As bad as The Room may be, there’s a real reverence in The Disaster Artist that makes it seem it’s one of the greatest projects to ever grace cinema.
Wood gives haunting and poised performance, impressive for an actor of any age.
As I do with most second viewings, I was watching for technical aspects. Unlike most second viewings, I rewound several scenes more than once because it's so easy to get absorbed in the characters and story.
I can't care about a show getting on the air if I don't care about the character, dynamics, and subject matter.
Watching The Craft through a set of (somewhat) mature, feminist lens gives me a whooooole new appreciation.
The story of War is an incredibly fitting final chapter for Caesar's story.
It’s the one-week countdown to the Season 7 premiere of Game of Thrones! John and Kelly recap on some characters, make their predictions, and get very creative with hashtags. Spoiler Alerts!
As I told John, “I’m a waste for anything with Ian McKellen and anyone who doesn’t care about Patrick Stewart as Professor X can go die.”