Tag: John David Washington

Malcolm & Marie (2021) Review

Malcolm & Marie (2021) Review

MALCOLM & MARIE (L-R): ZENDAYA as MARIE, JOHN DAVID WASHINGTON as MALCOLM. DOMINIC MILLER/NETFLIX © 2021 Returning home from an awards show, filmmaker Malcolm and his girlfriend, Marie, play into their deepest insecurities, leaving their relationship reeling. For the most part, the film itself plays out in real-time, emphasized by the number of long takes, and … Continue reading Malcolm & Marie (2021) Review

Netflix Original Film: Malcolm & Marie Review

https://youtu.be/Xq__13FKnuw Directed and Written by Sam Levinson Starring: Zendaya and John David Washington Release Date: Available now on Netflix Plot: A director and his girlfriend's relationship is tested after they return home from his movie premiere and await critics' responses.

Protagoneil – Is Tenet a Love Story?

Protagoneil – Is Tenet a Love Story?

I know most people, myself included, went to see Tenet in a theater expecting the action blockbuster of the year. Yes, this is perhaps what we saw, but was it also a love story? After seeing Tenet, all I wanted to do was read about and talk about Tenet; so naturally, I was on Twitter … Continue reading Protagoneil – Is Tenet a Love Story?

What I Watched This Weekend (Sept. 8th)

What I Watched This Weekend (Sept. 8th)

Weekly I give you my What to Watch This Weekend piece, where you can check it out here, but I wanted to start a new series where I breakdown the things I watched in the previous weekend. I will share each film that I watched during the weekend, give a little review, and an overall … Continue reading What I Watched This Weekend (Sept. 8th)

Tenet: Not a Review, but a Love Letter to Neil

Tenet: Not a Review, but a Love Letter to Neil

I, like many, safely went out to a theater to see Tenet. I live in Los Angeles and did drive a few hours to accomplish going to an open movie theater, as theaters are not open in my area yet. Yes, I enjoyed Tenet despite some issues I had with the script, but it wasn’t … Continue reading Tenet: Not a Review, but a Love Letter to Neil