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The Founder movie review (Quick Reviews)

I’m taking the show on the road, and again, I’m in Salt Lake City. Today I’m addressing both the good and bad points of The Founder, a movie for which I may have set expectations too high. 49 more words

Movie Review

Review in Brief: The Founder (2016)

THE FOUNDER could have easily been a shrine for brand worship, and this story of the birth of McDonald’s must have been signed off by the fast food franchise. 143 more words


Comrade Detective is my new favorite TV show and if you don't agree you're just wrong

Vanity Fair – In a hushed tone, Channing Tatum urges me to “watch as much propaganda as you can possibly find.” After a beat, he lets out a laugh—but really, he’s serious. 339 more words


Romania Vice: "Comrade Detective" Is a Truly Great Amazon Original

Comrade Detective is must-watch television with or without the satire.

Picking a new show to watch can be a daunting task when there are a gazillion possible options out there. 929 more words

Pop Culture

Humility & Manhood in Kings of Summer

King’s of Summer is a film from 2013 that is well worth watching. I imagine watching it with my son sometime late in high school. It captures the ways in which we stretch out toward manhood, fail, and find something far larger waiting for us in the reaching. 504 more words

Wildcard Wednesday: The Founder

The Founder tells the true story of how McDonalds grew from a single innovative idea to a massive franchise empire.

Michael Keaton plays Ray Kroc, a struggling businessman who happens onto the McDonalds brothers Dick and Mac (Nick Offerman and John Carroll Lynch) who partner with him to help expand their new way of serving food (The Speedee System) to new locations. 400 more words

'The Hero' doesn't do what it needs to

The Hero (2017)

Directed by Brett Haley

Known for his cowboy films from the ‘60s and ‘70s, Lee Hayden (Sam Elliot) is living his twilight years receiving lifetime achievement awards but having no luck finding real work. 511 more words