One of the many cool things about Dungeons & Dragons is the unlimited number of tales and scenarios the tabletop game facilitates. An exercise of imagination and storytelling, no two campaigns are the same and there are very few things a player cannot do. Knowing this, I was a bit[Read More…]
T.J. Reid leaves his review of Antione Fuqua’s “Emancipation,” starring Will Smith, on Apple TV+.
TJ Reid gives his review of Ron Howards telling of the story of the rescue of the youth soccer team rescued from a Thai cave in 2018.
“A person is smart. People are dumb, panicky, dangerous animals.” A great line from Men in Black that has always been true, no matter how far back we reach in our history.
TJ Reid offers up his review on the latest entry in the Star Wars universe, Andor.
The Addams Family gets a new iteration in Netflix’s Wednesday, where the titular character and her morbid family are the only interesting things.
A review of Roald Dahl’s Matilda the Musical, on Netflix
TJ Reid review’s James Cameron’s Avatar: Way of Water
There have been a few films that I have seen over the years that I was not even aware were considered black comedies until I looked them up on Wikipedia long after the fact, and I am never sure if this is because the ratio was off or if I just wasn’t dialed into the humor for whatever reason. On the Count of Three has a good deal of this unevenness, but it has even more moments where the balance is pretty darn good.
By TJ REID For the Keizertimes The first time I ever truly felt old was the day I realized that I didn’t recognize any of the songs Weird Al Yankovic was parodying on his last album, 2014’s Mandatory Fun. Taking something serious and replacing it with something silly while treating[Read More…]