Outside the Wire: A Review of the Netflix Film

A not so recent trope that has plagued the film industry is a lack of originality. Of course, plenty of great films exist that are based on novels or short stories, but the rehashing that occurs today is of a different breed and seems to be on the rise. These sequels, spin-offs, and reboots continueContinue reading “Outside the Wire: A Review of the Netflix Film”

Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom: A Review of the Netflix Film

Netflix produces a lot of exclusive content, some astounding, and some less so. Certain content even has something to say, a message to present, one hopefully that resonates with the audience and doesn’t fall flat. Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom has a lot to say, which definitely caught me off guard.  From the trailer and promotionalContinue reading “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom: A Review of the Netflix Film”

Soul: A Review of the Pixar Animated Film

Soul is Pixar Animations newest feature film, one thrust into the newest era of streaming and available now and for the foreseeable future on Disney Plus. The film is a marvel of 3D animation, showing how far the medium has come and clearly displaying Pixar’s finesse with their abilities. Also on par with most ofContinue reading “Soul: A Review of the Pixar Animated Film”

The Trial of the Chicago 7: A Review of the Netflix Film

            Among the sea of Netflix content, one may run across a kernel of hope that lies in the vast mediocrity of the Netflix platform. One such film is The Trial of the Chicago 7, a 2020 Netflix original film directed by Aaron Sorkin. The film is a dramatic reenactment of the infamous 1969 trialContinue reading “The Trial of the Chicago 7: A Review of the Netflix Film”