s been a while since the last time I thought about Code Geass in any depth – the series ended ten years ago, and I’ve watched a number of other top-tier anime since. Then I attended the Code Geass: Lelouch of the Re;surrection premiere, and now I haven’t been able to stop thinking about Code ... Read more

REVIEW: Sound and Fury Signifying Very Little: Overwatch’s Storm Rising Event Is a Disappointment April 17, 2019 Katie CullenOn Tuesday, Overwatch released their third Archives mission, a story-based PvE event that delves into the history of Overwatch and allows players to play through events from the past. Archives missions tend to build on Overatch’s already extensive lore and are generally well-received by players, to the point where they tend to be the most ... Read more

REVIEW: Hellboy starring David Harbour April 10, 2019 Yael TygielBrace yourself for two hours of gore as David Harbour (Stranger Things) takes on the flaming mantle in Hellboy in the reboot based on the graphic novels by Mike Mignola. This action-packed movie gives viewers a lot of mythology to unpack while also trying to introduce many new characters. Harbour’s portrayal of this crimson demon fighter ... Read more

REVIEW: Little – Starring Regina Hall, Issa Rae, and Marsai Martin April 10, 2019 Yael TygielLittle, starring Regina Hall, Issa Rae and Marsai Martin, hits theaters this weekend. The feel good comedy tells the story of Jordan Sanders – a tech boss and bully – who is turned into a 13 version of herself (read the opposite of 13 Going on 30, and Big) to discover the importance of being true ... Read more

REVIEW: Shazam! April 4, 2019 Yael TygielZachary Levi stars in Shazam! the latest DC superhero to grace the big screen. Warner Brothers continues their venture out of dark and broody origin stories meant for Fanboy viewers, and into fun entertainment for the whole family. The movie, which is rated pg-13, opens a bit dark before taking a turn for the goofy. While ... Read more

REVIEW: Captain Marvel – 3 Things to Know March 5, 2019 Yael TygielBrie Larson stars in the hilariously brilliant action-adventure, Captain Marvel which is blasting into theaters on March 8 2019. Marvel knows what they’re doing and fulfills their formula with a punch. Here are 3 things to know before seeing Captain Marvel… It’s funny! For some reason there were people who didn’t expect it to be, which ... Read more

Binge SYFY's Happy! on Netflix before March 27th February 21, 2019 Yael TygielIt’s been many years since Detective Elliot Stabler left the Special Victims Unit, and many fans left the beloved Law & Order series with him. Since then, actor Christopher Meloni has been keeping busy. He swung by HBO’s sexy vampire series, True Blood, popped up in Man of Steel, and even had his own short-lived ... Read more

REVIEW: Kim Possible – 3 Things to Know! February 16, 2019 Yael TygielThe highly anticipated live-action Kim Possible movie premiered on Disney channel tonight and it was everything OG KP fans could want and more. Below are 3 things to know: 1. This movie is for all fans, both new and old! While this Kim is not Christy Carlson Romano (in fact she’s Sadie Stanley), ... Read more

REVIEW: Isn't It Romantic – Starring Rebel Wilson February 12, 2019 Yael TygielRebel Wilson stars in Isn’t It Romantic alongside Adam DeVine, Liam Hemsworth, and Priyanka Chopra. The hilariously meta rom-com tells the story of Natalie whose mother teaches her not to believe in Happily Ever After. Now an adult, Natalie stomps on the idea of romance – clearly missing the signs from her best guy friend who ... Read more

REVIEW: What Men Want February 7, 2019 Yael TygielTaraji P. Henson stars in What Men Want, the gender-swapped follow up the 2000’s What Women Want. Henson plays Ali Davis, a sports agent who is passed over for promotion when her colleagues deem her as unable to relate to men. After a wild night and a fortune teller, Ali starts to hear men’s thoughts ... Read more

REVIEW: The Lego Movie 2 – The Second Part February 3, 2019 Yael TygielThe Lego Movie is back to continue the story with “The Second Part”. All your favorite characters, including Emmet and Wyldstyle , Batman and Unikitty, are back along with new friends and foes like Rex, Queen Watevra, and General Mayhem. A perfect follow up the first movie, our story continues where we left off, taking ... Read more

REVIEW: The Umbrella Academy – Season 1 on Netflix February 1, 2019 Yael Tygiel Netflix’s latest superhero series is not a Marvel property, nor is it tied to a specific televised or cinematic Universe. Their new venture comes from Dark Horse and is written by Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance (yes, that My Chemical Romance). The Umbrella Academy tells the story of 7 siblings who were adopted by ... Read more

REVIEW: Miss Bala – 5 Things to Know January 31, 2019 Yael TygielGina Rodriguez stars in the action film Miss Bala which boasts a cast and crew that is over 50% Latinx. Before hitting the theaters this weekend to see Miss Bala, here are 5 things to know: 1. Gina Rodriguez is a ball-er! Not only does she gracefully embody her character Gloria, but her sincere performance, as ... Read more

REVIEW: FYRE Festival Documentary – from Hulu and Netflix January 19, 2019 Yael TygielSo you’re planning to watch a documentary about the disastrous FYRE Festive, good for you. Aren’t sure which to watch first? Or if they’re even both worth it? No worries, we’ve got you covered. Yael Tygiel watched both Hulu and Netflix’s separate, yet recently released, documentaries and wants to tell you all about them. I recommend ... Read more

REVIEW: Glass – Starring Bruce Willis, Samuel L. Jackson, James McAvoy, & Sarah Paulson January 15, 2019 Yael TygielThe third and final installment of M. Night Shyamalan’s superhero series has been a long time coming. Starring Bruce Willis and Samuel L Jackson, who reprise their roles from 2000’s Unbreakable David Dunn and Elijah Price , and James McAvoy reprising his roles from Split, Glass is the culmination of their stories. In addition to newcomer ... Read more

REVIEW: The Upside – Starring Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston January 9, 2019 Yael TygielBryan Cranston stars along side Kevin Hart in a touching true story of a quadriplegic man named Philip and his caregiver, convicted felon, Dell. Surprisingly, The Upside quite good. In a story that seems familiar (cough*Me Before You*cough), and a remake of a French film, The Upside explores the meaning of friendship and the reason ... Read more

REVIEW: On the Basis of Sex December 23, 2018 Yael TygielBiopic On the Basis of Sex stars Felicity Jones as Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg as she attends Harvard Law and fights for equality with her husband Marty. The film is fun, amusing, and touching all at once. While the story is factual, and the cases more relevant than ever, the movie draws audiences in to ... Read more

REVIEW: Aquaman – 4 Things to Know December 20, 2018 Yael TygielSo you’re planning on seeing Aquaman, good for you. Here are 4 things to know before hitting the theaters this weekend: 1. Go in with low expectations. I say this not because it isn’t good, but because if you expect too much from it you’ll be disappointed. Expect to have fun and you should be ... Read more

REVIEW: Welcome to Marwen December 19, 2018 Yael TygielWelcome to Marwen, starring Steve Carell, was a film that I was eager to see. Based on the trailer (which you can watch here), Carell stars as Mark Hogancamp, a man who suffers a tragic accident and uses his art to cope. The trailer led audiences to believe that he was perhaps a war vet, ... Read more

REVIEW: Spider-Man Into the Spider-Verse – Spoiler Free December 12, 2018 Tauri JaySpider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse review by Tauri J. Miller Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is the best Spider-Man film in the last three decades. Yeah, I said it. Fight me! But if you’re on the fence about seeing it, that’s on you, so instead of trying to sell it I’m just going to fangirl. Hope you brought ... Read more

REVIEW: Disney's Mary Poppins Returns – 4 Things to Know December 12, 2018 Yael Tygiel Emily Blunt stars with Lin-Manuel Miranda in Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns. This fun film is sure to entertain children, and even has many references back to the original film. But before you hit the theaters, here are 4 Things to Know about Mary Poppins Returns: 1. It’s all new! Don’t expect to hear your favorite ... Read more

REVIEW: Once Upon a Deadpool December 12, 2018 Yael TygielFOX rereleased Deadpool 2 as “Once Upon a Deadpool” inserting a kidnapped Fred Savage to forcefully reprise his role in The Princess Bride. My original review for Deadpool 2 can be found here, but for Once Upon A Deadpool I was pleasantly surprised. There was noticeably less violence (and blood and gore), and the ... Read more

REVIEW: VOX LUX – Starring Natalie Portman December 6, 2018 Yael TygielNot one to shy away from difficult themes and strenuous training, Natalie Portman stars in Vox Lux, a dramatic film about the rise of a pop star after a horrific trauma sets her on a path to stardom. That trauma is a gruesome school shooting which Portman’s character, Celeste, survives. Like a car wreck, this ... Read more

REVIEW: The Favourite – Starring Olivia Colman & Emma Stone November 22, 2018 Yael TygielIt’s not often that one expects a period piece to be both humorous and dark, but The Favourite has managed to do just that. A very strange film filled with absurdities, beautiful costuming and a female driven plot, is cleverly written and sure to entertain viewers. Olviia Colman stars as the increasingly frail Queen Anne, ... Read more

REVIEW: Mary Queen of Scots – Starring Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie November 17, 2018 Yael TygielSaoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie are exquisite in the period drama Mary Queen of Scots which tells the story of Mary Stuart, her return to the throne of Scotland and her attempt to threatened the legitimacy of England’s Queen Elizabeth. Supported by a great cast, and beautiful costuming, these women tell the compelling story of ... Read more

REVIEW: Fantastic Beasts – The Crimes of Grindelwald November 14, 2018 Yael TygielThe Wizarding World continues to expand the mythology with Fantastic Beasts the Crimes of Grindelwald, an action packed addition that is bursting with references for Potterheads everywhere. Newt Scamander returns to the Ministry of Magic (we get to see three country’s ministries in this film) where we meet his brother and soon-to-be sister-in-law. It seems ... Read more

REVIEW: Wreck-It Ralph 2 – Ralph Breaks the Internet November 14, 2018 Yael TygielWreck-It Ralph, the original, was a beautifully crafted story about learning to love yourself regardless of other’s perception of you. The story continues in Wreck-It Ralph 2: Ralph Breaks the Internet. Six years after the events in the first movie, Ralph and Vanellope’s friendship is going strong, but when Sugar Rush is unplugged, the dynamic ... Read more

REVIEW: Widows – Starring Viola Davis – 4 Things to Know November 13, 2018 Yael TygielDirector Steve McQueen is known for telling dark and dynamic stories, and Widows isn’t any different. This time he puts four women in the driving seat and allows them to peel away the layers of their very different, yet all too familiar, stories. Here are Four things to know before you see Widows. 1. Steve ... Read more

REVIEW: Dr. Seuss' The Grinch November 7, 2018 Yael TygielAs the holidays approach, it’s no surprise in the uptick of family friendly films. Check out our review of Disney’s The Nutcracker and the Four Realms here. While we’re not sure as to why another Grinch film has been made, we do think that children will especially enjoy this one. Dr Seuss’ The Grinch comes ... Read more

REVIEW: 3 Things to Know about The Nutcracker & The Four Realms November 1, 2018 Yael TygielDisney’s holiday themed ballet-inspired live action fantasy flick, The Nutcracker & The Four Realms hits theaters this Friday, but before you take your little ones to see it, here are 3 things to know: 1. There is a surprising lack of dancing in a film that is inspired by classic ballet. That said, the dancing that ... Read more

REVIEW: Bohemian Rhapsody October 23, 2018 Yael TygielAfter about eight years of impatient waiting, the Queen movie is finally hitting theaters. Bohemian Rhapsody had a dramatic past, not unlike Freddie Mercury himself, but it’s finally here to rock us. Rami Malek stars as Freddie in the biopic film which follows the story of the band from their days playing at Universities through ... Read more

REVIEW: Midnight, Texas – Season 1 – Four Reasons to Binge it NOW October 16, 2018 Yael TygielI’m ashamed to admit that I slept on SYFY’s 12 Monkey and didn’t even start watching until two weeks before the series finale. It was a mistake to wait so long to jump in. To be honest, I had been interested in checking out the show from day one, but never got around to it. ... Read more

REVIEW: Look Away – Starring India Eisley & Jason Isaacs October 8, 2018 Yael TygielIf creepy teen thrillers are your thing, then be sure to check out Look Away. Written and Directed by Assaf Bernstein, this light horror film stars India Eisley as Maria, a mousy teen who trades places with her mirror twin after one too many bullies push her buttons. While it’s clear from the trailer that ... Read more

REVIEW: Doctor Who – Season Premiere – The Woman Who Fell to Earth October 7, 2018 Yael TygielToday’s the day! The Doctor returned to our screens with a simulcast around the globe for all Whovians to enjoy together. Jodie Whittaker stepped up the role, previously played by Peter Capaldi, and introduced us to a new Doctor, three new companions, and a nice new sonic…multitool. After Moffat stepped down as showrunner and made ... Read more

REVIEW: Doubling Down: My Hero Academia: Two Heroes Is a Smashing Good Time September 21, 2018 Katie CullenIt’s no secret that I’m a big fan of My Hero Academia, so when I heard that there was a tie-in movie premiering at Anime Expo, I knew I had to be there. I, along with 3000 other excited fans, braved early wake-up times, high temperatures (it was over 100 degrees most days of Anime Expo), ... Read more

REVIEW: The House with the Clock in Its Walls September 18, 2018 Yael TygielJack Black stars in the Eli Roth directed family friendly fantasy flick. The House with the Clock in Its Walls. Unlike Roth’s previous scary movies (Hostel, Hostel Part II), this fanciful film is delightful, entertaining, and not too scary for viewers of all ages. Although Jack Black generally feels out of place in the 1950s, ... Read more

REVIEW: A Simple Favor – Starring Anna Kendrick & Blake Lively – Spoiler Free September 12, 2018 Yael TygielPaul Feig – best known for Freak & Geeks, Bridesmaids (or if you’re me, as Mr. Pool from Sabrina, The Teenage Witch) – directed and produced thriller A Simple Favor starring Anna Kendrick (Pitch Perfect) & Blake Lively (Gossip Girl). There are many genre’s this exciting film could fall under, from Crime to Drama to ... Read more

REVIEW: Top 5 Moments of the Overwatch League All-Star Match – Los Angeles 2018 August 29, 2018 Katie Cullen The first season of the Overwatch League officially ended this past weekend with an All-Star Weekend. The hosts and shoutcasters took a turn playing on Overwatch teams; players tried their hand at Mystery Heroes; and it all culminated in Sunday’s All-Star Match. Part exhibition match, part popularity contest, the All-Star Match was an opportunity for League ... Read more

REVIEW: The Darkest Minds – Spoiler Review August 1, 2018 Yael TygielAmandla Stenberg stars as Ruby in a YA movie adapted from the novel series by Alexandra Bracken. The Darkest Minds explores a world where “teens mysteriously develop powerful new abilities, they are declared a threat by the government and detained. Sixteen-year-old Ruby, one of the most powerful young people anyone has encountered, escapes her camp ... Read more

REVIEW: The Project Blue Book Activation at San Diego Comic Con 2018 July 24, 2018 fanversation This year The History Channel took a break from handing out Vikings drinking horns at Comic-Con and put together an activation for their new drama Project Blue Book. The show is based on real top-secret investigations into UFOs conducted by the US Air Force between 1952 and 1969. The offsite was located in Comic-Con’s Experience in ... Read more

REVIEW: Dragonball Z at San Diego Comic Con 2018 July 21, 2018 fanversation My heart fluttered when I heard there was an offsite for Dragonball at San Diego Comic Con 2018 this year. I can remember staying up until 11pm just to possibly catch the latest episode of the super dubbed Dragonball Z. It was always a crapshoot, but the show still holds a special place in my ... Read more

REVIEW: FXhibitions at San Diego Comic Con 2018 July 21, 2018 fanversationFX returned to San Diego with their FXhibitions promoting Legion, American Horror Story, Archer, Always Sunny, and Sons of Anarchy spin-off series Mayans MC. The Legion experience seemed interesting and many fans were eager to enter, unfortunately the cube was just a lights and sounds show with images from the first two seasons of the ... Read more

REVIEW: SYFY’s Human Claw Machine at San Diego Comic Con 2018 July 21, 2018 Yael Tygiel SYFY took over the Children’s Museum in San Diego this weekend for San Diego ComicCon. Among the activities was a Human Claw Machine in which an individual is hoisted via harness and lowered into a pit in hopes of retrieving a SYFY mystery box. The experience was super fun, a bit challenging, and surprisingly ... Read more

REVIEW: The Outpost – Series Premiere on The CW July 11, 2018 Yael TygielThe CW premiered a brand new fantasy series for the summer season from Leverage and The Librarians alum Dean Devlin: The Outpost. The Outpost is a fantasy series starring Jessica Green as Talon, the last of the “blackbloods” who sets out on a journey after the men who slaughtered her family 13 years prior. Our hero, ... Read more

REVIEW: Ant-Man And The Wasp June 27, 2018 Yael Tygiel Paul Rudd and Evangeline Lilly return for a hilarious and action packed sequel in Marvel’s Ant-Man and the Wasp. The action sequences are both entertaining and exciting, allowing viewers to feel that high-stakes energy while also wanting more. While many of the great car chases and fighting sequences were revealed in the trailers leading ... Read more

REVIEW: Tag June 15, 2018 Yael TygielIn what sounds like the dumbest premise, a group of hilariously talented A-list actors, present Tag – a laugh-out-loud R-rated Comedy with a capital C. Jon Hamm, Ed Helms, Jake Johnson, Hannibal Buress, and Jeremy Renner star as the men who stay young, and in touch, by playing an annual game of tag. Based on ... Read more

REVIEW: I Played Skyrim On My Alexa and It Is Hilarious June 14, 2018 Katie CullenI’ve never played an Elder Scrolls game in my life, partially because I never had the correct console and partially because I prefer my fantasy games to be a little more candy coated, at least on the surface (Undertale and Kingdom Hearts, anyone?). That said, I’ve heard a lot about them – from gaming sites ... Read more

REVIEW: Incredibles 2 June 11, 2018 Yael Tygiel Incredibles 2 is the sequel we didn’t know we’d been waiting for, but we’re so glad that the Parr family has returned! Picking up where the first movie left off, super-powered people are still illegal and the government isn’t too happy with the Parr family for breaking the law, regardless of their intentions. When parents ... Read more

REVIEW: Ocean's 8 June 8, 2018 Yael TygielHeist movie lovers rejoice! A new Ocean’s film has been added to the list. In the latest Ocean’s, which stars Sandra Bullock as Debbie Ocean – sister to George Clooney’s Danny – a team of criminals work together to take on “an impossible heist at New York City’s yearly Met Gala.” Like the first of ... Read more

REVIEW: Looking For Group In App Form: Welcome to AllKnightr June 7, 2018 Katie Cullen“Looking for group” is a commonly used phrase in gaming circles: it means you want to play, but don’t have anyone to play with. At a time when people’s schedules are busier than ever and nearly every social media platform shows updates out of date, trying to find someone to game with you when you ... Read more

REVIEW: For The People – Season 1 Episode 10 "This Is What I Wanted to Say" May 24, 2018 Yael TygielAs I’ve watched the first season of For The People, I eagerly waited for the characters to grow and become as beloved as the original cast of Grey’s Anatomy. Give me that sweet, heartbreaking Denny and Izzie short-lived romance, that Yang and Burke are better than you connection, and that bad-decisions turns into endgame Shephard ... Read more

REVIEW: Solo – A Star Wars Story May 22, 2018 Yael TygielThe Star Wars team has released another prequel movie, one we all thought we wanted, but were surprised to discover that we definitely didn’t need. Solo: A Star Wars Story was not only the most fan-service Star Wars film ever, it was also possibly the most disappointing. In Solo, viewers get a chance to discover ... Read more

REVIEW: So You're Going to see Deadpool 2 – 6 Things to Know May 17, 2018 Yael TygielSo you’re going to see Deadpool 2. Seems like you’re one smart motherf*cker! Feel free to read our Spoiler Free review here if you want to know why it’s so great, or just check out six things you might want to know before hitting theaters on May 18th. 1. Deadpool 2 is just as bloody, crude, and ... Read more

REVIEW: Deadpool 2 May 15, 2018 Yael TygielIt’s incredibly hard to review Deadpool 2 without giving away any spoilers, but I’ll try… Remember all the great things you loved about the first movie? The action, the humor, the Ryan Reynolds of it all. Well, the sequel doesn’t leave any of that out. Just as the first movie told you it was a love ... Read more

REVIEW: So You're Going to See 'Bad Samaritan' – 6 Things To Know May 2, 2018 Yael TygielSo you’re going to see “Bad Samaritan” starring David Tennant. I think you’ve made a wise decision. Below are 6 things to know before you see the thriller directed by Dean Devlin (The Librarians) in theaters this weekend: 1. Do not valet your car at the movie theater! In case you didn’t catch the premise ... Read more

REVIEW: So You're Going to see 'Avengers: Infinity War' – 4 Things to Know April 24, 2018 Yael TygielSo, you’re going to see Avengers: Infinity War, this might be the greatest decision of your life! Welp, it arrives this weekend and there’s so much good stuff (and so many beloved characters) packed into this action-adventure film that this list is extra short – especially to avoid giving away any plot points. Below are ... Read more

REVIEW: Kingdom Hearts Union Cross Hosts First Dandelion Meeting April 18, 2018 Katie CullenSquare-Enix loves its fans, and they’re not afraid to express it. Every official Square-Enix event I’ve been to has been well-organized, exciting, and fun, and Sunday’s Dandelion Meeting exemplified that in spades. Months ago, the Kingdom Hearts Union Cross (KHUX) official Twitter account announced a fan meeting in Anaheim for KHUX players, called Dandelions after a ... Read more

REVIEW: Overwatch: Retribution: A Dark Story With Brilliant Gameplay April 13, 2018 Katie CullenWhen I initially looked at the setup for Overwatch: Retribution, Overwatch’s newest Archives event, I was worried. Team composition is incredibly important in Overwatch, and the team comp for Retribution’s story mode is uneven, to put it lightly. I’d seen too many DPS-heavy parties in normal Overwatch play end in disaster to trust that a ... Read more

REVIEW: Go Beyond! My Hero Academia Is a Superheroic Delight April 6, 2018 Katie CullenMidway through the first season of My Hero Academia, there’s a brief simple scene in which well-known hero and first-time teacher All Might tries to talk to Bakugou, a student with as much talent as he has temper. Bakugou is the superpowered equivalent of the high school honors student come college freshman who only just ... Read more

REVIEW: For The People – Four Episodes In April 4, 2018 Yael TygielABC’s For the People, one of the newest Shonda shows, follows an ensemble of young lawyers – consisting of 6 characters: three women and three men – as they embark on a their careers through the Southern District of New York (SDNY) Federal Court, aka “The Mother Court,” on both the defense and prosecution sides. ... Read more

REVIEW: So You're Going to See 'A Wrinkle In Time' – 8 Things to Know March 7, 2018 Yael TygielSo you’re going to see Ava DuVernay’s A Wrinkle In Time, I like your style! Below are 8 things to know before hitting the theaters on Friday, March 9 2018 (Spoiler Free, of course). 1. A Wrinkle In Time has an all star cast and not one of them feels out of place! Storm Reid, ... Read more

REVIEW: The Cloverfield Paradox on Netflix February 8, 2018 Katie Cullen When we were kids, my brothers and I had a very particular thing we would do at fast food restaurants. We’d take our drink cups, head to the soda fountain, and fill them with a mishmash of every soda the fountain offered. We called them suicides, and while they were made of some fairly good-tasting ... Read more

REVIEW: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit – Season 19 Episode 13 "The Undiscovered Country" February 8, 2018 Yael TygielLast night Law & Order: Special Victims Unit said goodbye to a fan favorite character, and they dismissed him in quite possibly the worst SVU episode ever, “The Undiscovered Country” SPOILERS BELOW! Everything leading up to this episode celebrated that Sam Waterston would be reprising his role as Jack McCoy, and teased that Rafael Barba would be ... Read more

REVIEW: So You're Going to See "Black Panther" – 7 Things to Know! February 7, 2018 Yael TygielSo you’re going to see Marvel’s Black Panther… good decision! Before heading to the theaters on February 16th here are 7 things to know (don’t worry, it’s Spoiler Free) about this kickass movie. 1. If you haven’t seen Avengers: Civil War, you may want a tiny bit of backstory… or just go watch Civil War. Yeah, ... Read more

REVIEW: Pitch Perfect 3! January 4, 2018 Yael TygielListen up, Pitches! The third installment of the aca-mazing singing movie series starring Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson is playing everywhere, it’s even aca-better than the previous 2 movies. MAY BE CONSIDERED SPOILERS BELOW! When the first movie of the Pitch Perfect trilogy came out all my friends called to tell me that Rebel Wilson was playing ... Read more

REVIEW: Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle December 26, 2017 Yael TygielDwayne “The Rock” Johnson stars in the Jumanji sequel viewers didn’t know they wanted. After months of speculation, and hesitation, Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is a fun and modern sequel to the beloved 90s film starring the late Robin Williams. Minor Spoilers below! Picking up where the original movie left off, the board game washed ... Read more

REVIEW: Bright on Netflix – Starring Will Smith and Joel Edgerton – Is Not as Terrible as They Say December 24, 2017 Yael TygielNetflix released their action-fantasy movie, Bright over the holiday weekend and critics were less than kind. The $90 million blockbuster, directed by David Ayer (Training Day, Suicide Squad), takes itself too seriously and doesn’t give enough back story. Forbes described Will Smith’s performance as “phoning it in, where maybe only about a tenth of his ... Read more

REVIEW: So You're Going to See 'Star Wars: The Last Jedi'… – 9 Things to Know! December 12, 2017 Yael TygielSo you’re going to see Star Wars: The Last Jedi… Good for you! Before heading to the theaters, here are 9 things you may want to know (don’t worry, it’s spoiler free) below. 1. The film is 2.5 hours, so grab a drink and snacks after you pick your seat. And Pee! Make sure you’ve ... Read more

REVIEW: The Voice – Season 13 Episode 17 "The Playoffs – Part 3" November 16, 2017 Yael TygielIt’s the final night of the Playoffs on the Voice and it’s down to the women (and one dude) on Team Miley to round out who is going to the live show. Here’s how the night went down: TEAM MILEY Winners are underlined Brooke Simpson – I’ve been team Brooke since the premiere and tonight was no different. Brooke’s ... Read more

REVIEW: The Voice – Season 13 Episode 16 "Playoffs – Part 2" November 15, 2017 Yael TygielIt’s the second part of the Playoffs on The Voice, and it’s Team Adam night. Here’s how the night went down: TEAM ADAM Adam Cunningham – Adam’s performance was nice, as is his sound. I’m not sure I expected him to continue on the show, but it almost feels like Coach Adam is keeping him around just to ... Read more

REVIEW: The Voice – Season 13 Episode 15 "The Playoffs – Part 1" November 14, 2017 Yael TygielThe Playoffs have begun on The Voice, and in part one Team Jennifer and Team Blake made their decisions for their Top 12. Here’s how the night went down: TEAM JENNIFER Davon Fleming – Davon sang beautifully, but he’s so not memorable that I didn’t remember he was even on the show still. Hannah Mrozak – While ... Read more

REVIEW: The Voice – Season 13 Episode 14 "The Knockouts – Part 3" November 8, 2017 Yael Tygiel It’s the final night of Knockouts on The Voice, and Kelly Clarkson is still on hand to mentor the last 3 pairings. Here’s how the night went down: Team Jennifer Chris Weaver vs. Katrina Rose Yael’s Notes: Look, I’ve been a fan of Chris Weaver since the premiere episode, but I wasn’t ready for Katrina to leave ... Read more

REVIEW: The Voice – Season 13 Episode 13 "Knockouts – Part 2" November 7, 2017 Yael TygielAfter one round of knockouts, then a “Road So Far” special, we’re back for night two of the knockouts on NBC’s The Voice, with Kelly Clarkson hanging around to mentor. Here’s how the night went down: Team Miley Brooke Simpson vs Stephan Marcellus Moriah Formica vs Whitney Fenimore Team Blake Mitchell Lee vs Anna Catherine DeHart Keisha ... Read more

REVIEW: Marvel's Thor: Ragnarok October 31, 2017 Yael TygielRagnarok marks the best Thor movie yet, and a great addition to the MCU. Check out my thoughts below, and note that it may be full of SPOILERS! Thor: Ragnarok played like three films put together into one grand masterpiece. We begin by picking up where Thor is and leads us straight into the second story, ... Read more

REVIEW: The Gifted – What If It's Not What We Think? October 31, 2017 Yael Tygiel What if The Gifted isn’t actually about the Mutants? With every episode, I wonder more and more if perhaps the true hidden meaning behind the show is that you can be a hero, even if you don’t have powers. Tonight’s episode only continued to support my theory. WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD With every good superhero show, ... Read more

REVIEW: The Voice – Season 13 Episode 11 "The Knockouts – Part 1" October 31, 2017 Yael TygielThe Knockouts have begun on The Voice and Kelly Clarkson – who has already signed on to judge next season – is on hand to help mentor the contestants. Here is how the night went down: (winners are underlined) Team Blake Adam Cunningham vs. Esera Tuaolo Steal: Adam Cunningham to Team Adam Yael’s Notes: I’m 100% team Esera! His ... Read more

REVIEW: The Voice – Season 13 Episode 10 "The Battles – Part 4" October 25, 2017 Yael TygielIt’s the final night of Battles on The Voice and here’s how the night went down: Team Blake Adam Cunningham vs. Natalie Stovall “Boondocks” by Little Big Town Winner: Adam Cunningham Yael’s Notes: I personally preferred Natalie’s voice the Adam. Unfortunately for her, I’m not one of the judges this season. Team Jennifer Eric Lyn vs. Ignatious Carmouche “Unaware” by Allen ... Read more

REVIEW: The Voice – Season 13 Episode 9 "The Battles – Part 3" October 24, 2017 Yael TygielNight 3 of The Voice Battles took place and this is how the night went down: Jennifer & Kelly Rowland Shi’Ann Jones vs. Stephan Marcellus “Oh! Darling” by The Beatles Winner: Shi’Ann Jones Steal: Stephan Marcellus to Team Miley Yael’s Notes: This battle was fierce! Both these voices had great range and made you feel the emotion of the ... Read more

REVIEW: Law & Order: Special Victims Unit – Season 19 Episode 4 "No Good Reason" – Episode Recap & Review October 19, 2017 Yael TygielThe latest episode of Law & Order: SVU was almost 100% perfection for an SVU episode. After season 18 where the entire outside-the-cases storylines were disconnected, this season is tying it all back together. The Case: We had a Gen Z vlogger, Mandy, who went to a party, got wasted, was written on (that part should ... Read more

REVIEW: The Voice – Season 13 Episode 8 "The Battles – Part 2" October 18, 2017 Yael TygielThe Battles rage on and we got to see three of them in full, plus 3 in a montage. Here’s how the night went down: Jennifer & Kelly Rowland Davon Fleming vs. Maharasyi “I’m Your Baby Tonight” by Whitney Houston Winner: Davon Fleming Yael’s Notes: Maharasyi has a beautiful voice, but feels like she has a lot to learn – ... Read more

REVIEW: The Voice – Season 13 Episode 7 "The Battles – Part 1" October 17, 2017 Yael TygielThe Battles have begun! Here’s how the night went down: Jennifer Hudson & Kelly Rowland Lucas Holliday vs. Meagan McNeal “My Prerogative” by Bobby Brown Winner: Lucas Holliday Yael’s Notes: Lucas was one of my favorites from the Blind Auditions, but after tonight’s battle. He’s dropped down my list. Yes, his voice is powerful, but I didn’t enjoy his ... Read more

REVIEW: Legends of Tomorrow – Season 3 Episode 1 Aruba-Con – Episode Recap & Review October 11, 2017 Yael TygielEvery season I watch The CW’s DC slate and go back-and-forth about which show is my favorite. As of tonight, Legends of Tomorrow have taken the top spot. We open with all of time happening at once with Dinosaurs in the same place and time as Big Ben (a plot line that Rip’s former ... Read more

REVIEW: The Voice – Season 13 Episode 6 "Blind Auditions – Part 6" October 11, 2017 Yael TygielIt’s the final night of The Voice’s blind auditions. Here’s how the night went down, plus the teams are set (see below): Kristi Hoopes (19 – Parker, Colorado) “Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love” by Trisha Yearwood Team: Blake Michael Kight (25 – Dublin, Georgia) “Sugar” by Maroon 5 Team: Adam Yael’s Notes: Michael’s cover of Sugar ... Read more

REVIEW: The Flash – Season 4 Episode 1 The Flash Reborn – Episode Recap & Review October 10, 2017 Yael TygielThe Flash (the series) is back! Iris is in charge of Team Kid Flash (they’re not calling it that) which consists of Wally, Cisco, and Joe. They’re taking down metas and fighting crime while the world wonders where The Flash (the character) has disappeared to. When a new villain appears on the scene, ... Read more

REVIEW: Supergirl – Season 3 Episode 1 Girl Of Steel – Episode Recap & Review October 10, 2017 Yael TygielSupergirl & Co have returned for a 3rd glorious season and we’re picking up a few months after where we left off – Kara is mourning Mon-El, Alex and Maggie are planning their wedding, and Cat Grant is white house press secretary. While there was an actual threat to the city, most of this ... Read more

REVIEW: The Voice – Season 13 Episode 5 "Blind Auditions – Part 5" October 10, 2017 Yael TygielWe’re almost done with The Voice auditions for season 13 and here’s how part 5 went down: Chloe Kohanski (23 – Juliet, Tennessee) “The Chain” by Fleetwood Mac Team: Miley Olivia Kay (13 – Edmond, Oklahoma) “Ghost” by Ella Henderson Team: PASSED Dennis Drummond (27 – Nashville, Tennessee) “She Talks to Angels” by The Black Crowes Team: Blake Yael’s Notes: A ... Read more

REVIEW: Scandal – Season 7 Episode 1 "Watch Me" – Final Season Premiere Recap & Review October 6, 2017 Yael TygielScandal is back and we’re deep into Mellie’s first 100 days as President, but it seems Olivia is still adjusting to her new title of “Command”. I genuinely liked that we picked up where we did, but I have a few questions: – Did Quinn really think that changing the name of OPA to ... Read more

REVIEW: The Voice – Season 13 Episode 4 "Blind Auditions – Part 4" October 4, 2017 Yael TygielPart 4 of The Voice auditions. Here’s how they went down: Anthony Alexander (17 – Fontana, California) “Redbone” by Childish Gambino Team: Adam Sophia Bollman (18 – Norco, California) “Invincible” by Kelly Clarkson Team: Miley Yael’s Notes: This young singer decided to try and impress with a song from ballad powerhouse Kelly Clarkson so it’s not surprise ... Read more

REVIEW: The Voice – Season 13 Episode 3 "Blind Auditions – Part 3" October 3, 2017 Yael TygielMore auditions for The Voice. Here’s how the night went down: Adam Cunningham (38 – Nashville, Tennessee) “Midnight Rider” Team: Blake Hannah Mrozak (18 – Richfield, Wisconsin) “Starving” Team: Adam Shilo Gold (26 – Denver, Colorado) “Stay with Me Baby” Team: Miley Samantha Rios (16 – Arlington, Virginia) “Something’s Got a Hold on Me” Team: PASSED Noah Mac (17 – Dublin, California) “Way Down We Go” Team: Blake Davon Fleming (25 ... Read more

3 Best Episodes of Netflix's Big Mouth, Season 1! October 2, 2017 Yael Tygiel Big Mouth may have just dropped this weekend, but my big eyes binged the 10 episodes of the first season in less than one weekend! Every episode has it’s moments – some hilarious, some grotesque, some embarrassingly familiar – below are the best 3 episodes from the first season: 1. “Everybody Bleeds” 1×2 Not only did this ... Read more

REVIEW: The Voice – Season 13 Episode 2 "Blind Auditions – Part 2" September 27, 2017 Yael Tygiel Auditions continue on The Voice season 13 and here’s how it went down: Keisha Renee (30 – Inglewood, California) “I Can’t Stop Loving You” by Don Gibson Team: Blake Yael’s Notes: Keisha’s gospel background felt like a memory with her country skills, but after Adam’s description of her “singing something Blake would do, but with Jennifer’s voice” and ... Read more

REVIEW: The Voice – Season 13 Episode 1 "Blind Auditions – Part 1" September 26, 2017 Yael TygielThe Voice has returned and here’s how the first part of the season premiere went down: Chris Weaver (29 — Long Island, New York) “Try a Little Tenderness” by Otis Redding Team: Jennifer Yael’s Notes: Chis was one of my favorite performances tonight because not only is he a worship leader, and a drag queen, but he’s also ... Read more

SPECIAL: 5 Reasons Why 'Dark Matter' Matters September 16, 2017 Yael TygielWith SYFY’s recent decision to cancel one of it’s Friday night staples, Dark Matter, I’ve had some time to think about why this show is so good, and even more important to the TV landscape. While the fans continue to campaign to find the show a new home that will give viewers the answers we’ve ... Read more

REVIEW: Project Runway – Season 16 Premiere w/ Plus Size Models August 18, 2017 Yael Tygiel The new season has begun and Tim Gunn got his wish: plus size models for the designers to work with. Each challenge they’ll get a new model to work with, some will be smaller than others. A few designers (mostly the females) are excited about this development while others, including one who has only ever ... Read more

SPECIAL: P!nk's "What About Us" Music Video August 16, 2017 Yael TygielI don’t usually discuss music, or music videos, on YaelTV, but I needed an outlet to describe my feelings, so this is it. Want TV Stuff instead? Click here. I love P!nk’s music! I think she’s always been a talented, political artist who uses her platform for the right reason and uses her medium to the ... Read more

REVIEW: Orphan Black – Series Finale – Season 5 Episode 10 "To Right the Wrongs of Many" August 13, 2017 Yael TygielOne of the things I love about Canadian television – specifically Canadian Science Fiction – is that the stories they tell feel like the ending was already decided before the show started. Meaning, you don’t end up in season 6 of Lost and no one has actually decided how to explain all the mysteries that ... Read more

REVIEW: Wonder Woman! June 6, 2017 Yael TygielI’ll keep this short because my thoughts on Wonder Woman have probably already been expressed, and more eloquently, by a proper film critic. Things I loved about Wonder Woman: – Diana’s origins and background were properly explained and didn’t feel forced or misplaced in the already established DC universe. – Watching a whole bunch of strong ... Read more

REVIEW: Guardians of the Galaxy, Vol 2 – Spoiler Free Review & Official Trailer April 28, 2017 Yael TygielI really really enjoyed watching #GOTGvol2! Check out my thoughts, then watch the trailer below. And don’t forget to hit the theaters on May 5th for Guardians of the Galaxy, vol 2! Having seen the movie in 2D, I can only imagine that some parts would’ve been super cool in 3D, especially the opening fight sequence ... Read more

REVIEW: 13 Reasons Why April 18, 2017 Yael TygielThis isn’t Hannah, but it is a review of Netflix’s 13 Reasons Why and it’s pretty full of spoilers… so read on at your own discretion. If you need help, please visit this site and call the number provided First of all, I want to share a bit about me that might help explain why I ... Read more

REVIEW: Beauty and the Beast – Starring Emma Watson and Dan Stevens – Movie Review and Official Trailer March 14, 2017 Yael TygielGrowing up, Belle was one of my favorite Disney princesses, she was smart, sassy, and a brunette (as a child, this was important to me). As an adult watching the live action version starring Emma Watson, Belle is so much more that just a “Disney Princess”. She is possibly the first introduction to Feminism that ... Read more

REVIEW: Scandal – Season 6 Episode 5 They All Bow Down – Episode Recap & Review March 10, 2017 Yael TygielIn what started out as a pretty boring episode, Scandal’s “They All Bow Down” turned out to have a few twists hidden behind those drunken insults. Jessalyn Gilsig returns to the drama as Jake’s (both reluctant and not reluctant) wife who appears to be an alcoholic. Consistent with the rest of the season, this ... Read more

REVIEW: Conviction Season 1- Full Season Analysis! January 30, 2017 Yael Tygiel I’m a big fan of procedurals (SVU anyone?), but ABC’s Conviction has such fascinating characters – from the ex-con, to the drug addicted retired cop, to our guilt ridden paralegal – I’d rather know about their lives than the crime-of-the-week. I think the second most difficult issue to overcome with this series is the ... Read more

REVIEW: Agents of SHIELD – Season 4 Episode 11 "Wake Up" – Episode Recap & Review January 25, 2017 Yael TygielAfter a half season flop with the necessarily expensive Ghost Rider storyline, SHIELD is finally getting back into the swing of things with the LMD plot. I was not a fan of Daisy being separated from the team, and I really didn’t like Coulson not being in charge. Now that we’ve had out midseason return, ... Read more

REVIEW: Bull – Season 1 Episode 12 "Stockholm Syndrome" – Episode Recap & Review January 25, 2017 Yael Tygiel I’ve been watching Bull all season and this was by far the best episode yet! Bull’s team brings in a whole slew of people to participate in a mock jury, including an antsy women named Laurel who proceeds to pour a bunch of pills into her thermos which she then throws into a trash bin. ... Read more

REVIEW: Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events – The Reptile Room – Season 1 Episode 3 & Episode 4 – Review January 15, 2017 Yael TygielThe next chapter of the Series of Unfortunate Events series introduces a new appreciation for reptiles as well as a furthering the mystery of the secret symbol that may in fact belong to a secret society. The children are sent to live with their Uncle Monty – played by the hilarious Aasif Mandvi – the man ... Read more

REVIEW: Netflix's A Series of Unfortunate Events – The Bad Beginning – Season 1 Episode 1 & Episode 2 – SPOILER FREE Review & Official Trailer January 15, 2017 Yael TygielI have not seen the Jim Carey version, nor have I read the book(s?) that this new Netflix series is based on, but I’m two episodes in and I find myself both fascinated and confused! Narrated by Patrick Warburton (who may or may not be Lemony Snicket***) the first two episodes of the show, “The ... Read more

REVIEW: The OA on Netflix – plus the Official Trailer December 29, 2016 Yael TygielDefinitely the most intriguing new show on Netflix: The OA – the mysteries start and they just don’t stop. It’s one of the rare shows that you don’t need to know anything about, because it’s so hard to explain anyway. About The OA Having gone missing seven years ago, the previously blind Johnson returns home, now ... Read more

REVIEW: Travelers on Netflix – Season 1 Review & Official Trailer December 28, 2016 Yael Tygiel Netflix’s latest venture into original series continues on their Sci-Fi path (following Stranger Things and Black Mirror) with Travelers. The 12-episode first season stars Eric McCormack (Will of Will & Grace fame) alongside a handful of relatively-new-comers: MacKenzie Porter, Nesta Cooper, Jared Abrahamson & Reilly Dolman. Travelers follows a team of time-travelers sent back to ... Read more

REVIEW: Chance – Hulu Original Series starring Hugh Laurie December 27, 2016 Yael TygielAs a House lover, I knew that I had to take a shot at the Hulu Original Series, Chance, starring Hugh Laurie. All I knew going in was that he’s a doctor (Laurie said in an interview that he assumed playing House would disqualify him from the role) and that there was a danger element ... Read more

REVIEW: Sing – Movie Review & Official Trailer December 27, 2016 Yael TygielUniversal’s latest animated hit seems to be inspired by American Idol, America’s Got Talent, and The Voice. Sing (out now) stars Matthew McConaughey as a music-loving Texas-accented Koala who needs to restore his “Moon Theater” to it’s former glory and save it from bankruptcy. To do so, he decides to put on a singing ... Read more

REVIEW: CBS' Pure Genius – Starring Dermot Mulroney & Augustus Prew December 16, 2016 Yael TygielCBS’ new medical drama Pure Genius is a fun mix of House, Grey’s Anatomy, MacGyver, and FOX’s short-lived Red Band Society. Dermot Mulroney stars as the brilliant (old-school) Dr. Walter Wallace who reluctantly takes a position as the Chief of Staff at Bunker Hill – a hospital on the cutting edge of medical science, led ... Read more

REVIEW: Lee Daniels' Star on FOX – First Look & Official Trailer December 15, 2016 Yael TygielFOX’s newest musical drama from Lee Daniels, Star, previewed it’s first episode tonight and I have a feeling Empire fans are going to be all over it! The drama follows a trio of young ladies who attempt to achieve their dreams of becoming musical stars. The three main girls, played by Brittany O’Grady, Jude ... Read more

REVIEW: CBS' Bull – Starring Michael Weatherly – Midseason Review December 13, 2016 Yael TygielNCIS alum Michael Weatherly has settled into his new role as the aggressive and intelligent Dr. Bull on CBS’ new hit drama, inspired by the early career or Dr. Phil McGraw. About Bull A drama inspired by the early career of Dr. Phil McGraw as the founder of one of the most prolific trial consulting ... Read more

REVIEW: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story – Spoiler-Free Review December 13, 2016 Yael TygielMake room in your heart, because Rogue One is the latest Star Wars classic! If you loved the original Star Wars movies, and The Force Awakens, then buckle up! You’re going to really enjoy Rogue One. The trailers reveal the basic plot, and tease the appearance of Darth Vader, so those are not considered spoilers ... Read more

REVIEW: Disney's Moana – Starring Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson & Auli’i Cravalho November 19, 2016 Yael Tygiel Disney’s newest heroine is Moana and she’s no Princess. In fact, she’s just the daughter of the chief who was selected by the Ocean to set out on an adventure and save the world. Newcomer, and Hawaiian native, Auli’i Cravalho is joined by co-star Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson as Maui – a pompous and goofy ... Read more

REVIEW: This Is Us – Season 1 Episode 2 "The Big Three" – Spoiler-Free Review September 27, 2016 Yael Tygiel NBC’s This Is Us continues to bring the drama and the humor as the second episode “The Big Three” takes us deeper into the lives of our triplets. The stories set forth in the pilot keep moving forward with Kate and Toby’s relationship, the aftermath of Kevin’s career move, and Randall’s houseguest. Episode 2 really ... Read more

FIRST LOOK: This is Us on NBC – Pilot Episode Review, plus the Official Trailer September 14, 2016 Yael TygielI got a chance to watch NBC’s This is Us, which hails from the writer/directors of Crazy. Stupid. Love. and stars Mandy Moore, Milo Ventimiglia, and Justin Hartley. Scroll down for my spoiler-free thoughts and watch the trailer below: This is Us Sometimes life will surprise you. Starring Mandy Moore (“A Walk to Remember”), Milo Ventimiglia (“Heroes,” ... Read more

FIRST LOOK: The Good Place on NBC – Pilot Episode Review, plus Official Trailer August 25, 2016 Yael TygielI got a chance to watch the pilot episode of NBC’s new comedy series, The Good Place starring Kristen Bell and Ted Danson! Scroll down for my spoiler-free thoughts: The Good Place (NBC) The show follows Eleanor Shellstrop (Kristen Bell, “House of Lies,” “Veronica Mars”), an ordinary woman who enters the afterlife, and thanks to some ... Read more

REVIEW: Disney's The BFG – Movie Review and Official Trailer June 28, 2016 Yael TygielBased on the beloved children’s novel (seriously, this book meant the world to me when I was growing up) Disney’s The BFG (aka The Big Friendly Giant) is a must-see for the family! The film, directed by Steven Spielberg and based on the best-selling book by Roald Dahl, is not only beautiful and heartwarming, but ... Read more

REVIEW: Disney's Finding Dory! June 14, 2016 Yael TygielThe highly anticipated Finding Nemo sequel has arrived and it does not disappoint! Dory and friends are back for a new adventure, this time helping ever-forgetful Dory find her recently remembered parents. We are introduced to a slew of new characters – of course, with an all-star voice cast – and loads of fun ensues. ... Read more

REVIEW: Marvel's Captain America: Civil War May 5, 2016 Yael TygielIf you’re sick of superhero movies, then you’re wrong! Marvel has done it again with the latest chapter of their MCU. Based on the comic story, Civil War gives us a taste of what happens when Captain America must go against his Avengers teammate, Iron Man (which you should know by now if you’ve been ... Read more

REVIEW: Disney/ Pixar's The Good Dinosaur – Plus Official Trailer November 26, 2015 fanversationThe general consensus about Disney/Pixar’s latest film, The Good Dinosaur, is that it isn’t great. But the other consensus is that kids will enjoy it. So where does that leave adult viewers? Dragged to the movie theaters to watch a kids movie, for kids. Directed by Peter Sohn and produced by Denise Ream (“Cars 2”), ... Read more

REVIEW: Mr. Holmes starring Ian McKellen with Laura Linney July 17, 2015 fanversationSir Ian McKellen (X-Men; The Hobbit) stars as Mr. Sherlock Holmes as he enters the final years of his life. His memory is not what it used to be and now he’s stuck waiting for death in his country home with his housekeeper (played by the always wonderful Laura Linney) and her gifted son (talented ... Read more

REVIEW: Marvel's Ant-Man – Spoiler Free Review & Official Trailer July 16, 2015 fanversationAre you ready for Marvel’s new superhero summer flick? Check out my “7 Things I Enjoyed About Ant-Man” and then watch the official trailer. 7 Things I Enjoyed About Ant-Man: 1. Paul Rudd is not only adorable (I mean, we loved him in Clueless and Knocked Up, among others) but he TONED up for ... Read more

REVIEW: Disney's Tomorrowland – Starring Britt Robertson and George Clooney, plus Official Trailer May 23, 2015 fanversationIn Tomorrowland, a (what I believe is the 2nd) theme-park-attraction-turned-movie starring Britt Robertson and George Clooney, viewers are invited to an alternate dimension where anything is possible. Opening on a countdown clock with Clooney’s Frank Walker ominously narrating humanity’s doom with interruptions from Robertson’s Cassie Newton, Tomorrowland takes you on a journey into our future, ... Read more

REVIEW: Special "Sci-Fest LA" Review by R. Lee May 15, 2015 fanversationSci-Fest, the Los Angeles Science Fiction One-Act Play Festival is a ballroom where live theatre and science fiction partner up to flirt and tease each other with a myriad of results. Each performance portrays a different perspective of the genre and how it can be received in an intimate theater setting. At the ... Read more

REVIEW: Marvel's Avengers: Age of Ultron April 30, 2015 fanversationThe latest installment of Marvel’s Avengers franchise gathers our group of heroes once again to save humanity from a non-human threat. This time though, the villain is Ultron (voiced by James Spader) – an Artificial Intelligence program created by IronMan/Tony Stark himself. Ultron’s purpose was to protect humanity and create peace once-and-for-all, which it then ... Read more

REVIEW: Kill Me Three Times – Starring Simon Pegg, Teresa Palmer, and Luke Hemsworth March 27, 2015 fanversation Simon Pegg stars as Charlie Wolfe, a sharp-witted contract killer in a beautiful Australian town who is tasked with uncovering a wife’s affair. This hilarious dark comedy unfolds through three different perspectives: our adulterous Alice (played by the gorgous Alice Braga) and her suspicious husband, the husband’s sister (played by Teresa Palmer) and her gambler ... Read more

REVIEW: Fifty Shades of Grey starring Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson – by Yael Tygiel February 14, 2015 Yael TygielAs someone who read the 50 Shades Trilogy (twice), I was incredibly familiar with the story and characters going into the theater. Like everyone else, my last few weeks has been flooded with billboards, posters, interviews, and clips from the highly anticipated movie. I’m not really sure what category to put this movie in, at ... Read more

REVIEW: Fifty Shades of Grey starring Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson – by Yael Tygiel February 14, 2015 Yael TygielREVIEW: Fifty Shades of Grey starring Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson - by Yael Tygiel REVIEW: Fifty Shades of Grey starring Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson – by Yael Tygiel By Yael @yaeltygiel Photo property of Universal As someone who read the 50 Shades Trilogy (twice), I was incredibly familiar with the story and characters going into the theater. Like everyone else, my last few weeks has been flooded with billboards, posters, interviews, and ... Read more

REVIEW: Into the Woods – Starring Meryl Streep, Anna Kendrick, Johnny Depp, Emily Blunt, and More! – by Yael Tygiel December 13, 2014 Yael TygielNeed a new musical classic to shove Frozen out of your brain? Bring this old musical back to life with the new take on Into The Woods. Into The Woods was one of my favorite musicals growing up. I always loved the concept of mixing well-known stories (thus my love of ABC’s Once Upon A ... Read more

REVIEW: Into the Woods – Starring Meryl Streep, Anna Kendrick, Johnny Depp, Emily Blunt, and More! – by Yael Tygiel December 12, 2014 Yael TygielREVIEW: Into the Woods - Starring Meryl Streep, Anna Kendrick, Johnny Depp, Emily Blunt, and More! - by Yael Tygiel REVIEW: Into the Woods – Starring Meryl Streep, Anna Kendrick, Johnny Depp, Emily Blunt, and More! – by Yael Tygiel By Yael @yaeltygiel Need a new musical classic to shove Frozen out of your brain? Bring this old musical back to life with the new take on Into The Woods.  Photo courtesy of Disney Into The Woods was one of ... Read more

REVIEW: Halt & Catch Fire – Season 1 Episode 4 with guest Bianca Malinowski June 25, 2014 fanversationHosts Matt Lieberman, Jesse Klein, Isaac Johnson and Yael Tygiel discuss Halt & Catch Fire with special guest Bianca Malinowski. Read more

REVIEW: DreamWorks’ How To Train Your Dragon 2 – Movie Review & Official Trailer! June 13, 2014 Yael TygielREVIEW: DreamWorks' How To Train Your Dragon 2 - Movie Review & Official Trailer! REVIEW: DreamWorks’ How To Train Your Dragon 2 – Movie Review & Official Trailer! By Yael @yaeltygiel The following is a movie review of DreamWorks’ How To Train Your Dragon 2 and contains information that may be considered SPOILERS. Read at your own risk! Photo Property of DreamWorks Return to the island of Berk, where 5 years have past since ... Read more

REVIEW: Delivery Man starring Vince Vaughn November 21, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Delivery Man starring Vince Vaughn REVIEW: Delivery Man starring Vince Vaughn By Yael @yaeltygiel Vince Vaughn stars in DreamWorks’ Delivery Man, the story of an irresponsible man named David Wozniak who turned out to have fathered 533 children via sperm donation. If you plan to see Delivery Man and don’t want it spoiled then read no further, if you have no interest in ... Read more

REVIEW: Disney’s Frozen – Starring Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, & Josh Gad – Movie Review & Trailer! November 13, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Disney's Frozen - Starring Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, & Josh Gad - Movie Review & Trailer! REVIEW: Disney’s Frozen – Starring Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, & Josh Gad – Movie Review & Trailer! By Yael @yaeltygiel Photo Courtesy of Disney From the people behind Tangled, Disney’s new musical winter classic Frozen stars the voice of Kristen Bell (Veronica Mars) as fearless optimist Anna who sets off on an epic journey—teaming up with rugged ... Read more

REVIEW: Witches of East End on Lifetime – Starring Jenna Dewan-Tatum – Series Premiere Recap & Review October 7, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Witches of East End on Lifetime - Starring Jenna Dewan-Tatum - Series Premiere Recap & Review REVIEW: Witches of East End on Lifetime – Starring Jenna Dewan-Tatum –  Series Premiere Recap & Review By Yael @yaeltygiel At first glance, Lifetime’s new original series, Witches of East End, might be mistaken for ABC’s (relatively) recently canceled Eastwick starring Rebecca Romijn. With a hint of Charmed, a whole other set of rules, Witches of East End ... Read more

REVIEW: Scandal "It’s Handled" – Season 3 Premiere Episode Recap & Review October 4, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Scandal "It's Handled" - Season 3 Premiere Episode Recap & Review Review: Scandal “It’s Handled” – Season 3 Premiere Episode Recap & Review By Yael @yaeltygiel Scandal, ABC’s soapy drama from Grey’s Anatomy creator Shonda Rhimes returned with the season 3 premiere that fans had been eagerly waiting for. If you haven’t yet seen “It’s Handled” then read no further and consider this your official SPOILERT!  Photo Property of ABC Season 3 ... Read more

REVIEW: The Originals Always and Forever – Series Premiere of The Vampire Diaries Spin-Off Series – Starring Joseph Morgan, Phoebe Tonkin, & Daniella Pineda October 4, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: The Originals Always and Forever - Series Premiere of The Vampire Diaries Spin-Off Series - Starring Joseph Morgan, Phoebe Tonkin, & Daniella Pineda REVIEW: The Originals Always and Forever – Series Premiere of The Vampire Diaries Spin-Off Series – Starring Joseph Morgan, Phoebe Tonkin, & Daniella Pineda By Yael @yaeltygiel Everyone’s favorite hybrid (werewolf/vampire) and his family of Original vampires return to New Orleans in the series premiere of Vampire Diaries spin-off, The Originals. If you haven’t seen the premiere episode, ... Read more

REVIEW: Once Upon A TIme – Season 3 Premiere ‘The Heart of the Truest Believer’ – Episode Recap & Review September 30, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Once Upon A TIme - Season 3 Premiere 'The Heart of the Truest Believer' - Episode Recap & Review REVIEW: Once Upon A TIme – Season 3 Premiere ‘The Heart of the Truest Believer’ – Episode Recap & Review  By Yael @yaeltygiel The magic, true love, and drama returns with ABC’s Once Upon A Time in the 3rd season premiere ‘The Heart of the Truest Believer.’ If you haven’t seen the season premiere yet, then read no ... Read more

REVIEW: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC – Pilot Episode Recap & Review September 25, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC - Pilot Episode Recap & Review REVIEW: Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. on ABC – Pilot Episode Recap & Review By Yael @yaeltygiel The most anticipated new show of the 2013 Fall season has premiered. Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. answered plenty of questions and set up what’s sure to be an interesting season of Television. If you haven’t seen Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. yet then read ... Read more

REVIEW: Masters of Sex Advance Review – Showtime’s Masters of Sex starring Michael Sheen & Lizzy Caplan as William Masters and Virginia Johnson September 18, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Masters of Sex Advance Review - Showtime's Masters of Sex starring Michael Sheen & Lizzy Caplan as William Masters and Virginia Johnson REVIEW: Masters of Sex Advance Review – Showtime’s Masters of Sex starring Michael Sheen & Lizzy Caplan as William Masters and Virginia Johnson By Yael @yaeltygiel Photo Property of Showtime Just after Kinsey created his scale, Dr. William Masters asked “what happens to the body during sex” among other questions (“Why would a woman fake an orgasm?”). Showtime’s new ... Read more

REVIEW: Dads on FOX – Series Premiere – Seth MacFarlane’s Live-Action Comedy starring Seth Green & Giovanni Ribisi September 18, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Dads on FOX - Series Premiere - Seth MacFarlane's Live-Action Comedy starring Seth Green & Giovanni Ribisi REVIEW: Dads on FOX – Series Premiere – Seth MacFarlane’s Live-Action Comedy starring Seth Green & Giovanni Ribisi By Yael @yaeltygiel Photo Courtesy of FOX Seth MacFarlane’s “controversial” new live-action comedy series, Dads, has premiered on FOX. If you haven’t seen the pilot episode yet, then… well, this isn’t really spoilery. The pilot episode is actually just an explanation ... Read more

REVIEW: True Blood – Season 6 Episode 10 – Radioactive – Season 6 Finale – Episode Recap & Review August 19, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: True Blood - Season 6 Episode 10 - Radioactive - Season 6 Finale - Episode Recap & Review REVIEW: True Blood – Season 6 Episode 13 ‘Radioactive’ – Season 6 Finale – Episode Recap & Review By Yael @yaeltygiel It’s the final episode of this season of True Blood, and if you haven’t seen Radioactive yet then read no further and consider this your official SPOILER ALERT!  Photo Property of HBO Before delving into the season finale, can ... Read more

REVIEW: ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars – Season 4 Episode 10 – The Mirror Has Three Faces – Episode Recap & Review August 14, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: ABC Family's Pretty Little Liars - Season 4 Episode 10 - The Mirror Has Three Faces - Episode Recap & Review REVIEW: ABC Family’s Pretty Little Liars – Season 4 Episode 10 – The Mirror Has Three Faces – Episode Recap & Review By Yael @yaeltygiel After Emily’s house was wrecked, she moves into Ali’s old room. If you haven’t seen Pretty Little Liars’ The Mirror Has Three Faces yet then read no further and consider this your official ... Read more

REVIEW: ABC Family’s Switched At Birth – Season 2 Episode 20 – The Merrymakers – Episode Recap & Review August 13, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: ABC Family's Switched At Birth - Season 2 Episode 20 - The Merrymakers - Episode Recap & Review REVIEW: ABC Family’s Switched At Birth – Season 2 Episode 20 – The Merrymakers – Episode Recap & Review By Yael @yaeltygiel The Switched At Birth wedding is almost here, so the bride and groom attend their bachelor/bachelorette parties. If you haven’t seen The Merrymakers yet, then read no further and consider this your official SPOILER ALERT! Photo Property ... Read more

REVIEW: Drop Dead Diva – Season 5 Episode 8 – 50 Shades of Grayson – Summer Finale 2013 – Episode Recap & Review August 12, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Drop Dead Diva - Season 5 Episode 8 - 50 Shades of Grayson - Summer Finale 2013 - Episode Recap & Review REVIEW: Drop Dead Diva – Season 5 Episode 8 – 50 Shades of Grayson – Summer Finale 2013 By Yael @yaeltygiel In the final episode of the summer, Drop Dead Diva took Jane to San Diego and Kim finally goes into labor. If you haven’t seen ’50 Shades of Grayson’, read no further and consider this your SPOILER ... Read more

REVIEW: Man of Steel – Henry Cavill Stars with Michael Shannon, Amy Adams, Kevin Costner, and Diane Lane June 14, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Man of Steel - Henry Cavill Stars with Michael Shannon, Amy Adams, Kevin Costner, and Diane Lane REVIEW: Man of Steel – Henry Cavill Stars with Michael Shannon, Amy Adams, Kevin Costner, and Diane Lane  Photo Courtesy of Warner Brothers By Yael @yaeltygiel Warning: This Review may be considered Spoilery Man of Steel stars Henry Cavill as the title character (Clark/ Kal/ Superman). Still stinging from Brandon Routh’s version in 2006, my expectations for this new Superman ... Read more

REVIEW: Man of Steel – Henry Cavill Stars with Michael Shannon, Amy Adams, Kevin Costner, and Diane Lane June 14, 2013 fanversationWarning: This Review may be considered Spoilery Man of Steel stars Henry Cavill as the title character (Clark/ Kal/ Superman). Still stinging from Brandon Routh’s version in 2006, my expectations for this new Superman franchise were extremely low. Thankfully David S. Goyer (author of the screenplay) wanted the squash any doubts immediately by introducing the audience ... Read more

REVIEW: Once Upon A Time – Season 2 Episode 22 "And Straight on ‘Til Morning" – Once Upon A Time Season Finale – Episode Recap & Review May 13, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Once Upon A Time - Season 2 Episode 22 "And Straight on 'Til Morning" - Once Upon A Time Season Finale - Episode Recap & Review REVIEW: Once Upon A Time – Season 2 Episode 22 “And Straight on ‘Til Morning” – Once Upon A Time Season Finale – Episode Recap & Review Photo Property of ABC By Yael @yaeltygiel ABC’s Once Upon A Time reveals answers in the second season finale,  “And Straight on ‘Til Morning.” If you haven’t seen the season finale of ... Read more

REVIEW: Glee – Season 4 Episode 22 "All or Nothing" – Glee Season Finale – Episode Recap & Review May 10, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Glee - Season 4 Episode 22 "All or Nothing" - Glee Season Finale - Episode Recap & Review REVIEW: Glee – Season 4 Episode 22 “All or Nothing” – Glee Season Finale – Episode Recap & Review Photo Property of FOX By Yael @yaeltygiel The McKinley High New Directions head to Regionals to compete against guest star Jessica Sanchez from American Idol, while Rachel sings her heart out at the Funny Girl call back. If you haven’t ... Read more

REVIEW: Once Upon A Time – Season 2 Episode 21 "Second Star to the Right" – Episode Recap & Review May 6, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Once Upon A Time - Season 2 Episode 21 "Second Star to the Right" - Episode Recap & Review REVIEW: Once Upon A Time – Season 2 Episode 21 “Second Star to the Right” – Episode Recap & Review Photo Property of ABC By Yael @yaeltygiel Regina goes missing and we finally see where Bae ended up after leaving the Enchanted Forest so long ago. If you haven’t seen Second Star to the Right left, then read no ... Read more

REVIEW: Scandal – Season 2 Episode 20 "A Woman Scorned" – Episode Recap & Review May 3, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Scandal - Season 2 Episode 20 "A Woman Scorned" - Episode Recap & Review REVIEW: Scandal – Season 2 Episode 20 “A Woman Scorned” – Episode Recap & Review Photo Property of ABC By Yael @yaeltygiel ABC’s Scandal is my one of favorite “thoughtless” shows. I watch for the 60 minutes of mindless entertainment. Tonight’s episode, A Woman Scorned, was no different. Mellie’s clock runs out and Olivia Pope’s people get closer to the ... Read more

REVIEW: Glee – Season 4 Episode 21 "Wonder-ful" – Episode Recap & Review May 3, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Glee - Season 4 Episode 21 "Wonder-ful" - Episode Recap & Review REVIEW: Glee – Season 4 Episode 21 “Wonder-ful” – Episode Recap & Review Photo Property of FOX By Yael @yaeltygiel After a slew of good news, Mr. Schue introduces this week’s assignment of celebrating life by singing Stevie Wonder songs (thanks for spelling it out for us Ryder). Glee club alums Mercedes, Mike Chang, and Kurt return to McKinley ... Read more

REVIEW: 2 Broke Girls – Season 2 Episode 22 "And The Extra Work" – Episode Recap & Review April 30, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: 2 Broke Girls - Season 2 Episode 22 "And The Extra Work" - Episode Recap & Review REVIEW: 2 Broke Girls – Season 2 Episode 22 “And The Extra Work” – Episode Recap & Review Photo Propert of CBS By Yael @yaeltygiel When ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’ walks into the diner, Max & Caroline find themselves dealing with a flirty director. If you haven’t seen “And the Extra Work” yet then read no further ... Read more

REVIEW: Once Upon A Time – Season 2 Episode 20 "The Evil Queen" – Episode Recap & Review April 29, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Once Upon A Time - Season 2 Episode 20 "The Evil Queen" - Episode Recap & Review REVIEW: Once Upon A Time – Season 2 Episode 20 “The Evil Queen” – Episode Recap & Review Photo Property of ABC By Yael @yaeltygiel Just when we thought we knew the whole story of why Regina became so evil, OUAT reveals another layer to her heartlessness. If you haven’t seen “The Evil Queen” yet then read no further ... Read more

REVIEW: Glee – Season 4 Episode 20 "Lights Out" – Episode Recap & Review April 26, 2013 Yael Tygiel REVIEW: Glee – Season 4 Episode 20 “Lights Out” – Episode Recap & Review By Yael @yaeltygiel With the power out at McKinley, the only thing left to do is sing it unplugged. If you haven’t yet seen Lights Out then read no further and consider this your official SPOILER ALERT At McKinley, Schue takes the opportunity to stress ... Read more

REVIEW: Revolution – Season 1 Episode 14 "The Night The Lights Went Out in Georgia" – Episode Recap & Review April 23, 2013 Yael Tygiel REVIEW: Revolution – Season 1 Episode 14 “The Night The Lights Went Out in Georgia” – Episode Recap & Review By Yael @yaeltygiel We finally get to see outside the Monroe Republic in Revolution’s ‘The Night The Lights Went Out in Georgia’ but if you haven’t seen this episode yet, then read no further and consider this your ... Read more

REVIEW: Once Upon A Time – Season 2 Episode 19 "Lacey" – Episode Review & Recap April 22, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Once Upon A Time - Season 2 Episode 19 "Lacey" - Episode Review & Recap REVIEW: Once Upon A Time – Season 2 Episode 19  “Lacey” – Episode Review & Recap  Photo Property of ABC By Yael @yaeltygiel ABC’s Once Upon A Time returns and with all the mysteries still left unsolved, I for one couldn’t be happier. If you haven’t seen “Lacey” then read no further and consider this your official SPOILER ALERT!  ... Read more

REVIEW: Doctor Who – Season 7 Episode 10 "Hide" – Episode Recap & Review April 21, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Doctor Who - Season 7 Episode 10 "Hide" - Episode Recap & Review REVIEW: Doctor Who – Season 7 Episode 10 “Hide” – Episode Recap & Review Photo Property of BBC By Yael @yaeltygiel Clara & The Doctor pop into 1974 to help hunt a ghost. Little do they know this ghost is not as fun as The Doctor expected. If you haven’t yet seen ‘Hide’ then read no further and consider ... Read more

REVIEW: Glee – Season 4 Episode 19 "Sweet Dreams" – Episode Recap & Review April 19, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Glee - Season 4 Episode 19 "Sweet Dreams" - Episode Recap & Review REVIEW: Glee – Season 4 Episode 19 “Sweet Dreams” – Episode Recap & Review  By Yael @yaeltygiel McKinley High begins to recover after last week’s not-school-shooting. If you haven’t yet seen “Sweet Dreams” do not read any further and consider this you SPOILER ALERT. Mr. Schu regroups the Glee club after last week’s underwhelming tragedy and presents the set ... Read more

REVIEW: 2 Broke Girls – Season 2 Episode 21 "And the Worst Selfie Ever" – Episode Recap & Review April 16, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: 2 Broke Girls - Season 2 Episode 21 "And the Worst Selfie Ever" - Episode Recap & Review REVIEW: 2 Broke Girls – Season 2 Episode 21 “And the Worst Selfie Ever” – Episode Recap & Review By Yael @yaeltygiel Photo Property of CBS Caroline calls Andy for a booty call and may have gotten more than she bargained for in ‘And the Worst Selfie Ever’ – if you haven’t seen episode 21 yet, do not read ... Read more

REVIEW: 2 Broke Girls – Season 2 Episode 21 "And the Worst Selfie Ever" – Episode Recap & Review April 16, 2013 Yael Tygielaroline calls Andy for a booty call and may have gotten more than she bargained for in ‘And the Worst Selfie Ever’ – if you haven’t seen episode 21 yet, do not read any further and consider this your official SPOILER ALERT. The episode opened on a seemingly unimportant interaction between the roommates discussing their ... Read more

REVIEW: Mad Men – Season 6, Episode 2 "The Collaborators" – Episode Recap & Review April 15, 2013 Yael Tygiel REVIEW: Mad Men – Season 6, Episode 2 “The Collaborators” – Episode Recap & Review   By Yael @yaeltygiel After last week’s two hour season premiere of Mad Men, ‘The Collaborators’ had a lot a lot to live up to, including keep the audience entertained while making sure the story continued to move forward. Personally, I don’t think ... Read more

REVIEW: Mad Men – Season 6, Episode 2 "The Collaborators" – Episode Recap & Review April 14, 2013 Yael TygielAfter last week’s two hour season premiere of Mad Men, ‘The Collaborators’ had a lot a lot to live up to, including keep the audience entertained while making sure the story continued to move forward. Personally, I don’t think ‘The Collaborators’ was as interesting as the previous episode, but if you haven’t yet seen ‘The ... Read more

REVIEW: Doctor Who – Season 7 Episode 9 "Cold War" – Episode Recap & Review April 14, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Doctor Who - Season 7 Episode 9 "Cold War" - Episode Recap & Review REVIEW: Doctor Who – Season 7 Episode 9 “Cold War” – Episode Recap & Review Photo Property of BBC By Yael @yaeltygiel The Doctor and Clara find themselves on a sinking soviet submarine during the cold war with Ser Davos Seaworth  a Russian Captain (actor Liam Cunningham) – If you haven’t yet seen ‘Cold War’ do not read any ... Read more

REVIEW: Glee – Season 4, Episode 18 "Shooting Star" – Episode Recap & Review April 12, 2013 Yael TygielREVIEW: Glee - Season 4, Episode 18 "Shooting Star" - Episode Recap & Review Photo Property of yael.tv REVIEW: Glee – Season 4, Episode 18 “Shooting Star” – Episode Recap & Review By Yael @yaeltygiel Naming tonight’s episode of ‘Shooting Star’ was a very clever move by creator Ryan Murphy. If you have not seen ‘Shooting Star’ yet, do no read any further and consider this your SPOILER ALERT!  ‘Shooting Star’ begins Brittany S. ... Read more

REVIEW: Glee – Season 4, Episode 18 "Shooting Star" – Episode Recap & Review April 11, 2013 Yael TygielNaming tonight’s episode of ‘Shooting Star’ was a very clever move by creator Ryan Murphy. If you have not seen ‘Shooting Star’ yet, do no read any further and consider this your SPOILER ALERT! ‘Shooting Star’ begins Brittany S. Pierce making a ridiculous claim that an astroid/ comet/ meteor is heading towards Earth (like a ... Read more

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