1883

Oh, man. 1883 was so good. I couldn’t get screenshots so am using press photos, which I don’t like to do. I try to capture the moments that made me feel. And boy – there was a whole lot of feeling, and a whole lot of crying. The acting in 1883 is pretty great. Isabel […]

Stutz

The documentary “Stutz” by Jonah Hill premiered on Netflix November 14, 2022. In it, Jonah presents the life’s work of his therapist, Phil Stutz. Dr. Stutz has one rule: you are not allowed to tell yourself anything negative. You can’t put yourself through that. His other findings throughout the film include:Radical acceptance to answer anxietyNo […]

Better Off Ted

Today’s a Sunday that I need to fit both lounging and working in. Cannot procrastinate. Deep desire to chill out. Tasks absolutely need to get done – it’s crunch time. And I have been meaning to write, write write for such a long time! Solution: A program that will move my television agenda forward (my […]

Fire Island

Happy Pride 2022! Hulu is celebrating with the premiere of “Fire Island.” This film is written by and stars Joel Kim Booster and features Bowen Yang and Margaret Cho. It’s a very funny romantic comedy that was so sweet at the end I cried. The cinematography is fantastic, the lighting team did a great job! […]

Memorial Day Weekend, 2022

Hacks The Great North I Love That For You Gentleman Jack Brene Brown: Atlas of the Heart Call Me Kat The Kids in the Hall General Hospital Girls 5eva The Time Traveler’s Wife Outlander

Peacemaker

Peacemaker is at once winsome and gruesome. James Gunn knows how to make a story serious, absurd, juvenile and deep, with a highly stylized look and fantastic score. The cinematography is notable and wonderful- I had a million screenshots and could have taken more. I enjoy television that will kill it’s darlings in a violent […]