It’s been a big movie weekend, gang. or rather, a specific movie: nightmare alleyAnd The new psychological thriller from the beloved Guillermo del Toro horror film starring Bradley Cooper and Cate Blanchett. Air conditioning 1946 A novel by William Lindsey Grisham It received mostly positive reviews, although it didn’t quite set the world on fire. box office wise. What it excels at are the things del Toro films have always tended to stand out in: excellent music and design, great directing, and a direction that makes everything look so magical even when it veers into truly flawed territory. Although we haven’t reviewed it, we I did See how it compares Del Toro’s previous work And I found it to be at the top level of what is a really good track record overall.
Then again, given how the pandemic has suddenly taken a very bad sharp turn SNL It had to Run on a skeleton crew Hopefully at the end of this week, Perhaps you choose to relax at home. If you don’t choose to catch up hook Before the final on Wednesday, you may have decided to open Netflix and Toss your point of view the witcher Henry Cavill. The second season was a huge success, and appears to be a stronger and less temporally disruptive adaptation of Andrei Sapkowsky’s fantasy novels. It’s a good thing too, given that Netflix is on that property: along with Season 3 that’s pretty good too. nightmare wolf A movie from early this year, they’re doing a prequel with Michelle Yeoh, and A secondary component that focuses on children In preparation. (Yes really.)
These seem like two good ways to spend the weekend, and we want to hear about them. (Tag spoilers if it gets your mind, as always.) By 2022, I think channels will be split open between specific topics like this, and “what pop culture have you consumed” at the end of the month, like what we did about it end of november. If this sounds like a sound strategy, talk about it in the comments below as well.
Oh, and tell us what you think about it Spider Man Movie. I’ve heard a lot of people think it’s a very good thing.
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