A fish? A bathtub? That’s not where fish go.
“But she’s got high notes, she’s got high notes / She’s got high apple pie, in the sky notes.”
Sorry gang, I don’t have a pithy, clever, insightful, or even corny intro to this piece, the movie is just too good.
And if anyone can hold Steve Coogan accountable, it’s career Welshman Rob Brydon.
Ditch the burgers, gain a park plus tons of musical alums. Seems like a fair trade.
How to build a girl? Start with a good script.
In today’s edition of “TV shows aren’t movies and movies aren’t TV shows”: TNT’s ‘Snowpiercer.’
Not Brian Dennehy’s last-last role, but it might be his last great role. We’ll see once his last-last movies come out.
Stop the presses, Quentin Dupieux made a movie that I’m not ambivalent about!
The first of two Apple TV+ series dropping this month that I actually like, riding on the strengths of Rafe Spall and Esther Smith.
A movie with a title this fun shouldn’t turn out this frustratingly amateur. Big wasted opportunity, if you ask me.
Not a Magic: The Gathering reference or a Nine Inch Nails reference, and mercifully not even a reference to 1980s kids-versus-the-monsters movies.
Oh, Ryan Murphy, you historical revisionist rascal, you.
“And the moral of the story is, don’t buy from Amazon,” he said bravely, having already bought from Amazon.
Back on FX and staking its claim as pretty much the best horror show you’ll find on television.
But who is “we,” and why are we-they summoning any darkness at all? That’s the question.
A sweet-natured teen comedy about girlfriends, not a crappy slasher flick about killer robots.
Both as in the selfish desire for wealth or power or material goods, and also the Michael Winterbottom movie.
Back on the TV beat with what may well end up being one of my most enduring watches of the year, because nothing haunts the mind like child abuse.
You’re locked inside, the movies you want to see aren’t getting VOD releases, and you’ve probably watched the ones that have. Maybe try something way off your radar next!