Posts by Tracy Low

Loves good and bad TV; same goes for movies. My screen blog is for me to critically analyse and review the TV shows and movies that I watch.

Movie Review: Teen Spirit 🎤🎶

Elle Fanning shines as a pop sensation in Teen Spirit.

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Elle Fanning stars as Violet in Teen Spirit. CREDIT: LD Entertainment

This post for Teen Spirit is spoiler-free.

Teen Spirit (2019, written and directed by Max Minghella) felt like Elle Fanning’s debut as a full-blown pop star. The film follows 17-year-old Violet (Fanning) who competes in a British singing competition called Teen Spirit (also the title of the film).

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Movie Review: Student of the Year 2 🤼‍♂️🏟️

This second movie for the Student of the Year franchise is so bad that you will end up laughing at how stupid it actually is.

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From left to right: Tara Sutaria stars as Mirdula “Mia”, Tiger Shroff stars as Rohan Sachdev, and Ananya Panday stars as Shreya Randhawa in Student of the Year 2. CREDIT: Dharma Productions

This post for Student of the Year 2 is spoiler-free.

Student of the Year 2 (SOTY2) (2019, directed by Punit Malhotra) seems to strive to be more of an action film rather than focusing its movie plot entirely on the students.

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Movie Review: The Last Summer ☀️⛱️

It’s literally a movie about the last summer for a bunch of high school graduates.

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Maia Mitchell (left) and KJ Apa (right) respectively star as Phoebe and Griffin in The Last Summer. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for The Last Summer is spoiler-free.

The Last Summer (2019, directed by William Bindley) is like Valentine’s Day or New Year’s Eve, but instead, it is set during summer holidays before a bunch of high school graduates enter college.

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Trailer Reaction: Spider-Man: Far From Home 🕷️

Peter Parker is weeping, and so am I.

This post contains spoilers for Avengers: Endgame.

Today’s is the official embargo lift on all spoiler-related Avengers: Endgame talk, so it’s no surprise that Marvel would drop their Spider-Man: Far From Home official trailer on the same day.

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TV Review: Dead to Me Season 1 🥂🦜

Dead to Me never ceases to stun audiences by replacing predictable moments with unexpected twists.

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Linda Cardellini (left) and Christina Applegate (right) respectively star as Judy Hale and Jennifer “Jen” Harding in Dead to Me. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for Dead To Me Season 1 is spoiler-free.

Let me tell you that Dead to Me Season 1 (2019, created by Liz Feldman) is no fun to watch if you are already spoiled. The series follows Jennifer “Jen” Harding (Christina Applegate) who is grieving over her husband’s death after he was killed in a hit and run; she befriends a weird and eccentric lady named Judy Hale (Linda Cardellini) at a grief group, and they soon become besties.

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TV Review: Chambers Season 1 🐁✂️

Chambers is a chilling and suspenseful series that becomes too predictable and a tad bit puzzling.

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Sivan Alyra Rose stars as Sasha Yazzie in Chambers. CREDIT: Netflix

This post for Chambers Season 1 is spoiler-free.

Chambers Season 1 (2019, created by Leah Rachel) follows 17-year-old Sasha Yazzie (Sivan Alyra Rose) who receives a heart transplant from a stranger named Becky LeFevre (Lilliya Reid) after facing a sudden heart attack; strange occurrences starts to happen to Sasha when she recovers from her heart surgery, and develops a friendly relationship with her donor’s family.

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Movie Review: Avengers: Endgame 💙💛❤️💜💚🧡

Avengers: Endgame is without a doubt one of the greatest superhero movies that Marvel has ever made.

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From left to right: Jeremy Renner, Don Cheadle, Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Karen Gillan, Bradley Cooper, Paul Rudd and Scarlett Johansson star in Avengers: Endgame. CREDIT: Marvel Studios

This post for Avengers: Endgame contains spoilers.

Avengers: Endgame (2019, directed by Anthony Russo and Joe Russo) picks up from where last year’s Avengers: Infinity War left off. With a runtime of slightly over 3 hours, every scene in Endgame never ceases to amaze me.

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