The Yard was a really good book that seemingly fits all the things I enjoy in a novel and story in general. With a great mystery, solid thrills, excellent location, and compelling characters I am happy to report that this book was captivating the whole time!
I thought this was a fantastic episode and it was very intriguing with many plot points and elements that I am curious about where they will go. The questions about Danny’s father and his connections to Yitzhak and Jack are still wide open. Where are Yitzhak and Ariana? Every answer has a new question that it asks and I have no idea where the story will go but I am waiting to find out. This is exactly what I want from a thriller to build suspense and to make me think of possibilities!
This was easily the best episode of the season so far. With multiple things revealed and set up, it feels like the show has wrapped up one chapter of the story but we have so much more to delve into!
Overall, I thought this was a pretty important episode that allowed better character exploration of Danny as well as Yitzhak and Ariana who will be important for the crime that started this whole thing off. While I thought this episode was important I did find it slower than the first and not as interesting as the first which left me disappointed though I hope it starts to build the intrigue once more.
I thought this was a pretty good opening episode with lots of questions that spark curiosity about how they will be resolved in the following episodes.
Windfall is a slow movie that build its way up to an explosive climax. Not for those who are impatient.
The Matchmaker: A Spy in Berlin is a fun read for a crime and mystery novel. From fun characters, to an interesting plot, it has everything and more you could ask for.
Brazen is Netflix’s newest film and it is a film that overall we thought was alright. We found that the story was predictable but the characters were fine. However this is not a film we will necessarily remember in a year.
Bad Boys is a solid movie with some great characters. It lacks a stellar plot, and feels forced at times. The length is a bit much, and a more refined movie would have been a lot more entertaining.
Cherry is a wonderfully written movie, but it’s heavy. The emotional load doesn’t ever let up in the second half, and it becomes hard to watch at times.