Following the completion of its run on HBO, Succession: The Complete Series is now available for fans to bring home on DVD. My view on the series has evolved in the years since it first premiered in 2018. I did a rewatch in 2021 and let’s just say that my thoughts have really changed. At the time, I felt it was the dramatic version of Arrested Development. I no longer feel this way. It’s such…"Succession: The Complete Series Arrives On DVD"
Steven Soderbergh is back with the Ed Solomon-scripted No Sudden Move but the lens choices are distracting to watch on a flat screen. On paper, this sounds like a fine film. In terms of execution, there are some rather distracting decisions being made. The lens choices just didn’t work with regards to home viewing. When they moved the dolly in order to follow the movement, it made for some distractions when the picture moved. It…"No Sudden Move: Lens Choices Don’t Work Well"
The best thing that one can say about the new HBO drama, Succession, is that it is the dramatic version of Arrested Development. After that, it gets tricky. The series follows around the family of Logan Roy (Brian Cox), the CEO of Waystar Royco. As the series starts, it’s assumed that Logan Roy would be retiring from the company. After all, he’s 80 years old and can’t keep doing the job forever. He’s married to his…"Succession: The Dramatic Arrested Development"