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Evil Does Not Exist… Or Does It?

Japan understands Mother Nature. If you’ve ever watched an anime by Hayao Miyazaki, you’d easily recognize that being one with your environment is something very important within Japanese culture. Taking ownership in not ruining your environment is a topic that… Continue Reading →

The Fall Guy Doesn’t Know What It Is

Growing up in the ’80s was a time of vibrant, iconic television shows that left a lasting impression on my childhood. Among these, The Fall Guy stood out as one of my absolute favorites. I was enthralled by Lee Majors’… Continue Reading →

Amazon’s Fallout Series is Utterly Irresistible

There’s something utterly irresistible about the Fallout video game series that keeps me hooked like a Nuka-Cola addict in the wasteland. It’s like stepping into a time machine that’s gone haywire, hurling me into a future that’s both bizarrely ’50s… Continue Reading →

The Awards Season Deserves The Holdovers!

Per Matt Alexander Payne is a filmmaker who just gets it. He seemingly understands every element of the industry (or at least he has the self-awareness to hire the very best employees to make up the difference). That’s high praise… Continue Reading →

Oppenheimer Lit Up the MCFCA 2023 Film Awards!

Per Matt Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer lit up the Music City Film Critics’ Association 2023 Film Awards with seven wins in total, including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Supporting Actor, which is an all-time record for the Association!

Wes Anderson Gets Far Out There with Asteroid City

Per Matt Just when you thought a Wes Anderson film couldn’t get filled with any more Wes Anderson-isms, the filmmaker finally releases Asteroid City! And fans of the auteur are ecstatic, if they can only interpret his work correctly.

The Boy and the Heron Flies High for Studio Ghibli

Per Matt Despite its worldwide success throughout the years, Studio Ghibli still feels like it’s got an unknown presence stateside. But not to anime fans! Merely mention Spirited Away, Howl’s Moving Castle or Princess Mononoke and you’re likely to get… Continue Reading →

Saltburn Challenges the Good vs. Evil Narrative

In the unpredictable realm of storytelling, there’s a peculiar allure to narratives where the antagonist emerges victorious — the “bad guy winning,” so to speak. While traditional storytelling often revolves around the triumph of good over evil, there exists a… Continue Reading →

Michael Mann’s Ferrari Finally Reaches the Finish Line

Per Matt A passion project more than 20 years in the making, Michael Mann’s first film in eight years finally arrives in movie theaters over the Christmas weekend with Ferrari.

Emma Stone is a Freaky Frankenstein in Poor Things

Per Matt You may have heard about Freaky Friday, the story featuring supernatural forces at work, where a child switches places with her mother (and vice versa), and each character must deal with life “inside” a different body that had… Continue Reading →

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