The one in which I talk about Le Mans '66 and why I think it's the perfect sports movie.
The one in which I talk about Toy Story 4 and how movie studios should have the guts to finish off their franchises at the right time.
The one in which I talk about Aladdin and how important it is for movies to give us good role models.
Even when watching a rom-com, there are certain things you expect to see, even if said rom-com stars dramatic powerhouse and Oscar winner Charlize Theron next to Seth Rogen, someone I think is one of the funniest leading men in the last ten years. Long Shot is a film that film lives in the world... Continue Reading →