Written by Michael Clawson "Though it is intermittently pretty funny, what the movie can’t overcome is its shoddy writing. As a satire of class, food culture, and the soul-sucking effect of money and elitism on any form of creativity, “The … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker "Steeped in postwar America and Europe it follows an unlikely troupe of a self-medicated doctor, a lawyer, and a nurse on a quest to solve a murder, and maybe the soul of the world at the … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker Not that any film has the responsibility of being seamless, but on the trajectory of a story primarily about a single character for which the film is named, it isn't unreasonable to desire something that permeates… Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 76/100 With Last Night in Soho Edgar Wright returns to the cinema screen for the second time this year, following up his breezy if lengthy documentary The Sparks Brothers detailing the highlights of the Sparks group … Continue reading.
“In contradiction and paradox, you can find truth.”Denis Villeneuve Links: Apple Podcasts | Castbox | Google Podcasts | LibSyn | Spotify | Stitcher | YouTube On Episode 107 of Drink in the Movies Michael and Taylor discuss their Most Anticipated … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams Well folks, it's that time of year, where all of Hollywood's best and drunkest get together, have one big cocktail party, and hand out a few awards. In all seriousness, the Golden Globes aren't the most … Continue reading.