“WandaVision” Review (Episodes 1-3)

There’s a surreal charm and also a pleasing divergence within WandaVision. Sure, the show starts with the familiar Marvel Studios logo reveal we’ve become used to with every Marvel Cinematic Universe entry, but then we’re given something that isn’t as common for this franchise. We’re given a sitcom. No framing Continue Reading

“Wonder Woman 1984” Review

2017’s Wonder Woman featured the Amazon warrior of Diana Prince trying to prove that humanity is worth saving from the wrath of warring gods. The follow-up film finds the hero, once more reprised by Gal Gadot, trying to find the good in humanity warring against itself. Though the film chooses Continue Reading

“Borat Subsequent Moviefilm: Delivery of Prodigious Bribe to American Regime for Make Benefit Once Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan” Review

Patton Oswalt made a joke about why he didn’t make his most recent stand-up routine about the Trump administration. He compared the administration to a scene of a truck full of monkeys high on PCP crashing into a truck full of dirty diapers. To make a bit about such immense Continue Reading

“Tenet” Review

Christopher Nolan’s grand ideas for mind-bending action are certainly unparalleled. Tenet is undoubtedly his most elaborate, playing with time and its inversion to stage the most trippy and tense of sequences, designed to distort and excite. Nolan’s ambition, however, has trumped the rest of his filmmaking, less concerned with a Continue Reading