Father John Misty is releasing his newest album, Pure Comedy, on April 7th. His songwriting and conceptualizing prowess is one of the strongest in the music industry right now, at least in my opinion. Continue reading Father John Misty’s “I Love You, Honeybear” Music Video: Modern, Romantic Tragicomedy
My friend who arrived to the United States at the same time as I did – which is around fall last year – is a big fan of this Disney movie; she attended a special screening with merchandise and bonus attributes that costs nearly $40. And that is the first time she’s been in a movie theater since last Summer. Continue reading Beauty and the Beast: An Ode to Square Pegs in Round Holes
HELLO, JORDAN PEELE. WELCOME TO THE NEW INDIE HORROR CANON CLUB. Continue reading Get Out, Stay Woke
I consider myself a believer of the Christian faith, and most films about my faith have been really didactic and preach-y. That’s why I favor films like Silence. Continue reading Silence and the Plight of the Good Christian
Okay. The Golden Globes was last night. Continue reading Moonlight: Growing Up Through a Different Lens
A piece of review offered of this film by David Sexton from the Evening Standard said,“They don’t make films like this anymore.” Continue reading La La Land: Romance and Ambition in the City of Angels
Okay; imagine one of your family meetings. Old people (sometimes, ones you barely know) will come to you and comment about how big you’ve grown, or about how small you were when they last saw you, or ask unnecessary questions about your personal life. Continue reading The Lobster: Every Man Needs A…. Companion?