Greatest Show and Movie of All-Time Brackets

A few weeks ago I got the idea to make a tournament among my followers to see what they think are the greatest shows and movies of all-time. I got a lot of answers and a ton of shows/movies that I expected to see weren’t mentioned at all. Continue reading Greatest Show and Movie of All-Time Brackets

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It Chapter Two, too long and anti-climactic (review)

It Chapter Two put together a dream cast with a combined 2 Oscar nominations, 6 Emmy nominations and 1 Emmy win (2, 3, and the win respectively from Jessica Chastain alone). Now the question was how they would go about telling this part of the story and could they truly capture the magic that the kids did with a group of 40 year olds? Continue reading It Chapter Two, too long and anti-climactic (review)

Peanut Butter Falcon review

Peanut Butter Falcon wastes no time getting to its story. Shia Labeouf plays Tyler. He’s a crappy fisherman who is on his way nowhere and keeps making trouble for himself down at the docks. At the same time we have Zak. He’s a young man with downs syndrome who is stuck at an old folks home in this same small, coastal North Carolina town. Along with his roommate he plans a late night escape and winds up having to hide at the docks.  Continue reading Peanut Butter Falcon review

Into the Dark: Culture Shock (Hulu)

Culture Shock at points is hard to follow. It’s starts out confusing, then becomes clear, then takes a surprising hard turn. For a while in the middle you will be very lost. I almost gave up on it during this period but when the reveal came I understood what was happening. Overall, I liked the idea by the end, just think it could have been executed differently.  Continue reading Into the Dark: Culture Shock (Hulu)

Midsommar… is not for everyone

If you saw Hereditary, think back to the last 30 minutes of the movie, then stretch that out over 2 hours. If you didn’t see Hereditary, Midsommar is a beautifully shot film that is 2 hours of dread within a peaceful (looking) setting. There are a lot of shocking/upsetting moments that will stick with you long after the movie ends. Again, it’s beautiful though! Continue reading Midsommar… is not for everyone