A decent collection of New York inspired tunes that easily outlives the television show it was a soundtrack to.
The 6th episode of #MySpringDay disappoints with a tedious and repetitive series of filler plots and flashbacks. It’s a rather shallow and limited episode that bodes poorly for the future storyline. And was challenging to get myself to sit through.
It’s fairly good, but the double charburger is better.
My Spring Day continues to stagger as it piles on contrivances to introduce a possible element of fate. It’s still fairly good about moving the story along, but that story is getting messy and on the cusp of becoming tedious.
An atypical, but compelling, exploration of life in time.
My Spring Day does pretty well through most of episode 4 until one of the worst tropes endemic to Korean dramas shows up near the end to mangle the episode’s and series’ potential.
Khans of Tarkir had what I felt was the best prerelease since Gatecrash. Read on for my experience leading the Jeskai Clan.