My 2 Cents on Together Together

What’s new, everybody? If you’re searching for a thoughtfully intimate story that boils down to the potency of platonic love, look no further than Together Together, the 2021 dramedy from writer-director Nikole Beckwith (she made her feature directorial debut with the 2019 Saoirse Ronan-starring drama Stockholm, Pennsylvania) about the joys, the burdens, and everything in between being … Continue reading My 2 Cents on Together Together

My 2 Cents on Apple TV+’s CODA

What’s new, everyone? After premiering at the 2021 Sundance Film Festival in January, CODA, the family film written and directed by Siân Heder (Netflix’s Tallulah), not only snagged the Grand Jury Prize and the Audience Award but was also acquired by Apple for $25 million. Having been highly anticipated since then, the film has remained generally beloved … Continue reading My 2 Cents on Apple TV+’s CODA

My 2 Cents on Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

What’s new, readers? As of the time that I’m posting this, Joe Biden continues to inch ahead in battleground states, but the votes aren’t finished being tallied yet. Meanwhile, Donald Trump is trying to halt the vote-counting with a desperate onslaught of litigation and apparently has no plans to concede defeat. Seriously, I can’t wait … Continue reading My 2 Cents on Borat Subsequent Moviefilm

My 2 Cents on Seinfeldia

Twenty-one years after "The Finale" aired on May 14, 1998, Seinfeld has left a remarkable legacy as a revolutionary sitcom that entertained audiences with hilarious comedy and an unprecedented insight into everyday life's inane and mundane minutiae. So it's only appropriate for something like Seinfeldia, a book written by Jennifer Keishin Armstrong (Mary and Lou … Continue reading My 2 Cents on Seinfeldia

My 2 Cents on Frasier

Frasier, which I religiously watch to this day, is one of the greatest, smartest, most emotionally compelling sitcoms ever. Created and produced by David Angell, David Lee, and Peter Casey, the Cheers spinoff revolves around pompous psychiatrist Dr. Frasier Crane (Kelsey Grammer), who moves all the way from Boston to his hometown of Seattle, Washington … Continue reading My 2 Cents on Frasier