Movie Review – The Gentlemen

Movie Review – The Gentlemen

We're obviously early in, but I already have my favorite film of 2020 thus far. I LOVE a character driven story, and Guy Ritchie is a filmmaker that really shines when he does these kinds of films.'Lock,...

So, How Orange is the Donald’s Face Really?

So, How Orange is the Donald’s Face Really?

Let’s take a closer look at how color saturation and other features in Photoshop might have been used to spawn the latest Presidential meme. If any of you are interested in an orange face you can pick up...

Netflix Review – Messiah

by | Jan 6, 2020 | Entertainment News, Netflix Review

Netflix Review – Messiah

by | Jan 6, 2020 | Entertainment News, Netflix Review

What if The Jeezo or someone like The Jeezo appeared now?
How do you think that might play out?

A man who claims he speaks for God.
Demands kindness for the poor and for refugees.
Demands an end to all military occupations and aggression.
A man who travels freely without proper documentation.
A man who is from the Middle East.

How do you think that would go?

Which of the two ‘sides’ do you think would embrace him, and which would attempt to put a stop to him?

These are the questions that Netflix’s ‘Messiah’ asks, and they ask them brilliantly.
Over the course of the entire series, we the viewer can’t be sure if he’s a conman or a savior. All we see is that he accepts everything that happens as…God’s will.
All while he asks questions like “Who do you wish to be?” and “What is your purpose here?”.

‘Messiah’ is a brilliant examination of who we are, what we believe, and what we want to believe.
It holds a mirror up to our society, and it does it while maintaining an interesting and compelling tale that constantly has you changing your mind as to what’s really happening until the very end.

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Podcast Review – Your Own Backyard

Podcast Review – Your Own Backyard

So I eventually landed on this podcast today. It's the story of the disappearance and clear murder of Kristin Smart in 1996. Now, it's rather infuriating because it's abundantly clear who killed her, but...

Shamokin Must Be a MAGICAL Place to Live

Shamokin Must Be a MAGICAL Place to Live

This was JUST brought to my attention last night, but you may have seen it before. Imagine a town so bereft of anything culturally relevant, that a Dunkin' DoNITS being temporarily closed could cause this...