Streaming at Home: ‘Where the Crawdads Sing’ Reminices on the Courtroom Melodrama

As eras of entertainment change, so do the preferences of audiences. However, the studio system has seemingly made a choice in the past decade: high risk for high gains. Superhero films and franchise IP represent the bulk of our big-budget releases, yet only some reach their financial potential. While a billion-dollar grosser sounds good on … Continue reading Streaming at Home: ‘Where the Crawdads Sing’ Reminices on the Courtroom Melodrama

Review: ‘Triangle of Sadness’ Lays on the Satire Thick, Even When the Joke is Obvious

For eons, storytellers have found humor in poking fun at the most privileged in our society. While there has always been entertainment for the rich, satire and comedy found themselves more relatable to mass audiences when they mocked high society. At a certain point, the clothes and beauty become too extravagant. Directed Ruben Östlund turns … Continue reading Review: ‘Triangle of Sadness’ Lays on the Satire Thick, Even When the Joke is Obvious