A few of you have caught on I’m going through my annual viewing of my all time favorite TV show. Every version of the theme is really good, but the Neville Brothers version makes me feel like… Enjoy!
Fukunaga is the auteur and Idris is the name you recognize on the poster, but ‘Beasts of No Nation’ belongs to Abraham Attah. ‘The Wire’ and ‘City of God’ both excel in showing you how children with no hope can become stone cold killers. ‘Beasts’ asks an even more somber question: ‘What if it’s complete […]
(updating Career Bucket List…) ‘Producer on a feature film before I hit 40?’ – Check. Pull off the rare ‘one for us and one for them’ at the same time? – Check. Work with a cast member from my all time favorite show The Wire ? – Check. Work on my favorite current documentary series, 30 for […]
In case any of my fellow fanboys or fangirls missed this, it’s well worth fifteen minutes of your time. And yes, this was me during the whole exchange: Enjoy!
So here’s the disclaimer, since I haven’t said this publicly in a couple years: whatever DC and/or Warner Brothers do now, I’m OK with it. The genius Christopher Nolan has already told my story better than I could have possibly imagined. Now, if I see something that I consider a Schumachery of my franchise, […]
Alright, I’ve watched the finale twice. Just my personal opinion (like everybody else), but here’s my list for the best TV dramas in this ‘Golden Age.’ 1. The Wire I’m not Whitlock, but I do agree this one still stands alone. I know even among Wire nerds I liked season 2 (the working class) more than […]
My favorite version (season 3) of the theme song of my favorite TV show of all time, prefaced in this case but one of my all time favorite metaphors for America/capitalism/life. The King stay the King…