I’ve read that Netflix alters the episode order of Love, Death + Robots based upon the viewing habits of the particular subscriber. Annnnd…who cares? All Netflix likely knows about me is what I actually watch so if they’re tailoring the order of episodes due to what they perceive as my preferences, who cares (especially when […]
Ice Age is a pretty good episode, though I think I’ve seen it somewhere before. It’s well done, but the conceit is hardly an original one. It’s also the first, and likely the only, episode of the series that uses primarily live action and it’s a welcome change.
It’s not easy to make anything revolving around Hitler funny. That’s likely because Hitler is a murderous genocidal psychopath. It’s also why you either know what you’re doing, or you just leave it alone. And I wish the directors of Alternate Histories had done just that because it’s only intermittently interesting/funny (and much of that […]
Blindspot is a fun, engaging episode of Love, Death + Robots. It’s not particularly deep but then again not every episode needs to be (I would go out of my gourd if every episode were a Zima Blue).
Looking at the latest trailer for John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum all I can see is just a lot of stylized violence. That’s not a bad thing in and of itself though that rings hollow after a time. Keanu Reeves is less than a terrible actor than a monochromatic one. There’re no shades to […]
When I first watched Zema Blue, the 14th episode of Love, Death + Robots, I assumed that it was pretty dull story-wise. Then I watched it a second time and realized how wrong I was and the episode is a pretty fascinating commentary on what it means be human. It’s pretty subtle, but it’s there.
As I’ve said before, I’m not a huge fan of CGI-animated movies (or paying to see them, at any rate). I recognize the work that goes into their creation, but for whatever reason they don’t move me. The trailer for Toy Story 4 dropped a day or two ago…so here it is. The trailer is […]