Before I knew it, La La Land transported me away to the beautiful insanity of Los Angeles -- a city of dreamers and hopeless romantics chasing their tails and looking for a place to call home. To a place of tremendous density filled with people who would give all they can to escape gravity.
Aged actor most popular for playing superhero wearing an animal costume tries to resurrect career -- or at least stay relevant -- by going to Broadway. No, it's not a semi-autobiographical movie based on Michael Keaton's life, even if his performance is incredibly sincere and authentic. Rather, Birdman -- or the movie in which a... Continue Reading →
The problem with every Spider-Man movie thus far has been the constant rinse and repeat plot points that relentlessly drive home the point that Peter Parker has real-life problems. He's an orphan, living a lower-middle-class life with his loving and better-life-deserving Aunt May. Bitten by a radioactive spider, the brainiac Parker creates an alter-ego and... Continue Reading →