Posts by Tracy Low

Loves good and bad TV; same goes for movies. My screen blog is for me to critically analyse and review the TV shows and movies that I watch.

Movie Review: Wonder Woman 1984 🏹👟🤝🐆

Wonder Woman 1984 is a spectacle that is absolutely marvelling.

Gal Gadot and Chris Pine in Wonder Woman 1984.

Gal Gadot (left) and Chris Pine (right) in Wonder Woman 1984. CREDIT: Warner Bros.

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After months of delay, Wonder Woman 1984 (WW84) (2020, directed by Patty Jenkins) premiered internationally in theatres earlier this week. The female-led blockbuster, which has kept eager fans waiting for almost half a year, is the second film in the Jenkins-led franchise. In the film, Diana Prince aka Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot) takes audiences to 1984, as she fights a new kind of evil alongside familiar companion, Steve Trevor (Chris Pine).

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Movie Review: Happiest Season 👩‍❤️‍👩🎄

Happiest Season is a holiday-themed coming out rom-com that will warm your heart.

Dan Levy, Mackenzie Davis, Kristen Stewart, Victor Garber, Mary Steenburgen, Mary Holland, Aubrey Plaza, and Clea DuVall at a pride parade.

From left to right: Dan Levy, Mackenzie Davis, Kristen Stewart, Victor Garber, Mary Steenburgen, Mary Holland, Aubrey Plaza, and Clea DuVall in Happiest Season. CREDIT: Hulu

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For this year’s Thanksgiving holiday, Hulu has gifted us with a delightful lesbian Christmas-themed rom-com titled, Happiest Season (2020, co-written and directed by Clea DuVall), which stars Kristen Stewart as Abigail “Abby” and Mackenzie Davis as Harper, a couple who returns to the latter’s home for Christmas. Of course, chaos ensues when Harper reveals to Abby that she has not come out to her family and they are oblivious about the pair’s romantic relationship.

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TV Review: The Queen’s Gambit ♟️

The Queen’s Gambit is an exciting limited series that takes audiences into the world of competitive chess.

Anya Taylor-Joy stars as Beth Harmon in The Queen's Gambit. CREDIT: Netflix

Anya Taylor-Joy stars as Beth Harmon in The Queen’s Gambit. CREDIT: Netflix

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I’ve never thought much about the game of chess, or how it could be turned into a TV series, until The Queen’s Gambit (2020, created by Scott Frank and Allan Scott) popped up on my radar. A Netflix limited series, this seven-episode show stars Anya Taylor-Joy as Elizabeth (Beth) Harmon, an enthused chess player who finds her way to becoming the world champion.

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Movie Review: Love and Monsters ❤️🦀

Love and Monsters is an apocalyptic movie that feels a bit antiquated in 2020.

Dylan O'Brien stars in Love and Monsters. CREDIT: Paramount Pictures

Dylan O’Brien stars in Love and Monsters. CREDIT: Paramount Pictures

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One has to wonder why would Dylan O’Brien star in another dystopian-esque movie, having been in The Maze Runner franchise a few years back. Set in the post-apocalyptic period, Love and Monsters (2020, directed by Michael Matthews) depicts a world where mutated insects roam the earth and humans have been tucked away in different bunker colonies for survival.

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TV Review: The Haunting of Bly Manor 👻

The Haunting of Bly Manor is a perfectly splendid gothic romance story.

THE HAUNTING OF BLY MANOR (L to R) VICTORIA PEDRETTI as DANI in THE HAUNTING OF BLY MANOR Cr. EIKE SCHROTER/NETFLIX © 2020

Victoria Pedretti stars as Dani Clayton in The Haunting of Bly Manor. CREDIT: Netflix

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The Haunting of Bly Manor (2020, created by Mike Flanagan) is the second season of the anthological Haunting franchise by Netflix. Bly Manor is set in the late 80s and follows a rich family, their staff, and their lives in the countryside of Bly Manor.

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TV Review: Emily in Paris Season 1 🇫🇷

Emily in Paris is a dated television series that fails to stand out in 2020.

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Lily Collins (left) stars as Emily Cooper and Ashley Park (right) stars as Mindy Chen in Emily in Paris. CREDIT: Netflix

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Hoping on the trend of social media marketing, Emily in Paris (created by Darren Star) follows Emily Cooper (Lily Collins) who moves to Paris, France for a year to work in a marketing agency.

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