Catherine Keener

  • SICARIO: DAY OF THE SOLDADO 1

    SICARIO: DAY OF THE SOLDADO

    SICARIO: DAY OF THE SOLDADO REVIEWED RATHER FAST “Sicaro: Day of the Soldado” is an interesting sequel to Sicario. Choosing to focus on the scene-stealing Benecio Del Toro felt smart. However, certain viewers still had trouble with a border film like this existing in the current political climate. If...
  • INCREDIBLES 2, THE 3

    INCREDIBLES 2, THE

    THE INCREDIBLES 2 REVIEWED “The Incredibles 2” is an incredibly loaded film. But, most of you probably wouldn’t know. The general train of thought coming out of the film has been nostalgia mixed with Jack Jack adoration. Those people are dumb. Brad Bird again brings his complicated adoration of...
  • GET OUT 5

    GET OUT

    GET OUT REVIEWED “Get Out” accomplishes so damn much that it took me a week to process it. What Jordan Peele has done is blend racial fiction conventions with social commentary by way of genre expectations. Harkening back to a period of paranoia horror that reaches its highest point...
  • Show Me A Hero on Digital HD, Blu-ray and DVD 7

    Show Me A Hero on Digital HD, Blu-ray and DVD

    Emmy® winner David Simon is famous for using his trained journalist’s eye to create compelling shows that shine a light on political corruption and the power of community (HBO® series The Wire® and Treme®). His latest offering, the HBO miniseries Show Me a Hero, uses an all-star cast and...
  • LIVING IN OBLIVION: 20TH ANNIVERSARY 9

    LIVING IN OBLIVION: 20TH ANNIVERSARY

    ”Living in...
  • ACCIDENTAL LOVE 11

    ACCIDENTAL LOVE

    ”Accidental Love” is a film that we talked on the podcast for a bit. I was fascinated by how David O’ Russell abandoned the movie due to the lead-up to “The Fighter”. Was it that bad? I loved the original novel by Kristin Gore and the...