It doesn’t really take the whole sleuthing thing to the level I was hoping for.
Autoplay has come in handy when there is nothing else to do: Community, Westworld, Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich, McMillions, Tiger King, When They See Us, Waco, The Last Dance, and What We Do in the Shadows!
While I hope not all television series come back with an unnecessary movie, I do believe we needed this one.
“I WAS PROMISED A VILLA FACING THE SUNSET, TEN FREE COOZIES, MILLER LIGHT, AND SUSHI.” Ah. Catharsis.
It’s incredible- I’d say brilliant- how Leguizamo is able to find the connective tissue between different histories, cultures, and identities and touch upon exactly what minoritized people all over the country are feeling or have felt at some point or another.
I recommend you take a drink every time Aaron Taylor-Johnson says, “DOUGLAS.” That’s literally all he says, so you’ll be nice and fuzzy by the end.
The good things I have to say about this show should come as no surprise after gushing about the announcement of Fukunaga as the new James Bond director.
Two hours and 30 minutes of soundtracks you probably know, played live by Hans and Friends, against a screen that looks like it’s playing the graphics from Ye Olde Windows Media Player.
Bright tries really hard to thread the allegorical needle, but just ends up tripping over itself.
Mudbound does an excellent job of visualizing structural racism and how it has been maintained in a seemingly progressive time period.