By J.D. ECARMA The biblical story of “Jonah and the whale” has become part of popular culture, ranking up there with Adam and Eve’s remarkable apple. Jonah, a prophet ordered to bring a message...
Love it or hate it, “Mother!” is actually an allegory that uses some gruesome scenes and a stylized, over-the-top version of key passages in the Bible to tell a story about climate change.
Whatever country star turned pop icon Taylor Swift does, it seems to be termed “problematic” in some way, whether it’s announcing a new album, releasing a new single, or even demanding justice for herself in an assault and battery trial and using her victory to bring attention to a nonprofit helping rape survivors.
We are all too willing to trade freedom for convenience, just as long as we feel safe and entertained.
If you’ve been considering embarking on a Netflix journey with any of these shows, here’s where I recommend starting:
“Don’t Think Twice” is a lovely little film from the creative mind (and comic’s heart) of Mike Birbligia, a comedian and actor who clearly drew on his own experience to write and direct.
Credit: BBC via Netflix Matthew Hockman, known on Twitter as @matthops82, joins us to talk about TV shows and what life outside of Twitter is like—as well as what Twitter looks like now to...
Serkis is the most important actor in movies in the last 15 years.
“This guy doesn’t know what a lime is.”
By J.D. ECARMA A scene in season 2 of Netflix’s “Master of None” sums up the American dream: being able to buy travel-sized shampoo and Vaseline. In the second season of Aziz Ansari’s semi-autobiographical Netflix...