Serena Seghedoni

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Pink: All I Know So Far – “The Truth Underneath” (Review)

Pink: All I Know So Far shows us an artist and a mother who handles every aspect of her life with the same love, dedication and humanity, and an undying desire to be true to herself.

Oxygen on Netflix: Laurent Excels in Surprisingly Philosophical Thriller (Review)

Starring a superb Mélanie Laurent, Alexandre Aja’s Oxygen is both a claustrophobic survival thriller and an introspective drama about memory, identity, and the ethics of scientific advancement.

The Music of Star Wars: The Best Musical Themes, Ranked from Worst to Best

May the Fourth Be With You! From John Williams’ history-making musical themes to Ludwig Göransson’s score for The Mandalorian, let’s take a look at the music of Star Wars, ranked from worst to best.

All Episodes of Ted Lasso ‘s Season 1, Ranked from Worst to Best

To celebrate the recent announcement of Ted Lasso’s Season 2 coming to AppleTV+ on July 23, we ranked all episodes of Season 1 from worst to best.

Netflix’s Shadow and Bone: Different, in All the Right Ways (Review)

Ben Barnes and Jessie Mei Li shine in Netflix’s “Shadow and Bone”, a faithful adaptation of Leigh Bardugo’s bestselling Grishaverse novels that is bound to draw you into its mysterious, magical world.

Voyagers Ends Where It Should Have Begun (Review)

Voyagers ends where it should have begun, taking one too many detours to tell the compelling story of the first generation of lab-bred humans on a scouting mission to space.

SXSW Online XR Took Us to Austin: Interview with Blake Kammerdiener

SXSW Online XR brought us the look and feel of the festival with an incredible recreation of Austin. We spoke with XR programmer Blake Kammerdiener: here’s how South By Southwest came alive in VR.

Slalom: The Journey to Saying “No” (Review)

In Slalom, writer-director Charlène Favier tackles sexual abuse in sports, taking us on an intimate journey with a young skier who finds peace by learning to say “no”.

Under The Volcano: The “Magic” of AIR Studios Montserrat (SXSW Review)

Clearly made for the fans, Under The Volcano features many influential recording artists reminiscing about their time at Sir George Martin’s AIR Studios Montserrat.

The One on Netflix: Enjoyable But Flawed DNA-Based Dating Series (Review)

Though Netflix’s The One uses recycled tropes to explore the world of DNA-based dating, it’s still worth watching for its intriguing subject matter and great performances from Zoë Tapper and Eric Kofi-Abrefa.