I love the theatre but sadly I don’t go nowhere near enough. I've enjoyed every time I've gone to see a show, some more, like The Book of Mormon or The Lion King, some a little less like Dreamgirls. Only one bored me shitless so far: The Phantom of the Opera - I know, it’s not something you hear everyday, but my brain is wired different.
Regardless of my level of fondness for a show, there is always something special about the whole experience. The performers singing, dancing, acting and interacting with the audience, the way they draw you in. It’s no surprise big Hollywood stars that started on Broadway say they prefer it over filming a movie. It’s safe to say Young Frankenstein is one of the shows I had fun with the most.
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.
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.
I trusted Bong Joon-ho to bring something interesting to the story that sounds just like vegan propaganda and a Free Willy mix.
I'm gonna be honest with you, watching a movie about a little girl and her big animal isn’t usually my idea of a good time, but I had to give Okja a chance, mainly because it was made by Bong Joon-ho, since I know he’s capable of awesome thrillers such as The Host and Mother, plus with a bunch of actors that I love are in the cast, I had faith in him bringing something interesting to the story that sounds just like vegan propaganda and a Free Willy mix. Fortunately I was very wrong... well actually wasn’t wrong at all.
GTA V is the game that just keeps on giving.
Grand Theft Auto V initially came out way back in 2013 with its online component following just two weeks later. But what sets GTA apart from other games series is the DLC’s (Down Loadable Content) are free and really fucking good.