"Spider-Man: No Way Home" is the latest installment of the Spider-Man franchise in the MCU and further advances the larger MCU path into the multiverse. Through stellar action sequences, the perfect pinch of Gen Z humor, and flavorful nostalgia, "Spider-Man: No Way Home" exceeds all expectations and brings audiences together, as only Marvel can. We see our web slinging hero face his darkest hour, as his identify is revealed to the world. We then see the brilliant action drama unfold as this plot line occurs in the broader context of Peter Parker's Senior year at Midtown Science High, and his navigation of the college application process (Go Engineers!). But even more, we see a solid character arch develop as Peter's friendships with Ned and MJ grow deeper, more emotional, and add a much needed dynamic to Peter in the current iteration of the Spider-Man franchise.
Nearly 70 years ago, Lucille Ball changed the landscape of Hollywood, Television, and the Entertainment industry forever. The first appearance of the Ricardos living in their 1 bedroom apartment in New York on television was perhaps as equally monumental to television history as Armstrong stepping on the moon. Sorkin's latest film captures this quintessential time in American culture, in a brilliant manner that draws upon multiple layers of complex metaphors and parallels to American life, that the audience is sent on an emotional and enthralling dramatic journey back in time. One could hardly hear a pin drop in the auditorium when Bardem takes to the stage in the studio to tell his audience members, 70 years ago, that his wife was not a communist. More profoundly, one could faintly hear Lucille Ball's heartbeat as she paused for 20 seconds when Arnaz famously exclaimed "Lucy, I'm home". Lucille Ball in that moment decided what home she wanted. Nicole Kidman transcended the silver screen and brought that moment to the audience, and it is a moment one will not soon forget. "Being the Ricardos" did not disappoint and only further cements Amazon Studios as a major contender in the future of motion picture entertainment.
aptivating storylines which intersect and send the audience on a brilliant and emotional journey. Based on Beth Macy's book of the same name, Dopesick follows the Opioid crisis from a multitude of perspectives: patients, abusers, doctors, law enforcement, prosecutors, and pharmaceutical executives. This bifurcated portrayal is executed with unmatched precision -- it is as though the audience is watching a Hurricane unravel before their eyes. It is this hurricane effect, that creates such a strong emotional connection between the viewer and the characters that keeps you at the edge of your seat through each twist and turn. Given a high-caliber ensemble, performing at the best of their game, this mini-series is sure to not disappoint and truly bring the viewer into the frontline of the Opioid Crisis.
House of Gucci is Ridley Scott's newest biopic, hitting theaters this Thanksgiving holiday. It chronicles the romantic drama of Patrizia Reggiani (Lady Gaga) and Maurizio Gucci (Adam Driver), son of Rodolfo Gucci (Jeremy Irons), the patriarch of the Gucci family in the 1980s. Through romance, lust, overconfidence, and naivety, the audience sees the rise and … Continue reading The Father. The Son. The House of Gucci.
Not since the Phantom Menace has a Star Wars film invoked such raw emotions amongst fans.