I used to think The Godfather Part II was an incredibly overrated movie. It was one of my cherished, spicy takes that would forever toil away rotting in the metaphorical fridge. After all, deploying a take on a nearly half a century old movie is not the sort of thing one regularly gets the opportunity […]Read more "Why Tenet is Our Generation’s Godfather Part 2"
December 27th, 2015, Jets vs. Patriots at MetLife stadium. It’s one of the most important regular season games in the last decade that no one ever talks about. If someone brings up to you, it’s likely to notate the last time the New York Jets defeated the New England Patriots in a game of professional […]Read more "Why the Packers ‘Cowardly’ Field Goal Try Was the Correct Decision"
Stephen King’s The Stand is likely his most critically acclaimed novel, and it’s certainly the concensus Magnum Opus among his fan base. It certainly sold well, having been released right in the middle of the commercial apex of his career. Yet, it might not even crack Stephen King’s top 10 when it comes to his […]Read more "COVID-19 Presents: The Stand"
There is a scene early in the Joel Schumacher film Batman and Robin where Comissioner Gordon appears on the batmobile’s mini computer and announces to batman, verbatim: “There’s a new Villain in Gotham, Batman. His name is Mr. Freeze.” There’s an almost identical scene in Rise of Skywalker. After an incredibly sloppy, distractingly brief escape […]Read more "[Spoiler Free] Rise of Skywalker is Shockingly Bad"
This is my opinion: Jesus is King is a fine album. The rest of the article is going to more or less be a thorough dissection of that statement, and what it means within the context of how we absorb and digest art in the late 2010’s. First, to the statement’s face value. By simply […]Read more "Kanye West’s ‘Jesus is King’ and The Era of “#Content.”"
This article contains spoiler’s for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Lion King (2019), not that you should care about the latter. When giving my recollection of the horror that was The Lion King’s 2019 “photorealistic” remake, my dad asked me what I thought little five year olds who hadn’t seen the original animation […]Read more "What The Lion King (2019) and Once Upon A Time in Hollywood Have in Common"
Eight months ago I referred to the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh as the American equivilant of the Night of Long Knives. Overall, given the fact that America has descended further into facism and we’ve started rounding up immigrant children and murdering them by neglect, I think my general analysis that we were rapidly approaching the […]Read more "Stop Worrying About the Rules; Democracy has Already Failed."
Kevin Durant is perhaps the most reviled public figure in American pop culture outside of confirmed sexual predators like Harvey Weinstein and Bill Cosby. Old-school basketball fans hate him because he made the weak choice to join the 73 win warriors team. Young fans hate him because he engages in the dirt slinging on social […]Read more "The Kevin Durant Crisis"
I have a complicated relationship with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. (As complicated as something as ultimately frivolous as a movie franchise can be). I have more often than not critiqued them rather than praised them. I thought Infinity War was, to put it elegantly, a piece of shit. Yet, I have seen almost every Marvel […]Read more "What Avengers: Endgame Taught Me About Movie Theatres"