My Two Cents: Aaron Moorhead & Justin Benson

The first movie I saw – or thought I saw – from Aaron Moorhead and Justin Benson was Resolution (2012). I enjoyed it but thought of it as a one-off and thought no more of it, which is somewhat unusual for me because I’ve always had more of a fascination with the people behind the […]

REview: Altered Carbon (2020) | Season Two

The second season of Netflix’s Altered Carbon dropped Friday of last week and had quite a hurdle to clear. First, it had to make the replacement of Joel Kinneman seem natural (which is hard to do when you take into account that his replacement is Anthony Mackie, an African-American) then they had to make the […]

Io – Trailer

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 […]

Talking About White Privilege

White privilege isn’t the sort of thing that this blog tends to revolve around, but then again, since there are apparently quite a few actors that bring it up as of late–often in the worse way possible–i though that I’d do a blog post revolving around it. It’s tough to talk about things like while privilege. […]

‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ Review

“”Captain America: The Winter Soldier” Easily Ranks Among The Best Marvel Studios Films.” Let me get something out of the way:  You know all those critics that say that “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” was a great superhero film that’s evocative of spy thrillers like “Three Days of the Condor (both which happen to have Robert […]

‘Repentance’ Trailer

I am not sure how this is supposed to play, and the trailer is a bit too revealing at times.  That being said, I have to admit that I am fascinated.  Forrest Whittaker – who was for the most part wasted in Kim Jee-Woon’s “The Last Stand” – plays Angel Sanchez, who comes to rely […]