Reel Encounters

Golda Rosheuvel in “Bridgerton” (Liam Daniel/Netflix photo)
Golda Rosheuvel in “Bridgerton” (Liam Daniel/Netflix photo)

Screen Queen: Golda Rosheuvel is ready to claim her throne

Up until quite recently you might not have heard of Golda Rosheuvel, the Guyanese-born British actress who has won the attention of audiences around the world for her scene-stealing turn as Queen Charlotte on Netflix’s period drama “Bridgerton”.

“Our Friend” is a tender exploration of grief

In 2015, Matthew Teague published an essay in Esquire magazine. The entry-point was about his wife’s cancer-diagnosis and untimely death, but the essay’s focus was the way that one of their friend’s became a dependable fortress that helped the family through the ordeal.

“Happiest Season” is no Christmas delight

In the first fifteen minutes of Clea DuVall’s romantic comedy “Happiest Season”, the film has delivered a slew of well-worn tropes that align it with a long and storied line of similar romantic comedies and holiday films.

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