Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom is such an intoxicating film that once you settle into the story and the performances, you’re full.
The Importance of Loyalty and Legacy in The Irishman
The Irishman was a movie not only for the ages, but for most ages because it showed us all our humanity, whether you wanted to see it or not. Like me.
After 15 Seasons Supernatural Certainly Ended with Blood
The CW’s Supernatural ended its entire series with a flurry of hits…or a swift kick in the nuts, depending on who you ask.
Review | Ammonite Feels Like a Fossil in the Passion Department
Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan are awesome in Ammonite, and that wasn’t even enough for what seems to be a forced LGBTQ affair.
Review | On the Rocks Aged Boldly, Went Down Smooth Like Whiskey
On the Rocks is a heartwarming film that explores marriage and the relationship of a father and his daughter. A LOVE-ly film.
Settle Into Positions with an Ariana Grande Unique Vibe
Thanks to the work on the sixth album of Ariana Grande, it sounds like there are many positions of success in her future.
Review | Netflix’s Newest Animation Sent Fans Over the Moon
Over the Moon is one of the best animated films of the year. Co-directed by Glen Keane and John Kahrs, this film as such stunning animation
Sorkin Season: The Trial of the Chicago 7 is His Best Work Yet
From a bleak history to a timely triumph, The Trail of the Chicago gives history…and Aaron Sorkin’s best work ever.
Review | The Haunting of Bly Manor: More Gothic Love than Ghost Story
Mike Flanagan is back with his latest horror Netflix series, The Haunting at Bly Manor. Yet, this is more about matters of the heart than death by ghosting.
Review | The Devil All The Time Was a Helluva Ride, Most of the Time
The Devil All The Time is a slow burn into hell, but ultimately, we get a divine payoff. Despite not using half the cast to deliver it.
Review | ‘I’m Thinking of Ending Things’ Should Have…Differently
‘I’m Thinking of Ending Things’ starts out as a young woman questioning her relationship and devolves as convoluted study on ageism and life itself.
Ranking Superman: How The Man of Steel Changed Through The Years
It is time to rank every Superman film done for the movies. The first three or four you can imagine. But those other two?!
Batfleck Returns: Affleck Will Appear in Andy Muschietti’s ‘The Flash’
We prayed. We wished. And it happened. Batfleck is back in the DCEU. Oh yeah, the DCEU is back too.
The Snyder Cut Journey: What We Know and What We Expect
We’ve been on an incredible journey to bring the Snyder Cut to reality. What have we learned? What do we know? Let’s discuss.
Review | ‘The Tax Collector’ was Taxing to Watch, Costing Time You’ll Never Get Back
David Ayer’s ‘The Tax Collector’ wasn’t much for the price of admission and it cost much more to tolerate than it should have.
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