For months, I’ve anticipated last week’s premiere of a new HBO show called “We Are Who We Are” from Italian director Luca Guadagnino, who is probably best known for the film “Call Me By Your Name”, which stars Timothee Chalamet and Armie Hammer. 734 more words
No I’m not posting a Good Charlotte video. That’s for next week.
I am currently in the middle of a rewatch of Succession. I am fascinated by the obscenely wealthy and the way they live their lives, both in the real world and the one’s that reside in the magic box on my wall. 317 more words
Alex Gibney's 'Agents of Chaos' Tries Gamely to Make Sense of Russian Election Interference: TV Review
Connecting the seemingly infinite threads of online trolling, Russian subterfuge and the astonishing evolution of American politics has become a favorite past-time of impassioned intellectuals raging against the Trump administration. 735 more words
It’s Tom’s bachelor party, and it’s a long dark night of the soul for the Roy boys. Even in its title, ‘Prague’ is a broken promise, the destination that the guys were expecting which has been replaced for entirely selfish reasons with a one-night party in New York. 891 more words
Familiile dintr-o bază militară americană, din Italia se confruntă cu dragostea, datoria și identitatea într-un loc în care guvernează conformitatea.Noi, cei adevărați (HBO)
„Am fost o mulțime de chestii”, recunoaște soția unui soldat Jenny (Faith Alabi). 770 more words