The Culture High offers up a measured and fact-based conversation on the prohibition of marijuana. Rather than being merely a shout for legalization, it reveals the troubling societal ramifications of misinformation and vilification, presenting a logical argument for decriminalization. It deserves to be seen by everyone and perhaps must be seen by those that ardently demonize its subject’s existence. Head to Next Projection for my review.
Yesterday’s News on Next Projection with stories on Will Smith, Tom Hardy, and Margot Robbie reportedly circling Suicide Squad and NBC gives put pilot commitment to remake of The IT Crowd from Bill Lawrence, Neil Goldman, and Garrett Donovan.
Projecting on Next Projection with pieces on the topics of how the internet slowed things down enough for us to consume television on our own terms, the need for editing awards in the coming awards season, deep heartbreak over what The New Beverly Cinema is becoming, and Pulp Fiction through the lens of postmodernism.
Yesterday’s News on Next Projection with stories on Neil Patrick Harris tapped to host this year’s Oscars and HBO to launch stand-alone over-the-top service in the US next year.
Projecting on Next Projection with pieces on the topics of the importance of fashion in Pulp Fiction, what made Michael Mann’s Collateral great, the strange visions of America depicted in a crop of crap cinema from middle-aged white guys, and the importance of diversity in children’s television.
Yesterday’s News on Next Projection with stories on Javier Bardem in early talks to take on villainous role in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, Chris Rock to host November 1 episode of Saturday Night Live with musical guest Prince, and new trailers.
Projecting on Next Projection with pieces on the topics of more data transparency in the film industry for the betterment of content, taking issue with the negative attitude leveled at the ongoing switch to digital projection, The Blair Witch Project’s success through measured trickery, and the rapidly degrading quality of AMC Fear Fest.
Projecting on Next Projection with pieces on the topics of how Angel might be better than Buffy the Vampire Slayer, how difficult cutting the cable cord actually is from direct experience, the history of film pre-reaction and the need for a change, and the origins of the sitcom laugh track and its continued relevancy.
No matter how many times Good People tricked me into thinking it would get better, it stayed just as formulaic and mediocre. Head to Next Projection for my review.
The Two Faces of January is little more than a competent thriller that is not up to the caliber of its male leads. Head to Next Projection for my full review.