The Disaster Artist was born thanks to a book published in 2013, written by Greg Sestero (and Tom Bissell) about how he met Tommy Wiseau, how their very unlikely friendship developed and most importantly a behind the scenes look at possibly the best worst movie ever made. And that is exactly what this film is about.
A poignant, poetic look in the life of a bus driver and his hippie wife.
I'm a huge Jim Jarmusch fan. The style and substance of his stories always have a beautiful, quiet quality to them. Whether it's Johnny Depp's dying accountant in Dead Man, Forest Whitaker's mafia hitman in Ghost Dog or Tilda Swinton and Tom Hiddleston's vampire love story in Only Lovers Left Alive – Jim's films all have some poetic theme on the surface. Paterson is no different.
Wow, just wow.
We’ve been waiting for this for two years and The Last Jedi was worth every moment, it is the movie I had hoped The Force Awakens would have been. It’s no secret that TFA is my least favourite in the Star Wars Saga (Rogue One in my opinion was a much better film) and I was worried about TLJ, but after seeing it at a midnight screening (strong is my connection to this franchise) opening day, all fears are gone. The Last Jedi is 2017’s film of the year for me.
Cy's talent as both a quick-witted wordsmith and a sharp writer is unmistakable.
GOOD Music's writing secret weapon has finally unleashed Cyhi the Prynce's long awaited debut album, No Dope on Sundays, an hour and thirteen minute ballad that is both gospel and gritty. The project is full of rhyme scheme intricacies as Cyhi relives his past of despair, and drug dealing in Atlanta.
I am confident to say this is the most interesting, gripping and instructive TV show that I’ve ever watched.
Mindhunter is produced and 4 episodes are directed, by David Fincher and even if that is not enough to get me to watch it without questioning what it is about, that is not even the best part.