Respect brings the musical entertainment you’d expect, yet Aretha Franklin’s story seems half-baked. When the music isn’t blaring, it’s a sluggish look at Aretha Franklin’s life, but carried by strong performances. Respect still shines a good light on Ms. Franklin’s impact, her struggles, and how she overcame them to be this larger-than-life icon of soul music. It’s too… Continue reading Review: RESPECT Brings The Soul But Not Enough
The lizard portal is open, and the sky is on fire. Marc’s back to talk about the end of the world as we know it, in his new stand-up special ‘End Times Fun’, streaming March 10th, only on Netflix. Watch Marc Maron: End Times Fun, Only on Netflix: https://netflix.com/marcmaronendtimesfun SUBSCRIBE: https://bit.ly/29qBUt7 About Netflix: Netflix is…
Netflix’s GLOW, the highly acclaimed comedy series inspired by the 1980’s women’s professional wrestling promotion of the same name, is making its way back to the streamer this summer for a third season. Even though these ten new episodes never quite match the brilliance of the previous two batches, this still a welcome return to… Continue reading Review: Season Three Of GLOW Wins By Points
Sword of Trust, co-written and directed by Lynn Shelton (Outside In), is a new comedy film with just as much brain as it has wit. The movie is about a woman who inherits an artifact with a unique history from her recently deceased grandfather and the pawn shop owner who she recruits to help her… Continue reading Review: SWORD OF TRUST Is A Funny Yet Heartfelt Minimalistic Comedy
Cinematographer Adrian Peng Correia followed the life of a Muslim-American in Remy on Hulu and an American Princess running off to find her dreams (or escape reality), but now he’s faced with the gorgeous ladies of wrestling or GLOW, the Netflix series based on the late 80s wrestling show.