Originally slated for a theatrical release, Disney made the decision to go with Noelle as the first live-action, original movie for their Disney+ streaming service. With the service launching on November 12th, it was definitely a good decision by Disney because November and December are months when folks like to watch Christmas movies. Also a good decision because Anna Kendrick brings some name value to the service's first original film, and also because Noelle is better suited for at home streaming than it is a movie theater.
John Kodera, Deputy President of Sony Interactive Entertainment, took to the PlayStation Blog yesterday to announce that PlayStation Vue will shut down on January 30, 2020. Over four years ago, we made a bold decision to change the rules and revolutionize the traditional TV-viewing experience in the U.S. with PlayStation Vue. We set the bar … Continue reading Sony Shutting Down PlayStation Vue on January 30th
In the grand scheme of music history Richie Valens, or Valenzuela (Lou Diamond Phillips) was a minor figure in music history, and his biggest claim to fame is that he died in the same plane crash that took the life of Buddy Holly and the Big Bopper, but his story is such a great … Continue reading La Bamba (1987) Review
Netflix has announced the fourth season of Stranger Things with a teaser trailer that also lets us know "we're not in Hawkins anymore." You can check out the teaser below from the Instagram of show Executive Producer/Director Shawn Levy. No date was given for the new season's launch. https://www.instagram.com/p/B3CpxcEHGAY/ Netflix also revealed that they have … Continue reading Netflix Announces Season 4 of Stranger Things
Nick Wild is a Las Vegas bodyguard with a gambling addiction, and an action movie hero addiction as well. Dreaming of escaping this seedy world so he can sail a yacht around Corsica, he earns money through cutesy side jobs like helping losers get laid by letting them beat him up in front of their … Continue reading Wild Card (2015) Review
Whoa, finally a nostalgic revival that I can get behind is happening. Word came out yesterday that Nash Bridges is being revived by USA Network and Village Roadshow for a two-hour TV special. The hope here is that the revival will lead to series return of some kind. While Nash originally aired on CBS, it … Continue reading Nash Bridges Is Being Revived For USA Special
Sad news today as Doris Day, legendary singer and actress from the Golden Age, has passed away at the age of 97. Doris reportedly died from complications of pneumonia according to the Doris Day Foundation. The 97-year-old was said to be in excellent health until she came down with the illness. Doris Day was a … Continue reading Legendary Doris Day Passes Away at 97
I’ve seen plenty of movies which required its audience to turn off their brain. ‘Backfire’ (2017) is one of a select few that also requires them to turn off their souls. Note: their brains should still be turned off as well. I had moderate hopes for a mid-level shoot em' up based on a promising … Continue reading Backfire (2017) Review
Liam Neeson, as I have stated before, is my jam. If Robert Mitchum or Charles Bronson were still around I would have a harder choice, but since they’re not, Liam is the undisputed king of my favorite hard asses. Ed Harris is also up there, and this movie brings the two of them together as … Continue reading Run All Night Review
The first teaser trailer for Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix, has been unleashed and it's looking really good. Check out the trailer below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e2E1aBQ5yA0 Joker tells the origin story of everyone's favorite Batman villain, and it hits theaters on October 4th.