Tag: Film

You Will Never See Silicon Valley the Same After Watching This Documentary

Whether we're talking about Silicon Valley, Silicon Slopes, Wall Streets, or even the Bahamas, many ambitious entrepreneurs in this day of age have the mentality of "fake it till you make it." Whether we're talking about faking the success to faking your startup's success and taking that further by faking your product and its capabilities, … Continue reading You Will Never See Silicon Valley the Same After Watching This Documentary

20 Years of Best Supporting Actress Ranked

I was sitting there doing one of our Oscar Podcast and was like: 'You know what would be a good idea?' Ranking the last twenty years of winners from the Academy. So today, I kick off this weekly series with the Best Supporting Actress Category. RankActressMovie1Lupita Nyong'o12 Years a Slave2Catherine Zeta-JonesChicago3Mo'NiquePrecious4Allison JanneyI, Tonya5Viola DavisFences6Regina KingIf … Continue reading 20 Years of Best Supporting Actress Ranked

2009 Oscars Revisited

2009 Oscars Revisited

The Oscars never seem to get it right, well here at the MCDI, we aim to rectify the mistakes of the Academy. So we kicked off a new series in which we re-nominated and re-award the Oscars. Today we are tackling the 2009 Oscars. You can listen to the full show here: Panel for the … Continue reading 2009 Oscars Revisited

‘An Education’ Review

‘An Education’ Review

After years of reading positive reviews for An Education, especially the forever underrated Carey Mulligan, I decided to finally give in and watch it. To preface, I love romantic period dramas similar to this film, so I was supremely surprised to be so conflicted once the credits started rolling. The cast is stacked with two … Continue reading ‘An Education’ Review

The Nest Review

The Nest Review

Life for an entrepreneur and his American family begin to take a twisted turn after moving into an English country manor. In the first place, we learn early on that this relationship isn't rainbows and butterflies, Rory (Jude Law) isn't happy with the current dynamic of where they are in life, and Allison (Carrie Coon) … Continue reading The Nest Review