Review – Ready Player One

I read Ernest Cline's Ready Player One because of Robin Williams.  Shortly after Williams's passing, I caught a radio replay of an interview with him that was conducted by Whoopi Goldberg.  At one point in the interview, she simply asked him, "What are you reading?"  His response: "Ready Player One."  If I remember correctly, she, like... Continue Reading →

Review – Dunkirk

Christopher Nolan has been my favorite director since the one-two punch of Memento and The Prestige.  He always brings such intelligence and flair to his stories and I feel like a thought-provoking experience is always guaranteed when he releases a new film.  Having said that, I haven't been all that excited for Dunkirk.  War films... Continue Reading →

51. The BFG

Steven Spielberg and Disney.  It's as if Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant were on the same basketball team in their primes.  If Michael Jackson and Elvis Presley did a duet.  If George Carlin and Kevin Hart did a standup routine together.  If Emilia Clarke joined me for dinner (hint, hint). I'm sure there are good reasons why it... Continue Reading →

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