Lisa Prince is a badass. Plain and simple. This also means Kiele Sanchez, the actress who portrays Prince, is also a badass. “Kingdom” fans know what I’m talking about. The … Continue reading Why Kiele Sanchez’s Lisa Prince was the real boss of Navy Street on ‘Kingdom’
The best kept secret on a great show.
If you know anything about mixed martial arts, you know that Greg Jackson is the Godfather of the practice. One of the original practitioners of getting punched and asking for … Continue reading Greg Jackson on what ‘Kingdom’ got right about MMA: How much their personal life affects event performance
Nick Jonas playing an MMA fighter didn’t exactly land right off the tongue. As his co-star, Paul Walter Hauser, would say, it was more of a mad lib than true … Continue reading Why Nick Jonas was the secret weapon in Byron Balasco’s ‘Kingdom’
Music can elevate drama. At its best, a score or a precisely selected song can turn a powerful moment in a television show or movie into something even more profound … Continue reading How the ‘Kingdom’ soundtrack turned a great show into an all timer
Sometimes, you just need to watch a movie that doesn’t make sense and has a couple cringeworthy moments, yet makes you relax and laugh at the same time. Now, Netflix … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Entertainment Segment #74: Netflix’s ‘Project Power’ is a fun pandemic diversion
Liz Feldman’s show mixes comedy and drama quite well
Tyler Rake (Chris Hemsworth) is the kind of tough guy who wakes up from an afternoon snooze, takes a pull from his beer, and proceeds to jump hundreds of feet … Continue reading ‘Extraction’ proves that Chris Hemsworth is the real deal
Every week on The Large Morning Show in the Afternoon, there’s a fine assortment of entertainment recommendations. Right off the bat, Frank O. Pinion hits me with his opinions on … Continue reading The Frank O. Pinion Entertainment Segment: Episode #57: ‘Sons of Anarchy’, ‘Brews Brothers’ reviews
I thought I had seen everything Martin Scorsese could do as a filmmaker–and then I saw “The Irishman.” He’s rewritten the book on powerful epic cinematic experiences once again, showing … Continue reading ‘The Irishman’ proves Martin Scorsese can still surprise us
In the opening moments of Joe Lynch’s Point Blank, a man with no name (Frank Grill) crashes and falls out of a house, running away wounded with a gun in … Continue reading Netflix’s ‘Point Blank’ is punk rock cinema at its finest
Here’s an erection-inducing trailer.