Both Blindspotting and Crazy Rich Asians arrive on Blu-ray and DVD today. The home media release comes just days ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday and Black Friday deals. Blindspotting was the very first film that I saw this past year upon arriving in Park City for the 2018 Sundance Film Festival. I knew it was a special film as soon as the credits finished rolling. If you missed the film in theaters, the release offers…"Blindspotting, Crazy Rich Asians arrive on Blu-ray"
With Labor Day weekend marking the end of the summer and official Awards Season kickoff, I’m going to take a look at some of this year’s summer winners and losers. The definition of what a summer movie has changed over the years. Instead of the first Friday of May kicking summer off at the box office, the season started at the end of April. Winner: Documentaries With films such as RBG, Won’t You Be My…"Summer Movie Season: 2018 Winners and Losers"
Crazy Rich Asians is the big screen flick that injects some new life so desperately needed in the romantic comedy genre. If Netflix had their way, you wouldn’t be seeing the film in theaters. This means that my Netflix-free parents wouldn’t see it at all. Thank G-d a studio wanted to release this film in theaters because it’s a lot of fun. NYU economics professor Rachel Chu (Constance Wu) had no clue what she was getting when…"Crazy Rich Asians Injects Life In Rom-Coms"