Big Little Lies: Pilot Review

  Somebody’s dead. The premiere of HBO’s glossy new Sunday fare blatantly tells us just that. The statement doubles as both the first episode’s title, as well as the subject of the seven-part miniseries mystery from writer David E. Kelley. Based on Australian author Liane Moriarty’s novel of the same name, Big Little Lies capitalizes […]

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Game Of Thrones: Season 1’s Best Bits

Hey guys, today we are going to do a quick fire recap of season 1 of Game of Thrones. I’ll go through my favorite and saddest bits of the season. Just a heads up before we get started, this post will contain SPOILERS! So,please, if you have not seen the show and don’t want spoilers, do […]


A Guide to Game of Thrones

Hey guys, let’s have a chat about the wonderful, crazy, heart stopping show called Game of Thrones! I thought about recapping each episode of each season but when I sat down and thought about it, I realised how big this show really is and with how much happens each season, It’s just too big! so […]

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Things We Love – February Edition

Things We Love is a place for the contributors of Really Late Reviews to let you know what we’ve been enjoying in pop culture this month. From joyous comedies to psychological dramas to country albums, Things We Love is a way to discover some new gems and re-discover some old favorites.

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Miniseries Review: John Adams

I find it simultaneously funny and sad that despite the fact that much of my elementary and middle school history classes focused on the American Revolution, it wasn’t until I watched the John Adams miniseries last week that I was fully aware of all our second president’s contributions to our nation’s birth. John Adams worked […]


Newsroom Recap: “Election Night Part I” – Tick… Tick, Boom

The Newsroom’s second season finale is airing in less than twelve hours and from the outcome of last Sunday’s episode, things are bound to blow up before election night comes to a close. Spoiler alert: ICYMI Obama wins. Also, this might have been the best episode of The Newsroom this season. With this in mind, […]


The Newsroom Recap: “Red Team III” – It Was All A Matter Of Time

Sunday night’s episode of The Newsroom was so earth shattering that HBO is kindly giving us two weeks to recuperate before the next episode airs. Well, that’s what I at least keep telling myself. The seventh episode of the season focuses around the Operation Genoa broadcast and the fallout that occurred following that destructive day. […]


The Newsroom Recap: “One Step Too Many” – Or How Jerry Dantana Ruined Everything

After Sunday night’s episode of The Newsroom, audiences were probably thinking two things: where was Will McAvoy and why is Jerry Dantana the absolute worst? But before I get ahead of myself, I’ll just say a lot of really bad things went down at Atlantic Cable News and Operation Genoa is on the verge of […]


The Newsroom Recap: “News Night With Will McAvoy” – It’s Hard Out There For An ACN Journalist

Sunday night’s episode of The Newsroom was by far one of the most compelling episodes this season. It’s crazy to think we’re already half-way through the show’s sophomore run! Where has the time gone? Oh – Africa, The Romney campaign, Will’s brooding, etc. Anywho, in the fifth episode, most of the ACN journalists endure one […]


The Newsroom Recap: “Unintended Consequences” – Oh, So That’s What Happened to Maggie in Africa

In this week’s episode of The Newsroom, we discover what happened to Maggie and Gary when they traveled to Africa, Will attacks the Occupy Wall Street Movement, and Jim kisses a girl and he likes it! Though I personally felt the episode was much less climactic than the show built it up to be, I […]