Stanley Kubrick was one of the most talented and thorough directors in Hollywood. But he admitted that White Men Can’t Jump was one of his favorite films.
There are two famous comedies based on bowling. The first is The Big Lebowski, and while I really liked the movie, it wasn’t really about bowling. The other is Kingpin, which I haven’t seen until now. Kingpin is much more about bowling, but is it funny? The story begins with a young bowler named RoyContinue reading “Kingpin (1996 Film) Review”
During 2017 Oscar picks for Best Picture, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri appealed to me the least based on what I saw from just a little bit. I’ve seen the majority of films nominated for Best Picture then, including the eventual winner The Shape of Water. I wasn’t too pleased with most of those filmsContinue reading “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri (2017 Film) Review”
While I wouldn’t doubt he’s shown up some spin-off Star Wars media by now, Tobias Beckett’s main role is in Solo: A Star Wars Story. When we first see him, he sneaks into a battle with his band of criminals. They pretend to be Imperial officers but they really want a ship. Han Solo noticesContinue reading “Things I Like: Tobias Beckett (Star Wars)”
While I liked the character Han Solo since I started to watch the Star Wars movies (which for me, happened in the 1990’s, since I was born in 1988), I never liked him enough for me to petition for a stand-alone movie of him nor really want one in my head either. Disney really seemedContinue reading “Solo: A Star Wars Story (2018 Film) Review”