It’s no surprise that an Andy Samberg comedy is relentlessly funny here with “Palm Springs” –but what was pleasantly unexpected was a deep examination of humanity in general. The film is a really funny, heartfelt romantic comedy that drew me in right from the start. Continue reading Review: “Palm Springs” (2020) HULU
NBC’s new television series “Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist” is more than just a musical comedy. Zoey (Jane Levy) works at a tech company. Her boss, Joan (Lauren Graham) has given her a job promotion which puts her more directly in contact with Joan but also having to oversee an entirely male team. At work, she has two confidants, Simon (John Clarence Stewart) and Max (Skylar Astin), but tends to have to handle situations on her own. Outside of work, Zoey’s father, Mitch (Peter Gallagher), is sick and her mother, Maggie (Mary Steenburgen) is his main caregiver.
If that situation wasn’t enough, Zoey, afraid she is developing the same condition as her father, goes to have an MRI; during the MRI, an earthquake strikes, and once she comes out, she begins hearing everyone’s thoughts in song. Continue reading Review: Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist