David, Devindra, and Jeff review the newest film chapter of the Creed franchise from director and star Michael B. Jordan. This movie review celebrates ‘Creed III’ for its dedicated performances, interesting story, and, at times, anime-inspired direction. The Filmcast loves the visceral feel of the fights, but is it too much movie for one movie?
David, Devindra and Jeff review the newest movie from Marvel, the latest Ant-Man film from director Peyton Reed, ‘Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania,’ for The Filmcast. Unfortunately, this one disappoints with too much CGI that just doesn’t feel real or grounded. The story also lacks the heart and depth of the previous films and more in this movie review.
As part of the Decoding TV podcast, I’ll be doing coverage of Prime Video’s The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power with Don Marshall. Don Marshall regularly shares his knowledge of Middle Earth with his 580K+ Tiktok followers and I’m so thrilled that he’ll be providing his expertise with for this momentous show.
You can watch our breakdown of the first couple of episodes on YouTube above, or tune into the podcast version of the same.
Did everything we see in Top Gun: Maverick actually happen? Or was most of it actually a death dream that Tom Cruise’s character had right as his mind was disintegrating in the Darkstar?
I first learned about this theory from Bill Simmons’ Rewatchables podcast and an Alison Willmore piece over at Vulture. While my first reaction was to reject it as silly…I think it’s actually possible to read the film this way! In the above video, I break down the case for this theory.
The Northman is one of the most visually spectacular movies I’ve ever seen. It also feels like a weird hodgepodge of studio notes overlaid onto an art-house film. For YouTube, I was pleased to chat with Brendan Hodges about what we thought about the movie. We discuss the themes, the performances, and the incredible visuals.
Watch our conversation above! Note: Lots of SPOILERS within.
I was pleased to have the chance to chat with Myles McNutt about Severance season 1 for my YouTube channel. We discussed why this season of the show delivered the goods, what we thought about each of the character storylines, and our hopes/dreams/fears for season 2.
Kogonada’s After Yang is a gorgeous, lyrical film that asks the same questions that great sci-fi films do: What does it mean to be human? What defines us? Is it our memories, our emotions, our compassion? What is love, really, when you think about it?
For me, the film made me reflect on what it means to be Asian-American. In the video essay above, I explain why. Thanks hope you have a chance to check it out!
I’ve resisted living the Projector Life for many years but I recently gained access to an office space that had a huge white wall, so I thought: Why not give this a shot? I purchased the BenQ HT2050A for about $700 and i’ve been blown away by how good the image is (especially at this price point).
In this video review, I break down why I love this projector but also some of its limitations. Check it out!