And we’re back with another Ridley Scott film today as I couldn’t help but watch the latest film in the Alien franchise, Alien: Covenant.
This film delivered what I was looking for a dumb unapologetic comedy with a bigger message that real friends will have your back through thick, thin, and dysfunctional times.
’m going to watch a film a day for thirty days starting July 9th and ending August 8th. Please follow along and let me know any feedback you have on my reviews and any additional insights you have on the film.
As the lights dim on the 2019 film season and we look ahead to 2020, the Oscars gave us a chance to look back and reflect on where film has taken us this last year.
This is why I loved our flights, we had nearly unlimited in flight entertainment and I wanted to share with you the three comedies that made us laugh out loud 30,000 feet above the Atlantic: Long Shot The House, and Tag.
Obviously, we are two days away from Halloween night but that doesn’t mean you can’t squeeze in a film or two before and after! I’ve compiled a quick list of the films we recommend and highlight our favorites from the list we shared!
This week on the podcast we’re talking about Jordan Peele’s directorial-debut “Get Out” Released in 2017 at the Sundance Film Festival. This film boasts a scrappy 4.5 million budget and found itself raking in 255.4 million alongside 4 nominations for the academy awards and winning the award for best original screenplay. Aside from a greatContinue reading “Get Out and The New Era of Horror”
Just watched the trailer for Dolittle and needless to say I(Casey) and excited for this film. Looks as if it can be a film enjoyed by all ages. Excited to see how they portray Dr. Dolittle in this film. Based off the trailer itself looks to be an adventure see it in theaters January 17.Continue reading “Downey is Dolittle.”