Okay this one is mostly a high-level and thoughtful critique of Don’t Tell Mom the Babysitter’s Dead (1991) and Clifford (1994) and then, if you can hang in that long, I’ll tell you which people in society are the wrong people that need to be put on an island and not fed.
The Little Things, now on HBOMax, and Tenet, now rentable, are both garbage movies and probably you should see what kind of over-the-counter drugs local middle school kids are using, in pursuit of something that would be a better use of your money than these two recent crap-fests from Warner Bros.
Around the turn of the century, TV achieved an unprecedented greatness with shows like the Sopranos. But in recent years, these prestige television offerings have really begun to falter, so we go on for a while with a fairly academic discussion of these issues and then BAM! It’s a hard and fast review of FX’s A Teacher
This week we confront the confounding philosophical dilemma of personal identity over time, with references to the work of Dr. David Kyle Johnson and some discussion of time travel movies like Shane Carruth’s Primer (2004) but also some digs at George Lucas.
First, a good long rant about the current coronavironment, then it’s back to 1992 for some blathering on about Robert Altman’s The Player.
This week—we check in with HBO Max where things are feeling a little drawn out, then it’s back to 1995 as we relive the classic teen comedy “Angus,” which terminates in me telling a true Hollywood story about my prior career as an intern on Kevin Pollak’s Chat Show, where I once had an unforgettable […]
This week, I’ll learn you everything you need to know about: 1) Scenes from the class struggle in my apartment; 2) Third Party Candidate update; 3) HBO MAX: a streaming service you may not even get if you pay for it; and 4) Albums you may have missed: Art Garfunkel’s Breakaway.