Always be careful about what you tell people. You never know what lies will come back to haunt you.
You told me that the skeleton key works on any door, so why can’t I open the door in the attic?
The Goldbergs: Season 7 means that we've gone through 7 years in the life of The Goldbergs family. There have been a few changes that have happened throughout the years that might put in a few restrictions for the direction of this series. I'm actually really surprised that they've been consistent with the level of writing throughout the series. I would have though that they would have run out of material by now but they continue to innovate and find new 80's references to throw at the show.
With Netflix due to release their new blockbuster mini-series "Snowpiercer" this Monday (25/03/20), I thought that I'd take a look at the 2013 movie on which it's based and see what all the fuss is about.
Japanese Title: 女神の勇者を倒すゲスな方法 — “Megami no Yuusha wo Taosu Gesu na Houhou”
This critical moment in history feels as if the world has been painted black. The main version of toilet paper you can find is off brand and one-ply; No one is leaving their houses, something the introverts of the world have been training years for; and the sales percentages for pants have decreased, while shirts and sweatshirts have been flying off the shelves. Truly the worst of times. Yet, even in these moments of chaos humanity shines a glimmer of light. Artistry around the world is beaming and booming with creativity and the internet has made it accessible.
Brief synopsis: a jaded couple split up as they drive to visit friends. On the drive, they hit a cyclist. The cyclist gets up and jumps on his bike, refusing help. A man follows up and tells the couple he is a policeman and they need to pursue the cyclist. When the man kills the cyclist, the couple finds themselves on the run for murder and pulled into a blackmail conspiracy.
I love the original "Jurassic Park". Released in cinemas in 1993, it's a classic Steven Spielberg film with the perfect mix of drama, humour, tension and action. Not only did Spielberg and his team moved CGI technology another leap forward at the time, blending the artificial with real-life animatronics to help suspend belief and sell the monster effects, but they also created some of the all-time classic movie moments - from the rippling water shot to the "raptors in the kitchen" scene.
This is the most recent project to come from studio Science SARU and director Masaaki Yuasa. The show is based on the currently ongoing manga by Oowara Sumito. Anytime Masaaki Yuasa is involved I pay attention, his previous work has been incredible and following suit this is no different. Though I will admit that this is the first time that I have related so much to one of his works. In fact this may be one of the few times that I have related so much with an anime in general. From the entire cast it is Kanamori that I find a certain kinship with.
The Lovebirds is Netflix's latest comedy to be released during the pandemic. They have had some enjoyable ones such as Coffee and Kareem, Extraction and The Wrong Missy. These movies aren't must see movies but they are good diversions if you need to waste a few hours. Sadly I don't know if I can say the same for this movie. The couple dynamics in this movie sort of fell a little flat for me.
The latest film that skipped theaters and went straight to VOD has arrived on Netflix, and because I have no life to brag about during these chaotic times (and because it's my job), I will review it.