“Unbelievable” review by Alex Blake

The last year has felt like a constant barrage of news stories about politicians, celebrities, and every day people abusing their status and power resulting in the harassment and assault of women, minorities, and those disadvantaged in our social structures. While there have been moments of progress such as the success of the #MeToo movement, … Continue reading “Unbelievable” review by Alex Blake

10 Films I Didn’t See in A Theater (But Wish I Had) by Nate Blake

Those of you who’ve been following this blog for a while know that I love movies, but have a more complicated relationship with movie theaters. I won’t use this as another opportunity to air my complaints. I will say that I have experienced far more masterpieces via disc or streaming than I have through trips … Continue reading 10 Films I Didn’t See in A Theater (But Wish I Had) by Nate Blake

Nate Blake: Theaters Aren’t Doing Themselves Any Favors

Entertainment news the past few weeks has mostly focused on the film festival circuit. With the exception of another controversial killer clown, the buzziest of films debuting to rapturous praise from critics have been those submitted by streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon. The former looks to have two Oscar heavyweights on its hands: … Continue reading Nate Blake: Theaters Aren’t Doing Themselves Any Favors

“Hustlers” review by Nate Blake

"This whole country is a strip club. You got people throwing the money, and people doing the dance."-Jennifer Lopez as Ramona Hustlers is adapted from the 2015 New York magazine article titled "The Hustlers at Scores," which was written by Jessica Pressler. The film revolves around a former New York City stripper named Dorothy (Constance Wu) who tells … Continue reading “Hustlers” review by Nate Blake

“The Peanut Butter Falcon” by Nate and Alex Blake

Nate: The Peanut Butter Falcon focuses on Zak (Zack Gottsagen), a 22 year old with Down syndrome who escapes from a retirement home in North Carolina and embarks on a quest to be trained by a wrestler named The Saltwater Redneck (Thomas Haden Church). Along the way, he meets Tyler (Shia LaBeouf), a fisherman on … Continue reading “The Peanut Butter Falcon” by Nate and Alex Blake