Peter Rabbit 2. Who Is This For?

Director Will Gluck has spent the seven years leading up to his Peter Rabbit sequel making two of the worst family films of this generation. Annie (2014) was a disgustingly autotuned, cringe-inducing embarrassment. It should be a black mark on the careers of all involved. His first Peter Rabbit film may be among the mostContinue reading “Peter Rabbit 2. Who Is This For?”

Irresistible. Quick Review.

After watching Charlie Brooker and friends Netflix embarrassment Death To 2020 this critic assumed that satire released inside said year could not get more basic. Unbeknownst to him, this pandemic released political comedy from writer/director Jon Stewart was sitting in his Amazon rentals. Steve Carrell plays a Democrat spin-doctor who tries to influence a mayoralContinue reading “Irresistible. Quick Review.”

Like A Boss. Review.

This review is a follow-up. Check out my post on Cineworld’s “bring a friend” Unlimited screening for some of the broader context of this review. Cineworld “Bring a Friend” Unlimited Screening (and Unlimited Marketing Strategy in General.) I did not end up going to that screening. I had better things to do.  That said whenContinue reading “Like A Boss. Review.”