Ryan Murphy’s new comedy-web series features rich high school student Payton Hobart and his political orchestrations aimed at his ultimate goal: to become president of the United States.
The strife between Colombia and Venezuela continues as Bogota releases this TV series about the life of the most revered hero in Latin America.
A quick review of available feel-good movies on Netflix: Ralph Breaks the Internet, The Perfect Date, The Edge of Seventeen, Oh, Ramona, Ms. Granny, and Post Grad. Ralph Breaks the Internet Geek Rate: Sun god Worthy (4 out of 5 stars) This is part 2 of Ralph’s story. If you don’t know Ralph, he’s this…
Take it from a Filipino. Foreign YouTube vloggers will tell which places are best to go to in the Philippines, but it’s more fun (and legit) to listen to us Pinoys.
Operating under the premise that by high school, a kid is defined by one word only, 12-year-old Davis O’Brien attempts to find his own adjective before anyone else can give him one.
In “Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse,” I meet again the hero that I look up to since I was a kid.
“Meet Cute: Some People Are Destined to Meet” is a collection of stories by various YA authors about the probabilities of two individuals meeting and falling in love.
Here’s a quick review of some young adult books that you might want to read.
No Erwan Heussaff here. This is part 2 of the list where we check out some of the foreign channels in YouTube with content related to the Philippines: it’s people, the awesome food, the much more awesome places, and Jollibee (it is food but we need to mention it separately).
An astonishing true story based on a book by William Kamkwamba, “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind” might have a predictable story with its title, but its message is powerful enough to leave a mark.