Lost employed one of the largest ensemble casts in network TV history. With over 100 main and recurring characters, the production team was able to spin an enormous web of overlapping storylines spanning decades and reaching the entire globe. We’re not here to answer the big Lost questions. Was it all real? Were they in Purgatory the whole time? Did they ever try to make … Continue reading If you were stuck on Oceanic flight 815, Which character would you want sitting next to you?
Yesterday, Elon Musk and SpaceX successfully launched Americans into Space, becoming the first commercial entity to ever do so. One day prior, Greg Daniels’ Space Force was released to Netflix. The former was a smashing success. Doug and Bob have successfully attached their capsule to the ISS and the Falcon 9 rocket landed itself safely back on Earth. (For those wondering, reusable rockets can save … Continue reading Space Force Review
“See you in another life, brother.” This simple line delivered by Desomond Hume to Jack in the first episode takes a lot more meeting when we hear it again in episode 24. Season 2 brings us many of the answers we needed while also diving deeper into the mystique of the Island. Are the survivors of Oceanic flight 815 actually in another life? I also … Continue reading Looking back at Lost: Season 2
Let’s transport back to Fall 2010 for a minute. I’m sitting in my senior year english class next to Mr. Apple Juice himself. (Shout out Mrs. Gonda for letting me turn in all of my papers at the end of the semester, months after their due date) Netflix had just launched it’s streaming service and he recommended that we start Lost. I had obviously heard … Continue reading Looking back at Lost: Season 1
Everyone has that one random recurring character that stands out above all the rest. On the flip side, there’s also the character whose very presence makes you want to throw your remote through the screen. Let’s look back at some of the best (and worst) side and recurring characters. As an example, characters like Andy Bernard who became series regulars do not count. The Worst: … Continue reading TV’s Best (and worst) Side Characters
Let me venture a guess and assume that most of you havent seen the lowest grossing comedy of 1996. We’re not talking Independance Day, Mission Impossible, or The Rock. We’re talking about the Pauly Shore classic, Bio Dome! Let me refresh your memory… A couple stoner dudes accidentally wander into the most ambitous science experiment of the decade? Classic comedy material right there. Howeva… did … Continue reading Spaceship Earth and it’s Lovable Band of Misfits
Many TV shows and movies today explore the future of technology and how it will impact our daily lives. Greg Daniels, who gave us the Office and many more beloved comedies, takes us down the digital afterlife rabbit hole with Upload. I could only hope that, in a mere 13 years, our society figures out self driving cars, VR/AR, printed food, drone deliveries, and more. … Continue reading Upload Review
Welcome to the newest monthly installment to the Apple Juice Blog! For those who have been binging their hearts out during quarentine, here are some new shows dropping this month: Space Force (May 29, Netflix) — Hold on to your seatbelts folks, they finally dropped the trailer. This has been one of the most talked about new shows since they announced it last year. Steve … Continue reading May TV Trailer Drop
As he stood on the stage accepting his Golden Globe for best Actor in a Musical or Comedy, Ramy Youssef joked, “I know you guys haven’t seen my show.” Following a raucous laughter, he continues, “We made a very specific show about and Arab Muslim family living in New Jersey. It means so much to be recognized by all of you for the hard work … Continue reading Ramy – The Best Show you Haven’t Seen Yet???
How is it that a show who’s pilot was filmed on a camcorder for under $100 has turned into the country’s longest running live action comedy series? To answer that question, we need to take a deep dive into the the minds of the struggling actors who brought our favorite bar owners to life. Often referred to as “Seinfeld on crack”, Always Sunny has moved … Continue reading It will Always be Sunny (Funny) in Philadelphia