Tagged: diandra recommends
Have you ever wanted to watch a show that complains as much as you do? Then try this anime.
ParaNorman is an excellent 3D stop-motion film from Laika, the same creators of also awesome Coraline.
Warrior stands out strongly because it succeeds at respecting the mixed martial arts sport and telling a good story at the same time.
Benh Zeitlin’s debut isn’t quite the masterpiece that everyone makes it out to be, but instead a mixed bag of good and bad ideas helped along by solid performances.
Christoper Nolan ends the Batman saga in typically epic fashion.
A bitter Filipino-American gay man exploits Orientalism for revenge and monetary gain.
The intrigue and destruction of A Song of Ice and Fire continues with the best installment since A Game of Thrones.
Joss Whedon and Drew Goddard bring us The Cabin in the Woods, an addition to the horror genre that is part masterpiece and part commentary.
The culmination of years of work that started back in 2008 with Iron Man (and Robert Downey, Jr.). It was very important that Marvel got this right. And oh boy, they certainly did!
What Makes Sammy Run? is a 1941 novel by Budd Schulberg, adapted by the author and his brother Stuart Schulberg into two episodes of the drama program Sunday Showcase in 1959. It chronicles the rise of ruthless “human dynamo” Sammy Glick, who steals work and tramples people in his path to success.