I wasn’t familiar with ‘Sparkshorts’ or ‘Kitbull‘ before now, though having seen the latter, I want more. This post started life as a reaction trailer, but since it was blocked by YouTube I’ve pivoted a bit, and pulled into the Trailer Park. Advertisements
Like with Disney’s Aladdin, I don’t think I was part of the target audience for 2013’s Frozen and will likely not be part of it for the upcoming sequel. And it literally doesn’t matter because that movie earned a gazillion dollars–that’s actually $1.277 billion–and I expect the sequel to do the same. Whether or not […]
In case you were wondering how far Thanos’ snap from Avengers: Infinity War extended, apparently all the way in Springfield because the Simpson’s weren’t immune to its effects. Which makes sense when you think about since Disney purchased the assets of 20th Century Fox, which includes The Simpsons.
I have no idea what a ‘velvet chainsaw’ is but it sounds relatively ineffective for the things chainsaws are typically used for. Having just watched the trailer for the movie I at first thought it was a high-brow commentary on art. Which is okay but not quite my thing. Looking a little deeper I think […]
Keanu Reeves seems like a genuinely decent guy though something about him bothers me (and truth be told has bothered me for quite awhile). He can’t act. Most everytime you read about him there are references to things like “in that ineffably stilted but enthusiastic Keanu-ish way,” or something else equally verbose when words like […]
Netflix, as everyone knows by now, is very hit or miss when it comes to the movies they develop. For every Bird Box or Roma (review coming) there’s likely two or three of The Open House or Game Over, Man!. Though Altered Carbon was one of the better offerings by the network, and both Io and […]
I actually want to see this movie. That’s interesting because there’re no space battles, aliens, or undead anything (as far as I’m aware). Though what there is are apparently engaging performances by Kevin Hart, Bryan ‘Heisenberg’ Cranston and Nicole Kidman. And sure, the movie looks like a cliché (Cranston rediscovers his joie de vivre while Hart discovers a sense of self-worth and value) but […]