Where I Watched it: Apple plus English Audio Description?: Yes I had no idea this was coming down the pike. Now that a Tetris movie has been released, I fully expect Pong to be next. There’s really no reason. As soon as I heard that preview, with The Final Countdown, Tetris became one of my most anticipated films of the year. I had no idea what I was getting myself into. Well, not Tetris, that’s for sure. The film is about Tetris, in a way, because it’s about one man (Taron Edgerton) and his relentless pursuit of the rights to … Continue reading Tetris

The Too Much TV Roundup- September 14th

A show returned, and I finished one. So, it’s like one goes out, and another comes in. 1) Blackbird (Apple Plus) English Audio Description?: Yes There are scenes in this final episode that would have caused me to hand Taron Edgerton and Paul Walterhouser not just Emmy awards, but also Oscars. They are literal fire in the final episode, with each of them at the pinnacle of their acting performances. Walterhouser has given us a glimpse of this type of capability before, but never to this level, and Edgerton seemed more interested in pumping out stuff like that abysmal Robin … Continue reading The Too Much TV Roundup- September 14th

The Too Much TV Roundup- September 9th

So, my top spot today was realy tough. No shade on the second place finisher, it’s jsut that number one gave me that My God moment. Those are so rare. 1) Blackbird (Apple Plus) English Audio Description Available?: Yes In what happens to be a matchup of excellent acting, superb writing, and audio description that is absolutely on point, jimmy got more than he bargained for. He got a flat out confession from Larry. The whole thing. Every detail, And, his mission is still to remain Larry’s friend, so he had to sit there and listen as Larry described heartlessly … Continue reading The Too Much TV Roundup- September 9th

The Too Much TV Roundup- September 3rd

I watched a lot of great television this day. So, don’t be surprised by my top pick, because it was really freaking hard. 1) Harley Quinn (HBo MAX) English Audio Description?: Yes The 6th episode of the season, essentially a bottle episode centered around the Joker, where he’s raising a family, sitcom style, and has an adopted son named Benecio that he really wants to feel more pride in the heritage of his name and his culture, and tries to fight an entitled PTA mom to get his son a spot on a cultural exchange trip. Seriously. This is the … Continue reading The Too Much TV Roundup- September 3rd

The Too Much TV Roundup- August 28th

Today, picking number one meant I could easily have chosen any one of three shows. Each one deserved it for different reasons. Only one gets my top spot. 1) The Sandman (Netflix) English Audio Description?: Yes while last episode I found the questionable existence of Johanna Constantine perplexing, i did have a good laugh when Lucifer Morningstar was uttered. And to know that once again mazekin is at his side… or wait! Lucifer is a woman? Anyway, as a fan of that show, and being fully aware that Lucifer came after Sandman, I just found it unintentionally hilarious. But what … Continue reading The Too Much TV Roundup- August 28th

The Too Much TV Roundup- August 13th

Five shows go in, which one winds up on top? 1) For All Mankind (Apple Plus) English Audio Description?: Yes An episode that largely asked me to care about Margot right after she did Molly dirty in the last episode. Part of me would have been fine with the Russians killing Margot off in the episode, but through some nice emotional manipulation, we ended up somehow forgiving her because it’s so damn lonely on top. Meanwhile, we also had to care about Danny, who I don’t, because his obsession for Karen has caused him to break his AA streak, and … Continue reading The Too Much TV Roundup- August 13th

Sing 2

Featuring The Voices Of: Matthew McConaughey, Reese Witherspoon, Scarlett Johansson, Tori Kelly, Taron Edgerton, Nick Kroll, Jennifer Saunders, Bobby Cannavale, Chelsea Peretti, Halsey, Leticia Wright, Nick Offerman, Eric Andre, Pharrell, and bono. Directed By: Garth Jennings Where I Watched it: Netflix English Audio Description Provided By: Media Access Group Narrated By: Lailani Jones Wilmore The Plot: After successfully saving his career, Buster Moon is at it again, taking the collectively talented group of singers he discovered in the first film and trying to get a stage show that features all of them in some performing tourist type destination that is … Continue reading Sing 2