Write All Nite’s coverage of Tom Hardy’s career continues with:
Fellow geese, let’s gander at how the powers-that-be have shlock-cast Rose Byrne — one of our most spastically-gifted comedic actors working today — since her triumvirate breakout in Insidious, Bridesmaids, and Neighbors.
A double feature where the connections between the pieces of art are too numerous and incidental to justify elucidating, but still amusing for the seven of us who’ve seen both:
Though satires predominately revel in tomfoolery, the genre can reveal core truths regarding what’s being satirized that often require the hysterical (both meanings) amplification of their bombasticity to detect.
Would you like some programming advice for your home-viewing pleasure, and perhaps some thematic queries to consider along the way?
Fritz Lang’s M elevates the procedural genre by understanding that the particularities of the central case are not the main source of interest for such stories.
My recap of the 2019-2020 theatre season:
My picks for the 2020 Pulitzer Prize for Drama: