A Christmas Gift From Bob. The Benefits of the Streaming Release Model for Films.

This critic is a huge fan of the theatrical experience. Given the choice, it’s the option he will always take for new films over any sort of convenience. Cinema provides a good opportunity to escape from reality for a couple of hours. It allows viewers to get out and around supporting what might be (Continue reading “A Christmas Gift From Bob. The Benefits of the Streaming Release Model for Films.”

Barry Jenkins Follow Up to the Photorealistic Lion King Remake Will Likely Suck Through No Fault of His Own.

At the time of writing this initial draft Barry Jenkins (director of Moonlight and If Beale Street Could Talk) is announced as the film maker given the task of trying to make something interesting out of the inevitable sequel to Disney’s photoreal Lion King remake. Jenkins is one of those filmmakers adored by a particularContinue reading “Barry Jenkins Follow Up to the Photorealistic Lion King Remake Will Likely Suck Through No Fault of His Own.”

Lockdown Streaming Reviews. #6 Super Size Me 2. Holy Chicken (2017.) (Amazon Prime.)

Morgan Spurlock has had a disappointing career since his seminal documentary broke out in 2004 and got us all choking on our McDonald’s. He made a couple of other films which were decent enough although nothing special (including the terrible official One Direction documentary.) It was announced he was going   back to the well withContinue reading “Lockdown Streaming Reviews. #6 Super Size Me 2. Holy Chicken (2017.) (Amazon Prime.)”

El Camino. A Breaking Bad Movie. Review.

If you ask me who the best showrunner currently we working in TV is is my easy first answer would be Vince Gilligan There are few other showrunners that I think have supreme talent but we need to see how they follow up the critical acclaim once the series they are known for comes toContinue reading “El Camino. A Breaking Bad Movie. Review.”