Tag: comedy

North American Film Critic Association Announces New Categories + Dates

The North American Film Critic Association had their first-ever meeting this past weekend to discuss the upcoming award season, important dates to know, and hash out any categories that are consistently overlooked by the awards season.  Important Dates to Remember One of the founders, Ricky Valero, wanted to be one of the first groups that … Continue reading North American Film Critic Association Announces New Categories + Dates

‘Turner & Hooch, Season 1, Episode 4 ‘In the Line of Fur’

For once, Turner is not immediately thrown off the case and we get to see him in action as he’s assigned to protect a highly strung judge. Meanwhile, Laura sets out on a solo mission to uncover the truth about her father’s case. There is a welcome change of pace this week and we start … Continue reading ‘Turner & Hooch, Season 1, Episode 4 ‘In the Line of Fur’

Bentonville Film Festival: “The Daphne Project” Review

Bentonville Film Festival: “The Daphne Project” Review

-Allison McCulloch 69 mins. | USA | 2021 Writer/Director/Producers: Zora Iman Crews, Alec Tibaldi The Daphne Project was a wild ride. It opened, reeking of Woody Allen's style from the opening credits, snide humor, and faux interviews. Daphne (writer/director Zora Iman Crews) is an actress who All Above Eves her way to the top (I … Continue reading Bentonville Film Festival: “The Daphne Project” Review

MCDI’s Favorite Ryan Reynolds Movies

Ryan Reynolds has been on the star path for quite a while, and he broke into national stardom with his portrayal of Deadpool. He has become a household name with hit after hit after hit. Today the team gets together and shares their favorite movies of his. Buried https://youtu.be/aRQ0oqFBoP4 One-shot movies are the hardest for … Continue reading MCDI’s Favorite Ryan Reynolds Movies

‘Queen Bees’ Review

‘Queen Bees’ Review

Once behind the doors of Pine Grove Senior Community, she encounters lusty widows, cutthroat bridge tournaments and a hotbed of bullying “mean girls” the likes of which she hasn’t encountered since high school, all of which leaves her yearning for the solitude of home. But somewhere between flower arranging and water aerobics Helen discovers that … Continue reading ‘Queen Bees’ Review