If “Endgame” gave you a fever, “Far From Home” has the cure.
When you become a parent, part of you changes forever. Gone is the egotistical facade of someone who appreciates life to the highest degree, and in its place arrives a … Continue reading ‘American Woman’ features an Oscar-worthy Sienna Miller
What if toys had a mind of their own? 24 years ago, Pixar dug into this concept with Toy Story, a film that opened up a world of possibilities for … Continue reading ‘Toy Story 4’ is a fitting and emotional ride with old friends
Every time a sequel comes out, it has a singular goal: add something fresh to an already existing story line without coming off as stale or tacked on for no … Continue reading ‘Men in Black: International’ wastes talent and isn’t very funny
I appreciate films that have an effortless cool about them. A cunning nod to the audience that things are going to be okay for the next two hours. 19 years … Continue reading ‘Shaft’ is a satisfying and hilarious sequel
Leonard (Vincent Macigne) writes auto-fiction. In other words, he takes pieces of his real life, most notably his sexual adventures, and places them in a fictional world. For him, it’s … Continue reading ‘Non-Fiction’ dishes an honest take on adult relationships
Power is an incredible thing, but it can also be a deadly one. Whoever wields it has the choice to do so for right or wrong. Consequences usually follow whichever … Continue reading ‘Dark Phoenix’ has its moments, but fails to be a great addition to the ‘X-Men’ universe
With Frank and Tim Woodburn out of the studio, it was a keen opportunity for Trevor “Limey” Phillips and me to turn the Large Morning Show in the Afternoon into … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Movie Dose: ‘Spider-Man: Far From Home’ and ‘Yesterday’ reviews
My car and I are having a fight. Over the past few weeks, my once spanking new Hyundai Elantra has decided to go rogue on me, acquiring issue after issue, … Continue reading South City Confessions: Watching your car grow old is a bittersweet experience
This week on The Large Morning Show in the Afternoon with Frank O. Pinion, the boys have some fun with Frank out on vacation. Tim Woodburn, news and Google search … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Radio Movie Dose, 6-25-19: “Toy Story 4” review and trivia
Did the St. Louis Cardinals make a good enough offer to Albert Pujols, or was the superstar slugger wronged by a franchise he helped win a pair of World Series … Continue reading Albert Pujols may have left St. Louis, but he’ll be a Cardinal forever
Here’s an erection-inducing trailer.
This week on the Large Morning Show in the Afternoon, I review a pair of new films as well as dish on a couple television shows worth checking out. Before … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Radio Movie Dose: ‘American Dream’ and ‘Men in Black: International’ reviews