Luck. (Apple TV +) Quick Review.

Of all the careers and legacies tarnished by the dawn of #metoo the allegations and ousting of John Lassiter were the most difficult to process from a personal perspective. As a viewer who grew up with a lot of classic era Pixar and watched him guide Disney feature animation into the CG era in real-time.Continue reading “Luck. (Apple TV +) Quick Review.”

Cherry. (Apple TV Plus) The Culmination of a Bizarre Hollywood Journey.

The Russo brothers have a very strange career trajectory. The high points are certainly good enough to maintain interest in whatever their next project might be. They started as an unremarkable feature directing mainly focused on mediocre comedy. Then they struck gold by directing a random sitcom pilot that would eventually become the brilliant CommunityContinue reading “Cherry. (Apple TV Plus) The Culmination of a Bizarre Hollywood Journey.”

Billie Eilish: The Worlds A Little Blurry. Apple TV Plus. Review.

If you have paid attention to music or music culture over the past two years, Billie Eilish likely needs no introduction. Even if not the Bad Guy instrumental has been so heavily adopted by advertisers that it will be recognisable independent of the artist. What do teenage pop sensations typically get as their fame explodes?Continue reading “Billie Eilish: The Worlds A Little Blurry. Apple TV Plus. Review.”

Palmer. Apple TV + (Quick Review.)

Have you ever seen a film it has all the right intentions? It may possess strong enough elements that you can’t say it’s not worth peoples time. However, these qualities aren’t enough to raise it above mediocre. Palmer is a recent poster child for this. It stars Justin Timberlake as an ex-con. After 10 yearsContinue reading “Palmer. Apple TV + (Quick Review.)”