What if you truly had to drink a little alcohol in order to be more happy?
Good evening, everyone. It’s a new dawn and a new day, and there’s a lot of work to be done. But before we place 2020 in the trunk for good, … Continue reading What I Voted For | Buffa’s 2020 St. Louis Film Critics Association award ballot
Here’s a fact: I didn’t care for the new Patty Jenkins film, Wonder Woman 1984, at all. Here’s another fact: My good friend and film critic colleague, Max Foizey, happened … Continue reading For film critics, disagreement should only be the beginning of a lovely movie friendship
Do you ever sit there and wonder, “what did Buffa think of that movie,” yet you can’t find my review? Or maybe you don’t need 1,000 words on whether or … Continue reading The Dose Dispatch Returns! The movie review fast lane is back
Thomas Lister Jr. made a very small, some would even say tiny, part shine. While that’s not why he developed the nickname, “Tiny,” Lister carried that signature trait throughout his … Continue reading Rest in Peace, Deebo
No, I am not going to write Ryan Gosling’s biography.
Some endings are sad and pathetic. The finality of it all overwhelms the person, encasing them in angry grief for days. A pity unlike no other takes over and well, … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Entertainment Segment, Episode #84: The final hour on 590 The Fan
I think Clint Eastwood could kick your ass. Mine as well. Call it assurance with history and perspective thrown in. A wonderful film critic by the name of Will tweeted … Continue reading Director Brawl! Who wins a fight between Eastwood, Scorsese, and Ridley Scott?
Sometimes, the work should be left on the page. It can be a comic book spin that created a new world of characters outside the beloved ones, translating the magic … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Entertainment Segment Episode #76: Charles Dickens film tales, ‘Cobra Kai’, and bad X-Men spin-offs
Some actors like to show up on set and make some magic and a little bit of money. They don’t stretch outside the realm of their original ability, and make … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Entertainment Segment, Episode #75: Russell Crowe goes for broke in ‘Unhinged’
Stallone fought for Rocky, which went on to produce eight films and multiple Oscar nominations.
If looks could kill, this film would already be a surefire hit