Say it with me now: “Oh yes, there will be snubs.” Continue reading Our Very Early Oscar Predictions
But it doesn’t matter who won the debate (Hint: It wasn’t who mainstream media told you it was) Continue reading Progressive Presidential Power Rankings VI
Remember, it’s still pretty early. Not even the Academy knows who their nominees will be, so we’ll do our best. Continue reading Our Very, Very Early Oscar Predictions
Phoenix plays Arthur Fleck, he is a street performer who dresses as a clown. It’s a rough business…Plus there’s one big problem: He’s got a disease that forces him to laugh out of context. Continue reading “Joker” Gets The Last Laugh
Ahh, the 90’s.
What a time they were.
Seems so very long ago, and it was, almost 30 years. Continue reading 10 Awesome 90’s TV Shows That Deserve A Comeback
The movie focuses on the financial crash of 2008, and what everyone did to get by. But it’s no secret the strippers were hit pretty hard. Most of their clientele came from Wall Street, who had no problem spending a hefty sum on lap dances. Continue reading “Hustlers”: Come For The T&A, Stay For The Heart and Soul
As with all Presidential debates, it was way too long, way too scripted, way too bogged down, and took a lot to keep people’s attention Continue reading Progressive Presidential Power Rankings V
So taking everything the critics have said into consideration and all the films we’ve seen throughout the year, we’re looking at a few races to guess how the fields will shake out. Remember this is very (very, very) early, so don’t quote us. However, if it turns out we were right, then definitely quote us. Continue reading Our Very, Very, Very Early Oscar Predictions
During the hour long set, Dave pokes fun at everyone from Anthony Bourdain to opioid users to “the alphabet people” and gives courageous defenses of “cancelled” celebrities like Louis C.K, Michael Jackson and Kevin Hart. Continue reading “Sticks and Stones” Will Break Your Bones, But Words Should Never Hurt You
You’re on the cusp of adulthood, just in between innocence and cynicism, and all you want to do is prove to everyone how big you actually are. Continue reading Boys Will (Hopefully) Be “Good Boys”