Lady Bird is a magnificent, extraordinary work of complex emotion and authentic sincerity. Shame that its Home Video release doesn’t do it justice. Advertisements
People still love dinosaurs, the Day of the Soldado is surprisingly profitable, Uncle Drew nets a three-pointer, Leave No Trace does exactly that, and Other Box Office News.
With album #8, The Now Now, inbound, let’s rank the complete discography of the world’s most successful virtual band.
People. Fucking. Love. Dinosaurs. And Other Box Office News.
Primarily because, not in spite of, the fact that it doesn’t try to reinvent the wheel, Ocean’s 8 is a damn fun heist flick that’s quietly revelatory.
Because, like, seriously, what the hell was that?
Ocean’s 8 rocks a money suit, Hereditary puts down unstable roots, nobody’s checking in to the Hotel Artemis, a LOT of people want to be Mr. Rogers’ Neighbor, and Other Box Office News.
It can’t quite shake its obvious theatrical origins, but Journey’s End remains a compelling and occasionally haunting watch thanks to a litany of outstanding performances.
Loveless is a bleak, entrancing, and blunt examination of domestic uncivility.
Adrift sinks, Action Point gets shut down, Upgrade is more a minor patch, American Animals steals any “steals” pun reserved for Ocean’s 8 next week, and Other Box Office News.