Jeremy’s Review: Spike Lee’s “Da Sweet Blood of Jesus” a Nod to Indie Roots, But Ultimately Falls Short on Execution

Spike Lee is a lot like Stanley Kubrick to me in that they are both hit or miss directors that can wow me with one film and completely lose me with another. I can’t think of two directors that can make my opinion of their work swing from liking to disliking as quickly. It’s been since Lee‘s 2002 film 25th Read More →

New & Returning to HBOGO – ‘X-Men’ ‘Young Frankenstein’ ‘The Great Gatsby’

It’s that time again! Here’s the new stuff to HBO and what’s returning. Name Expiring 12 Years a Slave 5/16/2015 A Good Woman n/a About Time 7/31/2015 Returning The Amazing Catfish 6/30/2015 Battle for Terra 5/31/2015 Returning Before Night Falls 6/30/2015 Before Sunset 6/30/2015 Returning Being Flynn 6/30/2015 Returning Best In Show n/a The Beverly Hillbillies 6/30/2015 Bogus 5/31/2015 Bull Read More →

Jeremy’s Review: ‘Touch the Wall’ Is an Awe-Inspiring Profile of Swimmers Kara Lynn Joyce and Missy Franklin Run at the 2012 Olympics + Interview with Kara Lynn Joyce & Directors Grant Barbeito and Christo Brock

Passing the torch. Rise and fall. Student bests teacher. All of these are oft repeated themes in films, especially in sports films from He Got Game to Hoop Dreams to Bull Durham. Sometimes these themes bring out the best in people, other times they bring out the worst. In a cutthroat world like sports, where ego, money and self-promotion usually trump Read More →