The Irishman Review: An Almost Perfect Piece Of Pure Cinema

Knowing the industry’s hostile reaction to Netflix, it is difficult to tell if this film will get the award recognition it deserves but The Irishman is a film that will top list not only for 2019 but the entire 2010s. … More The Irishman Review: An Almost Perfect Piece Of Pure Cinema

I, Tonya Review: A Pop Culture Villain Turned Anti-Hero

Screenwriter Steven Rogers tells a story about Harding that has rarely been told, and we end up sympathizing with her for the first time telling this story. When the Detroit attack happened, Harding was painted as the villain as Kerrigan was portrayed as the poor innocent girl who viciously attacked. While the attack was indeed dastardly, Kerrigan’s portrayal by the media was anything but accurate, while people were too harsh on Tonya but history is written by the victor. … More I, Tonya Review: A Pop Culture Villain Turned Anti-Hero