I miss old parody movies. You know, movies that actually parodied their subject material instead of making cheap jabs and references. Robin Hood: Men in Tights is a parody from the golden age from a golden director. Mel Brooks already solidified his comedic chops with Blazing Saddles and Spaceballs. And while I do think that… Continue reading Robin Hood Men in Tights: Taking the Piss Out of a Legend
A market can only get so packed. There are only so many consumers and they can only consume so much. Crank out too much too quickly and you might sacrifice quality or overwhelm your would-be customer. Do either of those and you increase the chances of them jumping ship. A primary example of this was… Continue reading The Streaming Service Oversaturation
Time is the most precious resource of all. It is, after all, the one thing you can never get back. Waste your audiences time and you'll have insulted them more than you could ever hope to. My sincerest apologies. Lots of media tend to have slow starts. Movies especially. Not everything can immediately hook you… Continue reading How Long Does a Movie Have to Get Good?
Alright, let me explain, because I bet you're pretty confused right now. Square Enix released a lot of Kingdom Hearts games over the years. But not all of them were well received. Nor did all of them get the HD treatment that most of the games did. However, Square couldn't just throw them away altogether,… Continue reading Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days: First a Game, Then a Movie, Always Boring
Little known fact: there is a big difference in filming a one-minute sketch on your phone and making a two-hour long feature film. There are few things I miss more than the early days of YouTube. It was such a strange and bizarre landscape when everything was kinda crappy and charming! People were truly expressing… Continue reading YouTuber Movies Are Actually the Worst