Review – Armistead Maupin’s Tales Of The City (2019)

Armistead Maupin’s Tales Of The City (1993), as far as I’m concerned, was a high-water mark as far as serialized adaptations go. At times funny, sad and beautiful; sometimes all within the same moment. So you can imagine so when I learned that Netflix was picking up the torch (I don’t know if it’s a […]

Review – Mission Impossible: Fallout (2018)

I did not like Christoper McQuarrie’s Mission Impossible: Fallout (virtually) at all. It’s a well-directed movie, though I can’t separate it from Tom Cruise and his Scientology cult. It’s worth mentioning that literally every religion began as a cult, essentially a belief system with relatively few believers, so if I were to have an issue […]

William – Official Trailer

This trailer really annoys me. Reason being, it takes what should be a remarkable thing–reintroducing Neanderthals into the present day–and instead appears to be little more than a typical play on being a member of an “out group” (depending upon the circumstances, a woman, people of color, smart people, homosexual, etc) learning how to fit […]

Review – Us

I enjoyed Get Out, the introduction of Jordan Peele as a director. While it was a confident debut, it was also somewhat derivative. Us is another matter entirely. It possesses the same confidence of Peele’s debut, but moves with an elan bordering on bravado because let’s be clear, Us is more complex and that it […]