Polite Society is a fun and playful homage to 70s martial arts film that also mixes in Jane Austin-style romance and early 2000s teen comedies. The core sister relationship of Ria and Lena ties this fun remix of styles together to make a great theater experience. Grade: B Carmen feels like an interpolation of the… Continue reading Ignorant Bliss: Polite Society, Carmen, and Peter Pan & Wendy review
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D Spinning Gold is not good folks. This film that is sold as the story of Casablanca Records is about Neil Bogart, one of the founders, and from the way, the film tells it the driving force behind this label and the artists on it and somehow their music. I sat in the theater, mostly… Continue reading Ignorant Bliss: Spinning Gold Review
A fantastic performance from Teyana Taylor anchors this film about a mother and son that goes in ways you wouldn’t expect that also captures the spirit of mid-’90s through early 2000s New York City perfectly. A THANK YOU TO ALL THE SUPPORTERS ON PATREON! Early access & more on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/julianlytle email the show at… Continue reading Ignorant Bliss: A Thousand and One review
People,we finally have WoodyHarrelsonback in a basketball movie!!! In this film,ChampionsHarrelsonplays Marcus, a G-League assistant basketball coach. Afterblowing up on his headcoach(played by Ernie Hudson)and getting a DUI, he doescommunity service. That communityservice is coaching a team with intellectualdisabilities. The movie starts out a little slow interms of enjoyment,but once it’s gets intoitssecond act,it really… Continue reading Ignorant Bliss Review: Champions