Sorry I’ve been AWOL for the past few weeks. I had to transfer apartments, so I didn’t have a lot of time to prepare a review. Also, I just hadn’t seen anything that was really worth commenting on - I have a ton of just half-finished shows and partially written reviews to show for it. … Continue reading “Green Eggs and Ham: The Second Serving” is a lukewarm second course
This season suffers the odd mix of continuity, comic book time, and an aversion from straying too much from the status quo.
Sorry for missing last week! Things have been pretty busy on my end with job hunting and my YouTube channel. I am not trying to neglect this blog at all - it’s just...sometimes, there’s nothing worth talking about. At least from my perspective. And the format I’ve been doing in most of my reviews doesn’t… Continue reading Netflix’s “Trese” is short, scary and worth the watch
As I’ve gotten older, I’ve become a lot leerier of the whole “being different makes you special” moral that so many children’s cartoons try to espouse.I don’t know exactly why; I think it’s usually because the difference is something as simple as wearing glasses or having an unusual hobby, and sometimes the differences don’t exist… Continue reading “Arlo The Alligator Boy” flounders a bit but is otherwise fantastic.
Ever since I first saw the trailer for Over the Moon, I wanted to watch it. It looked so bright, colorful, interesting, and emotional. And it was nice to see that it was also going to take advantage of the opportunity to use Chinese culture rather than just having it act as a backdrop. And… Continue reading An American movie with a Chinese twist: Over the Moon is beautiful