There are certain things that a human being simply can’t conquer long term. Being stranded out in the cold is one of them, and arguably lives at the very top … Continue reading ‘Arctic’ Review: Welcome to the Mads Mikkelsen show
When I was 25 years old, Richard Jeni took his own life. One of my favorite comedians growing up was suddenly gone, lacking the will to live on. To say … Continue reading Brody Stevens: Gone too soon, but many laughs left behind
In the latest radio dose on the Large Morning Show in The Afternoon with Frank O. Pinion, I reviewed the new Netflix film, Triple Frontier. The action thriller stars Oscar … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Movie Dose, March 12: ‘Triple Frontier’ review and Josh Lucas discussion
Paige (Florence Pugh) wasn’t like the other girls. The product of a rocknrolla family in Norwich, England, she was different than the supermodel types who didn’t like getting their nails … Continue reading Uplifting ‘Fighting with My Family’ brought me back to wrestling nirvana
When Ben Affleck was announced as the new Batman, I was thrilled. I wrote a piece on the enthusiasm for my personal website, the Dose. You see, I had long … Continue reading Ben Affleck did his best as Batman, got out at the right time
Back in the early days of humanity, men and women had to fight for their livelihood, stripping away all forms of decency in order to make it to the next … Continue reading Unapologetic ‘Donnybrook’ is a knockout to the senses
Rest in Peace, Albert Finney. The acclaimed actor passed away at the age of 82 last month, and it’s a loss for film history as well as the present day … Continue reading Rest In Peace, Leo: Why Albert Finney personified old school Hollywood
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