The Wonder

Where I watched It: Netflix Audio Description Provided By: international Digital Center written By: Dakota Green The audio description on this film was really good. All my issues with the movie lie within the story and decisions made by the screenwriter and director, not the narration. The film itself is bleak, the narration was very modest and respectful, and it managed to always keep a level approach to what some might consider a faith versus science film. It’s hard to know how much the character of Anna deteriorates in front of visual eyes, but she’s always somewhat mobile, so I’m … Continue reading The Wonder

All Quiet On The Western Front

Where I Watched It: Netflix Audio Description Provided By: International Digital Center Written By Dakota Green Narrated By: Emily Eden There have been war films as long as there has been film. Capturing violence on celluloid has not just been for documentarians and journalists, but also has long served as a method for aspiring filmmakers to make their stance, whether it be in a support our troops, or the horrors of war sort of way. That’s why, when people generally reference All Quiet On The Western Front, they are referencing the Best picture Oscar that is almost 90 years old, … Continue reading All Quiet On The Western Front

Enter Galactic

Where I Watched it: Netflix Audio Description Provided By: International Digital Center Written By: Dakota Green I’d be lying if I don’t still find myself coming in contact with films that even with solid audio description end up in the “Oh, I would have loved to see that” category. Kid Cudi’s animated adult romantic trip is one of those. It’s a rare adult story told from a unique perspective, and one we rarely get. Not only is it very much not for children, as the characters have sex, do drugs, and drop a lot of profanity, but it’s a hip … Continue reading Enter Galactic

Day Shift

Where I Watched it: Netflix Description Provided By: International Digital Center Written By: Dakota Green Narrated By: Sri Gordon It’s well known that Adam Sandler has a development deal with Netflix,through Happy Madison, which explains the insane amount of films he’s produced or starred in that have reached the service. It’s becoming a bit more of a question as to whether or not Jamie Foxx has a netflix deal, because he seems to keep appearing in things that are beneath him, but perhaps just seem like “well, someone will pay me to do this, and I’ve always wanted to.” i … Continue reading Day Shift

Wedding Season

Where I Watched It: Netflix Description Provided By: International Digital Center Description Written By: Dakota Green Narrated By: Kimberly. I’ll just start by acknowledging that I do not know Kimberly’s last name. I think I could attempt to word vomit a version of it, but it wouldn’t be correct. I did check theadna.org for a simple search of Kimberly, and returned no results. Really? no Kimberly’s in the industry? And, the title didn’t help either. It’s not even linked to Dakota Green yet. With that behind me, lets talk Wedding Season. Netflix is clearly all about pumping out films that … Continue reading Wedding Season

The Gray Man

Where I Watched It: Netflix English Audio Description Available?: Yes Narration Written By: Dakota Green Narrated By: Bill Larson What happens when Netflix throws 200 million at a film? Never anything good. Seriously, please stop giving directors carte Blanche to overspend on crappy big budget star vehicles with little to no purpose. I like The Russo Brothers. I think what they managed to do with The Avengers is nothing short of extraordinary. But, when given the opportunity to go with a mostly original concept, they just churned out something so dull and familiar the only reason it stands out is … Continue reading The Gray Man

Interceptor

Starring: Elsa Pataky and Luke bracey. Directed By: Matthew Riley Where I Watched it: Netflix English Audio Description Available?: Yes Description Provided By: International Digital Center Narration Written By: Dakota Green Narrated By: Bill Larsen The Plot: As the film will explain to you immediately, Russia has nukes. So does America. We have a defense system in place in case Russia ever launches nukes that would intercept these rockets. This film features a terrorist (Bracey) who manages to assemble a ragtag group of Expendables who infiltrate the interceptor facility so they can keep America from launching their interceptors, and allow … Continue reading Interceptor