We take on the impossible task of reviewing a movie all about endings without spoiling it.
Love, Death, + Robots Highlights Netflix’s Underused Strengths
Chris writes 18 mini reviews for 18 mini episodes!
“Solo” Tells Us how Han Gets His Last Name and a Bunch of Other $h!t No One Cares About
When Star Wars captured the box office in 1977, it seemed obvious that George Lucas intended Luke Skywalker to follow the hero’s journey. Plus, Luke had a lightsaber, and damn, that was cool! But wise-cracking, swashbuckling, screw-you-I’m-gonna-shoot-first-if-I-have-to Han Solo became the bad-boy we all wanted to be. He came for the cold hard cash: “Look,… Continue reading “Solo” Tells Us how Han Gets His Last Name and a Bunch of Other $h!t No One Cares About
A Wrinkle in Time sure is a Big Pile of Messy Laundry
Wow, I sure did want to like A Wrinkle in Time. On the surface it has everything going for it. Classic story, inclusive cast, big action, special effects bonanza, Hollywood darling-director Ava DuVernay, Captain Kirk, Reese Witherspoon AND Oprah. It also had a hundred and three million dollar price tag. How could it go wrong?… Continue reading A Wrinkle in Time sure is a Big Pile of Messy Laundry
Subjectivity in Chicago
Sorry La La Land, but the Oscar goes to Chicago.
Should Jim and Pam have gotten a divorce in Season 9 of The Office?
Chris and Sam go toe to toe on the only issue that’s ever mattered: are Jim and Pam soulmates 4ever and ever?