"Old" features M. Night Shyamalan's strongest twist in some time, but is it too little too late at this point in his career?
“He committed suicide. The f*cking asshole.” A talking head spits out in the opening of “Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain.” “He let me down.” Another friend says, crying towards the film’s end. Like the candid, often perceived to be crass candor of Bourdain himself, Morgan Neville’s 'Roadrunner' is not afraid to show public figures … Continue reading ‘Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain’ – A Portrait Of An Addict On A Perpetual Chase Towards Betterment
F9 finds Justin Lin going almost full Hong Kong cinema, veering close to Wandering Earth level hodgepodge lunacy at times. Somehow he's made a soap opera, spy-epic doubling as a sibling rivalry wrestling feud across multiple generations and continents. Justice For Han, baby!
The first in a series of spoiler recaps analyzing Netflix's adaptation of Jeff Lemire's Vertigo Comics masterpiece.
As it seemed befitting for this particular TV program, this article is a kind of hybrid review/feature about "Sweet Tooth's" first season’s success as an adaptation, as well as a look into how it appears to confirm a trend in the modern TV landscape's YA approach to comic-to-screen translations Let’s get this out of the … Continue reading Netflix’s ‘Sweet Tooth’ Significantly Departs From Comic Creator Jeff Lemire’s Vertigo Masterpiece, Diverging Into More Accessible, Hybrid-Genre Territory [Review]