Out of all the gifts life has to offer, a mother’s love is the greatest of them all! Don’t forget to stop by & surprise your mom with flowers. ليس هنالك أعظم من حب الأم! لا تنسوا مفاجئة والدتكم بباقة ورد جميلة بهذا اليوم المميز
Our new podcast is live! Our top 10 films of 2017. Somehow the scheduling gods looked down upon us and we managed to organised four of us onto the same podcast! Ben, James, Jack, Harrison, and a special guest read out their favorites of the year.
The Judd Apatow produced Netflix original ‘Love’ works so well for its open-handed honesty when it comes to postmodern relationships. In fact the most frustrating thing about the show might actually be what makes it so addicting. But can season 3 maintain its algorithm, or do other distractions blatantly get in the way? - In the third and final season of ‘Love’, Mickey and Gus are finally ready to be in a fully committed relationship after a long, complicated, and somewhat messy journey. Between work, friends, and one peculiar family, it’s only so long before they crack under pressure. - As we all know, Mickey and Gus bring the relationships status ‘it’s complicated’ to a whole new level. The two have such enthralling personalities, it’s hard not to become a participant in their love triangles (or should I say hexagons). However, it seems like the pair have finally found their middle ground to becoming a steady and happy couple. We’re dealing with simple, empathetic characters that most importantly, reflect traits viewers can see in themselves. So as juicy as the drama is, it’s also nice to see them on a good note — at least with each other that is. - Remaining vigorously satisfying for the most part, there is one convention however, that sets this wrap up season apart from the previous two; the mistreatment of story arcs and several characters. While never necessarily feeling rushed, there were many subplots left unresolved and characters to receive the cold shoulder as the show makes its farewell. ‘Love’ may come to a close on its own terms, but the sloppy conclusion wasn’t exactly the most memorable one. I can’t say how I would prefer for Mickey and Gus’ story to end, because I don’t know if I fully believe in them as a couple yet. But that’s also the beauty of ‘Love’. It’s awkward, unstable, and immensely tangled — exactly what makes it feel so real and oddly comfortable. - While the season trilogy of ‘Love’