The global hit Barbie is Kenough for audiences to finally bring home on 4K Ultra HD, Blu-ray, and DVD in addition to Digital. I saw the film twice on the big screen. Most recently, I took advantage of the special re-release for IMAX. Unfortunately, the special gag footage was exclusive for the IMAX release. It’s also a shame that they chose against releasing it with the physical media release. It would certainly be a fun…"Barbie is Kenough to Bring Home on 4K UHD, Blu-ray, DVD"
Greta Gerwig continues a brilliant run behind the camera with Barbie while co-writing a hysterical script with Noah Baumbach. Gerwig and Baumbach’s script is funnier than it has any right to be. It’s also full of double entendres but it does have a PG-13 rating for suggestive references and brief language. One would assume that many parents would want to bring their young daughters under 10 but that might not be the best idea. After…"Barbie: Greta Gerwig Continues A Brilliant Run Behind The Camera"
You People is trying to be the Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner of the 21st century but the film fails on every single level by far. Here’s the thing about Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner. It is a classic to the point in which it cannot be made again. Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Eddie Murphy might be comedic AF but they’re not Katharine Hepburn or Sidney Poitier. Where that film was about a Black guy coming…"You People Isn’t Funny and Misses On Every Level"
13: The Musical is the newest Broadway musical adaptation and spotlights the Jewish coming-of-age ritual as it hits Netflix. The timing of this film could not be better. 13: The Musical arrives on Netflix at days after Jews marked Tisha B’Av, the saddest day in the Jewish calendar. It’s the culmination of a mourning period known as the Three Weeks–Rosh Chodesh Av marks an increase in mourning with no music. Had it launched during the…"13: The Musical – Bar Mitzvah Musical Hits Netflix"
To put it in simple terms, Half Magic is a very feminist comedy about sex. Written and directed by Heather Graham, the film stars Graham, Angela Kinsey, Stephanie Beatriz, Thomas Lennon, Luke Arnold, Jason Lewis, Alex Beh, Michael Aronov, Molly Shannon, Rhea Perlman, and Chris D’Elia. Honey (Graham) is an aspiring writer and she’s at a complete standstill in both her personal and provate lives. Tormented since she was ten years old by the words preached by Father…"Half Magic: A Very Feminist Comedy About Sex"