After what seemed like a formality of a NBA season and postseason, the series NBA fans have been expecting for what seems like forever is finally about to begin this Thursday. It is the much-awaited third part of the Cavaliers and Warriors Finals. Despite three straight years of the same two teams, there has been … Continue reading Cavs-Warriors Part III
And there concludes the 2017 NBA regular season. With every new season, the wait for playoffs only has been getting longer. We know who is getting to the NBA finals, so this is just a very long consolation ladder. I know that the Cavaliers have looked quite weak in the second half of the season, … Continue reading NBA Awards
When Big Little Lies premiered about two months ago, I went in excited seeing this all-star cast. Unfortunately, the first episode left me disappointed. This is a show that initially presented itself as being about the moms in Monterey, CA, and their daily Bravo reality TV level drama shown with HBO standard production value. The … Continue reading Big Little Lies: Starts Little, Ends Big
When you think of a new age Terrence Malick film, you think of succinct, introspective narrations whispered to you. You think of the stunning wide-angle shots lit gorgeously by sunlight. You think of how beautiful even the shaky handheld shots look in his films. You think of endless collage of scenes that act as a … Continue reading Song to Song: The Malick Conundrum
Even before airing the first season finale of Legion this past Wednesday, Noah Hawley and his team of writers have created some of the best work we have seen in television. It would not be a stretch by any means to say Legion is groundbreaking. It has vastly opened the horizons of what can be … Continue reading Legion: A Complete Revelation in Superhero TV
Olivier Assayas’s latest film is a lot of things that you don’t expect it to be. Taking the title at face value, Personal Shopper could be a movie about several topics, but definitely not a film about supernatural spirits. I hesitate to call it a “ghost story” as it seems to have been termed elsewhere … Continue reading Personal Shopper: Another Assayas-Stewart Triumph
In one of the strangest and most chaotic offseasons we have seen under the Belichick era in New England, there is still one huge question left unanswered. Malcolm Butler, coming off Super Bowl heroics and establishing himself as a top 10 CB in the NFL after being undrafted, is now looking for his big payday. … Continue reading The Butler Situation
During his appearance on the Tonight Show, Bill Belichick finally got a word in after Jimmy Fallon went on gushing for 5 minutes straight. Belichick was asked what do you say to Falcons fans after such a loss. Belichick responded with “I mean it’s tough, I don’t think you ever get over them. They are … Continue reading Up Next For the Falcons and Can They Avoid the Fate of Past Super Bowl Losers?