Hi. I know I promised a review this week. I do have my computer back - but now there’s another issue that is making it nearly impossible for me to work on my review. I will try to post it later this week. I have also ordered a new laptop but it won’t arrive until… Continue reading Sorry for the wait
From my very limited knowledge of French cinema, I have come to the conclusion that France is very good at making these very esoteric, plotless kind of conflictless films, while still making them emotional and engaging. And I Lost My Body is a pretty good example. The film follows a disembodied hand on its journey… Continue reading “I Lost My Body,” a tragic tale with a genetic twist
I could review the second season of The Dragon Prince but I’ll save that for a week when I actually have the energy to make through 9+ half hour long episodes, which may or may not happen in the near future. Work is tiring. And while I love watching these shows and movies,… Continue reading Pixar’s SparkShorts are nothing new, but very good.
Now, I’ve seen The LEGO Movie before. I’ve mentioned it in past reviews, several times in fact. I figured now would be as good a time as any to review it, considering that The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part was just released and will be the subject of my review next week. (I wish… Continue reading The LEGO Movie set a new standard for film (and I’m worried about the sequel)
What is there to say about BoJack Horseman that hasn’t been said already? The dark-comedy that focused on an alcoholic, misanthropic, anthropomorphic horse, who as the ending theme suggests used to be the star of a very famous TV show back in the day, filled an empty space in the adult cartoon genre: It’s l… Continue reading Bojack Horseman Season 5 is over and everything is worse (for BoJack) now