Continuing our conversation regarding unintentional comedy (fuck artistic intentionality!), it’s high-time to finally explain the definition of a delightmare, through The Delightmare of 2019: motherfucking Serenity.
Has a movie ever adapted a Great Work of Literature by satirizing the conventions of Great Works of Literature, and their #OscarBaity translations?
Not much shines in the world of The Golden Glove, and its characters — the dregs of society — find little glove-like protection from what ails them.
Downton Abbey is typical period-piece porn, with two atypical exceptions of note:
Has Elizabeth Banks ever been cast in a role that allowed her to utilize the full range of her skills?
Art always responds, deliberately or subconsciously, to the climate in which it’s created.
Julianne Nicholson’s long overdue to get cast in an A-list star-making role she’s more than deserved for epochs.
The parents’ short-thrifted, hinted-at backstory > their offsprings’ laborious, lugubrious stories.