The first sign of any good comedy is quotability. Do people quote lines from your film long after they watched it and still laugh? Congratulations! You've made a successful comedy! Which doesn't happen anymore. Nowadays, it's either gross-out comedy or Marvel-style equipping. To be honest, I'm kind of sick of it. You can only have… Continue reading Monty Python and the Holy Grail: The Pinnacle of Comedy
Fun fact for the newer readers: the book version of The Disaster Artist was the very first book I reviewed on this blog! It's easily one of my favorite books that I've reviewed. Consider this a follow-up of sorts, even though I'll barely be talking about it in this review. The Room is one of… Continue reading The Disaster Artist: Tale of an Accidental Genius
If you asked me five years ago if I'd care about a movie about Facebook, I'd laugh in your face and tell you to fuck off. The only reason I watched it the first time was as a joke with my buddies; we all thought "Oh, hah hah, it's about Facebook, maybe it'll be so… Continue reading The Social Network: A Movie About… Facebook?
Take a shot every time I talk shit on the Matrix 2 and 3 in this review. You'll be sufficiently drunk by the end. Here, let me get you off to a good start! They made three of these damn things. They're making another one! How have they not learned that this shit was lightning… Continue reading The Matrix: The Only Good One
Remember these? People seem to forget these existed these days. They just kind of disappeared. Question is: are they right in doing so? Marvel's brief relationship with Netflix turned out to be an odd one. Sure, we got a bunch of R-rated adaptations of fitting characters. We even got a team-up show between them. But… Continue reading Revisiting the Marvel Netflix Shows: Were They Worthwhile?