Tag: Drama

REVIEW: Westworld – Season 4, Episode 1, “The Auguries”

Westworld is quite possibly the most frustrating show on TV right now. Obi-Wan Kenobi was an exercise in fruitless hope, but Westworld was easily my favorite season of TV in 2016. I thought season 2 was great, for the most part, and certainly much better than some people would have you believe....

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REVIEW: Elvis (2022)

Elvis, Warner Bros.’s newest attempt to capitalize on popular singer biopics like Bohemian Rhapsody and Rocketman, exploded into theaters this last weekend, raking in a fair amount at the box office and decent praise. This film brings the eccentric King to life in a visually compelling way and rev...

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Léa Seydoux Joins Dune Part 2

A Deadline exclusive reveals that French actress Léa Seydoux has joined Denis Villeneuve’s Dune Part 2. Seydoux is known for her performances in films like Blue is the Warmest Color. She famously appeared in Daniel Craig’s final two James Bond installments as love interest Madeleine Swann. I...

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Mindhunter Needs A Season 3: An Open Letter to Netflix

On rare occasions, I like to start a new show rather than bingeing an old favorite. One of these recent excursions outside my comfort zone came in the form of Mindhunter. Mindhunter is a Netflix original series that ran from 2017 to 2019. Directed by David Fincher, the show stars Jonathan Groff, ...

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REVIEW: The Boys – Season 3, Episode 5, “The Last Time to Look On This World of Lies”

***SPOILERS*** “The Last Time to Look On This World of Lies” finds Frenchie praying over Kimiko while MM watches a video of tests being run on Soldierboy. Ashley is chosen as the new CEO of Vought. Hughie tells Annie about Soldierboy and the temporary V and promises he won’t take i...

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Everything Everywhere All at Once Is Everything You’ve Heard

I saw Everything Everywhere All at Once this past weekend, and I can’t stop thinking about it. This movie is bizarre beyond explanation and full of seemingly impossible feats of science and human emotion. In short, I liked it a lot. Normally I would want to review a movie that I saw and enjoyed,...

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