You People

Where I Watched it: Netflix English Audio Description provided By: international Digital Center Written By: Liz gutman Narrated By: Savannah Calder Some have erroneously tried to call this a remake of Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner? No. It’s just a culture clash film, featuring a talented cast, from a writer/director who doesn’t shy away from social commentary. Yes, this is Kenya barris’s directorial debut. He’s had his producing and writing hits with TV shows like Black-ish and films like Girls Trip, but he’s never sat in the chair for a feature. The last thing he touched, #BlackAF was pretty awful. … Continue reading You People


Where I watched It: Netflix English Audio Description?: Yes I am a really big fan of Jonah hill. it’s the entire reason I watched this documentary produced and directed by him, because I was really interested in this story I thought he was going to tell. Then, I saw Stutz, and I really don’t know how to feel about it, grade it, talk about it, recommend it, or anything. Stutz is the last name of Jonah hill’s therapist. For those paying attention, hill has been struggling with things for a while, losing and gaining and losing weight, and most recently … Continue reading Stutz

Don’t Look Up

Starring: Jennifer Lawrence, Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep, Jonah hill, Cate Blanchett, Timothy Chalamet, Ariana Grande, Tyler Perry, Michael Chili’s, Paul Guilfoyle, Kid Cudi, Mark Rylance, and Melanie Lyndsey. Directed By Adam McKay Where I Watched It: Netflix English Audio Description Available?: Yes The Plot: Born obviously out of a lot of current events, two scientists (DiCaprio and Lawrence) embark on a journey to convince people that there is a.comet headed directly at earth and will cause an extinction level event. What Works: You’ve probably already heard about this film, an you probably already have an idea of whether or not … Continue reading Don’t Look Up

Best Of 2016: Some Honorable Mention Performances

I’m about to start releasing my top 10 performances lists, but there are some performances this year that are outside that list. I figured, I’d list them here. Of course, this might give you an idea of what my top 10’s are, since these performances are going to be missing from those lists. I’ve left off performances I was able to already recognize in another category, like comedy, or young actor. These are all performances, for the most part, that at one time or another were on my top 10 list, but got moved off as I saw more films.
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