TV: Bojack Horseman S4 – (3.5/4)

TV: Bojack Horseman S4 - (3.5/4) "Bojack Horseman" consistently amazes me. Nearly everything about it - the somber moments, the wacky comedy, the witty wordplay in dialogue, the ambitious (and occasionally experimental) art design, and the keen attention to detail. The drama hits hard and the comedy is funnier than ever in season 4. I … Continue reading TV: Bojack Horseman S4 – (3.5/4)

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Oscar: Winner Predictions – September 2017

Oscar: Winner Predictions - September 2017 I have just finished updating the Oscar Predictions. I know we are in the midst of multiple film festivals and gathering new information everyday, but I couldn't help get a jump on it with all the great new films that have been seen. You can see our full Oscar … Continue reading Oscar: Winner Predictions – September 2017

Film: Fox wants an Oscar for War for the Planet of Apes

Film: Fox wants an Oscar for War for the Planet of ApesThere were several articles about this recently.It won't happen.Can a summer blockbuster that is both financially and critically successful score some Gold come Oscar season? Absolutely, and it has happened before.Fox can pour some money and resources into this, but it'll be to no … Continue reading Film: Fox wants an Oscar for War for the Planet of Apes

TV: Fargo S3 – (3/4)

TV: Fargo S3 - (3/4) Season 3 of "Fargo" is much more low key than the previous two seasons. In that way, it because the closest film to the Coen brother philosophy. Essays upon essays have been written dissecting the "Joel/Ethan Coen philosophy, but one common theme is absurdism. With the original film "Fargo" we … Continue reading TV: Fargo S3 – (3/4)

Film: Daniel Day-Lewis retires

And he will be sorely missed. The only man to win the Lead Actor Oscar 3 times in his career has retired. His final film will likely be Paul Thomas Anderson's "Phantom Thread" and it will also be his final Oscar nomination. The film is planned for December but may get pushed to 2018. As … Continue reading Film: Daniel Day-Lewis retires

Oscars: Final Predictions 2017

Picture La La Land Moonlight Manchester by the Sea Hell or High Water Lion Hacksaw Ridge Arrival Fences Silence Alternates Hidden Figures Nocturnal Animals Loving Dark Horses Sully Deadpool 20th Century Women Jackie Director Damien Chazelle - La La Land Barry Jenkins - Moonlight Kenneth Lonergan - Manchester by the Sea Denis Villeneuve - Arrival Tom … Continue reading Oscars: Final Predictions 2017

Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka

Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka Actors are awarded politically. This is what makes predicting award shows fun, at least for me. Sometimes actors or actresses are honored based on the writer's material in a scene, by the directors blocking or imagining of a situation, or even by the way flubbed lines are edited around or … Continue reading Gene Wilder as Willy Wonka

“Bojack Horseman” is great and TV criticism sucks

"Bojack Horseman" is great and TV criticism sucks Title says it all. Watch "Bojack Horseman." It's on Netflix, it has 3 great seasons, and overall, is a damn good show. It takes a couple episodes to get into, but after those few episodes you understand what the show is all about. It's essentially clinical depression … Continue reading “Bojack Horseman” is great and TV criticism sucks

How “Life is Strange” devastated me

How "Life is Strange" devastated me "Post-Game Depression" is what I heard it referred to on the "Life is Strange" subreddit where people shared their feelings of hopelessness and despair following the Dontrod hit game series. I've experienced this before. It happened when I finished the "Mass Effect" franchise as well as when one of … Continue reading How “Life is Strange” devastated me