TV Review: I Am Not Okay With This Season 1 🤯

I Am Not Okay with the ending.


Sophia Lillis stars as Sydney Novak in I Am Not Okay With This. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for I Am Not Okay With This Season 1 is spoiler-free.

With only seven episodes in its first season, I Am Not Okay With This (2020, created by Jonathan Entwistle and Christy Hall) manages to shock audiences with a cliffhanger ending. Based on the graphic novel of the same name by Charles Forsman, the series follows Sydney Novak (Sophia Lillis) who discovers that she has telekinetic abilities when she is put under stressful circumstances.

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TV Review: Sharp Objects “Ripe” S01E04 💪🏻

Camille Preaker stans Kelly Clarkson, and I’m all for it.


Camille (Amy Adams) (left) and John Keene (Taylor John Smith) (right) on Sharp Objects “Ripe”. CREDIT: HBO

This post for Sharp Objects “Ripe” contains spoilers, and spoiler discussion from the original novel by author Gillian Flynn.

Camille may have grown up in the small town of Wind Gap, but I’m glad to know she’s familiar with Kelly Clarkson. She says, “what doesn’t kill you makes you stronger,” while talking on the phone with her editor Frank Curry. Well… or that line could just be a total coincidence and I might be reading too much into it.

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TV Review: Sharp Objects “Dirt” S01E02 ⚰️

Old habits die hard for Camille Preaker.



This post for Sharp Objects “Dirt” contains spoilers.

As I have read the original novel by Gillian Flynn, I’m getting a little impatient waiting to see what’s going to happen next in this TV series. “Dirt” (2018) focuses on the aftermath of Natalie Keene’s death and shows how the town is grieving with their loss; Camille continues on with her investigation and finds information that the police has overlooked.

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TV Review: Sharp Objects “Vanish” S01E01 🗒️

Finally! A new Jean-Marc Vallée TV project that I’ve been patiently waiting for!


Credit: HBO

This post for Sharp Objects “Vanish” contains spoilers.

I can’t lie, but the only reason why I’m psyched for this series is because of Vallée; and also mainly because I’ve read the book by Gillian Flynn, and am excited to see what the pages are going to be like on screen. I’ve only been acquainted to Vallée’s work because of last year’s Big Little Lies. I’m stoked to see that he has worked with the same cinematographer Yves Bélanger for Sharp Objects—a series which involves a murder mystery in the quiet town of Wind Gap.

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