The iconic Sixth Street in Austin, Texas now boarded up and void of people on the streets Austin’s streets are bare except for the occasional homeless person…… Read more “Quarantine; Austin. A Photo Essay”
Guys, It’s not specifically George Floyd people are angry about. It’s a break in trying to communicate peacefully and the frustration of thousands of unjustified black killings…… Read more “An Open Letter To Those Who Disagree With The Floyd Protests”
We’re living through this. This historical event will take up an entire page in high school textbooks, college kids will spend hours researching for a paper about…… Read more “Reflecting On The Coronavirus Pandemic”
“Marcus and Mike have to confront new issues (career changes and midlife crises), as they join the newly created elite team AMMO of the Miami police department…… Read more “Bad Boys For Life: Review (Spoilers)”
On Monday April 6th, I was unable to sleep I felt wide awake even though the hours were advancing quickly and midnight came and passed quickly. Something…… Read more “A Quarantine Car Wreck”
Filmmaker Shon Jones most soundly constructed project to date is finally released and reviewed here:
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The film opens with Dante Hicks (Brian O’Halloran) going to open the Quick Stop convenience store in the small coastal town of Leonardo, New Jersey. He is…… Read more “Jay & Silent Bob Ham It Up And Get Meta In Their Newest Reboot (Spoilers)”
Gravedigger Dave’s Halfway House is shifty. Shifty in it’s point of view, it’s pace, it’s style. It starts out fast and witty with Gravedigger Dave, then it completely shifts to a camera operator interview style story and fizzles out with unending drone music underneath rambling talking heads.
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